Stroll into the past along the historical Pine Ridge Trail and visit the Kudlowich Homestead, the last remaining home in the park from the Pine Ridge Community, a settlement of Polish and Ukrainian settlers from the 1930s and 1940s.
A Park Interpreter will be on-site at the Homestead throughout the fall, sharing stories of how these resourceful families lived a prosperous life off the land with so little. Discover the unique history of the peoples that lived here before Birds Hill became a provincial park.
Registration not required, drop by during the times listed! Please respect and follow COVID-19 health orders and physical distancing requirements. COVID-19 information for park visitors is available at https://www.gov.mb.ca/sd/parks/covid.html
The Kudlowich Homestead is located at the west end of the Pine Ridge Trail, and can be accessed from South Drive or the Campground. Google Map: https://goo.gl/maps/mnwn8bdvoVbJ7GAv9
Programs are FREE for everyone to attend! An adult must accompany children under 12. Please let us know if you require accessibility accommodations. For more information, call the Park Interpreter’s office at 204-654-6739 or email [email protected]
Remember, park vehicle permits are required year round in provincial parks. Purchase and print your permit at home before arriving at www.manitobaelicensing.ca or in-person at a park office.