Date: November 6
Time: 1:00 pm-3:00 pm
Organizer: Manitoba Parks
Interpretive Workshop, Birds Hill Provincial Park, MB R0E 1J3
Birds Hill Provincial Park, R0E 1J3 CA
Website: Click here to register
Learn how to use a GPS device on this high-tech scavenger hunt!
SELECT A TICKET FOR EACH MEMBER OF YOUR FAMILY/GROUP.
Walk-ups will not be accepted at this time.
Have you ever been curious how to use GPS to explore Manitoba’s stunning natural world? Have a GPS and want to improve your skills with it? If so, then this is the program for you. Join a Park Interpreter to learn how to use a GPS device, and then use your skills to complete a geocaching course. Afterwards, enjoy hot chocolate around a fire. GPS devices will be provided, but if you want to bring your own you are welcome to do so.
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Location: Interpretive Workshop, located at the end of Nimowin Road, off North Drive.
Please let us know if you require accessibility accommodations. Event presented in English. For more information, please call 204-654-6739 or email ParkInterpretation@gov.mb.ca.
Remember, vehicle permits are required year round in provincial parks. Park Vehicle Permits can be purchased and printed online at manitobaelicensing.ca or in-person at a local retailer.
Birds Hill Provincial Park is located on Treaty 1 Territory, traditional lands of the Anishinaabe and Cree, the heart of the Métis homeland.