Visiting

Lundar Golf & Country Club
Major Attractions
Community Links of Interest
Lundar Fair is 2013 Event of the Year
Location & Maps
Photo Gallery

 
RM of Coldwell
Lundar, Manitoba  Box 90, R0C 1Y0
Phone: (204) 762-5421
Fax: (204) 762-5177
Email: secretary.coldwell@mymts.net

Visiting - Major Attractions

Lundar Beach

This quiet campground in Lundar Beach Provincial Park is a family-friendly place with 26 electrical and 7 basic sites. Modern washrooms, water taps, a dump station and firewood are supplied in the campground.

Sandy beach, swimming, fishing, hiking, concession, boat launch, picnic & playground. Wheel chair accessible

Found 100 km (63 miles) north of Winnipeg on Hwy 6, turn west 19 km (12 miles) on PR 419

Ph. 204-762-5229

Giant Canada Goose Monument
Located on the East side of PTH #6.
 
Lundar Community Swimming Pool
Located on Main Street - Open from 1 pm to 9pm daily beginning in July.  Offering a variety of services including daily, weekly or seasonal passes for public swimming.  Please call 204-762-5644 for more information on all the great things offered.
 
Lundar Golf & Country Club
This is a double tee 9 hole club, 3021 front and 2958 back yard course, with relatively soft greens and generous fairways.  Located adjacent to Highway #6 on the northwest corner of town on Provincial Road 419 West. For more information, please call 204-762-5877

 
Lundar Museum
Former CNR station, the Mary Hill School, the former Notre Dame Church, farm machinery, 2 historic log houses, CN Caboose and also an Icelandic Library. Located at Railway Ave. and Main St. Open Mid June to September. In July & August ph. 204-739-0147.

Lundar Farmer’s Market
Manitoban grown produce, baking and crafts, every Friday night 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. June, July, August and September. Highway #6 right beside the Goose.

Lundar Wildlife Management Area
8500 acres of land set aside to provide a good supply of wildlife habitat. Can be used for hunting, skiing, and wildlife viewing/ birdwatching. Contact Lawrence King, ph. 204-762-5755.

Marshy Point Goose Refuge
South of Lundar on #6 highway. Land set aside for geese to have a safe place to nest, rest, etc. Open year round. Contact Lawrence King, ph. 204-762-5755.