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Bring the tradition of picnics into your family to reconnect, taste, sip and savour your way through these 16 Yogi-approved picnic destinations in Eastman that will fill your whole summer. Visit a new community each week to taste what Eastern Manitoba is made of; comfort foods, diverse cuisines, chug-worthy drinks, delightful desserts, and so much more!

St. Pierre Jolys

Location: 57.5 km from Downtown Winnipeg.

Along the banks of the Rat River is the Francophone Village of St. Pierre Jolys. This picturesque village amazes everyone who visits with their welcoming residents, unique charm, and the various things to do.

Head on down to J’em Bistro to enjoy made from scratch (and with love) goodies and drinks. Pick up your beverages and food from this cozy gem and be prepared to be ‘wowed.’ Enjoy tasty sandwiches like chicken salad, egg salad, ham and cheddar, and BLT wraps.

While you are more than welcomed to order the usual coffee, tea, juice, milk, or pop, we suggest trying the Gourmet Iced Coffee or the Bistro Lemonade.

With their Gourmet Iced Coffee, choose a flavour shot and then top it with Chantilly cream. You’ll feel pleasantly refreshed with one sip of their Bistro Lemonade made with real fruit and fresh herbs.

To make your experience even easier, you can order online on their website. Head over to their Picnic Package Page to get the full list of their options. They have two sizes – two people or four. In both, you get your choice of sandwiches or wrap, potato or pasta salad, baked goods, and beverages.

Need some sweets? Le Routier Restaurant is just the place to go. Enjoy homemade pies, hard or soft ice cream, sundaes, Blizzards (Oreo, Skor bar, or M&M), or a Giant Homemade cinnamon bun which can be toasted and served with ice cream.

The perfect picnic destination is Parc Carillon. Featuring Walking paths, a pedestrian bridge with engraved plants, and accesses the Crow Wing Trail.

RM of Whitemouth

Location: 99 km from Downtown Winnipeg.

The Rural Municipality of Whitemouth may be small in size, but the things-to-do, community pride, and the beauty that encase this Town are immense!

From unique local businesses that make you feel like the number-one customer, rich and fascinating history, to breathtaking natural geological beauty that makes any nature enthusiast stare in awe, Whitemouth, Seven Sisters Falls, Elma and River Hills are the perfect destinations for your next picnic trip.

Friendly staff that serves with a smile, mouthwatering, too good to be true comfort foods, and only minutes away from the Seven Sisters Falls Dam; we’ve just described The Dam Restaurant!

On their menu, you’ll find a variety of options, so even the pickiest of eaters can enjoy! On Guest Favourites, you’ll find their taco salad that comes with a freshly baked or deep-fried tortilla bowl filled with lettuce, taco meat, shredded cheddar, tomato, red onion, olives and jalapenos. Also on the list is homemade fish & Chips prepared with beer-battered haddock fillet, made in-house, served with homemade fries, lemon wedge and tartar sauce. And who can say no to wings? Their Delicious meaty wings are coated in your choice of honey garlic, spicy, salt and pepper, lemon pepper, sweet chili or BBQ sauce. No wonder these are fan favourites!

Along with the favourites, there are many options like soup and salads, burgers and wraps, tasty fries, pizzas, and more!

Stop in at The Spicy Radish to pick up your sweets with items like sourdough bread, cinnamon rolls, pumpkin loaf, quiche, and daily delights that keep you coming back for more. You can also wet your whistle here. With their signature brew of iced tea, coffee, herbal tea, and a variety of canned sodas and juices, you’ll leave with the best refreshments.

The Whitemouth District Lions Club Campground is a roadside park and campground. Open to the public, anyone can take in the fantastic landscape, use the play structure, have a nice, cozy fire in one of the fire pits, and take full advantage of the picnic shelter, park benches, and picnic tables.

RM of Ritchot

Location: 34.5 km from Downtown Winnipeg.

The RM of Ritchot is a buzzing destination with tremendous communities that offer amazing experiences, fun adventures, and has diverse activities.

At Thai on 59, you can experience authentic Thai food and other south-east Asian cuisines that will ‘wow’ every taste bud. The Chef Special’s House Noodle Soup is made with homemade rice noodles cooked in an amazing chicken broth and garnished with cilantro and green onions topped off with fried garlic.

Thai Way Lo Mein is sure to satisfy your grumbling stomach. This Thai style Chow Mein is served with spice, crunchy broccoli, cauliflower, carrots, mushrooms, beef or chicken, shrimp, homemade BBQ roasted pork stir-fried in their delicious special Thai sauce. Enjoy this meaty, juicy and crunchy option. Cooked with BBQ pork, shrimp, calamari, chicken and mixed greens on a bed of crispy egg noodles, you can’t turn down the Deluxe Mee Krob.

They also offer beverages like Bubble Tea with Pearls, fresh-squeezed lemonade, Thai iced coffee, and soft drinks.

Do you have a sweet tooth? Then it’s time to head over to St. Adolphe Drive In. Offering yummy treats like gelato, sundaes in chocolate, caramel, or strawberry, and refreshing milkshakes, you can indulge in your favourite sweets.

St. Adolphe River Park is perfect for a relaxing stroll, admiring the Red River, biking down the paths, and, of course, a fun picnic. Enjoy the fresh air, the soothing views, and some family activities in the large, open area.


Located: 42 km south of downtown Winnipeg

The bustling community of Niverville is full of great activities, unique shops and restaurants, and marvellous outdoor adventures waiting for you. Not to mention it is a great place for a relaxing picnic!

For your picnic adventure, head on over to Bistro 290. This cozy, country bistro offers scrumptious soups, sandwiches, wraps, and more with their changing menu. Their Reuben is paired with hot pastrami cheese and sauerkraut on toasted bread. Or you can’t go wrong with their Spicy Chicken Wrap with chopped chicken breast tossed in buffalo sauce, lettuce, tomato, red onion, Dijon mustard, all wrapped in a toasted tortilla wrap.

Under their Grazers menu, you can go with Pulled Pork Sliders – three mini buns filled with pulled pork, BBQ Sauce and Coleslaw. Or go with the rolls! With Crispy Potato Roll (served with your choice of dipping sauce) or Chicken Spring Rolls served with Sweet Chili Sauce.

Are you jonesing for some coffee? Negash Coffee is just the place to go. With a passion for providing their customers with rich, flavorful coffee that will have you wanting every last drop. They exert the utmost care every step of the way. From the coffee fields of Ethiopia to your mouth, their beans taste just as exotic as their origins.

Yirgacheffe coffee originates in Ethiopia’s southern region of Sidamo, which is believed to be the birthplace of coffee. You can now enjoy the experience of these widely unknown beans right at home or not far from it.

Don’t forget about dessert! At Country Snacks, you can indulge in Manitoba’s best self-serve soft ice cream and twister treats. With their twists, you pick the candy, and they’ll twist it up for you. Or, if you’re feeling like having breakfast for dessert, visit Rosa’s Homemade (located in Country Snacks), where you can enjoy homemade waffles any time of the day.

After gathering all these delicious foods and drinks, you’ll need a pic destination. Hespeler Park is the perfect place. The largest park in Niverville at 91 acres, it includes over ten soccer pitches, five baseball diamonds, a splash pad, bike skills track, beach volleyball court, a large covered picnic shelter, outdoor exercise equipment, man-made and natural play structures, and a brand-new playground that represents Niverville’s rich history.

The park is also situated on a Crowing Wing Trail section (connecting Winnipeg to Emerson). It guides you through the wetlands pavilion area that was transformed from the Town’s old lagoon to the beautiful wetlands, using a process called bioremediation.

Grand Marais

Location: 100 km from Downtown Winnipeg.

Venture to Grand Marais to find your little piece of paradise! This funky beach town offers visitors plenty to do, but who can say no to a day at the beach? From roaming the shops, checking out the restaurants and bars, to simply watching the sunset, you can have the perfect mix of adventure and relaxing.

Sand Bar Motor Inn offers delicious fusion-style cuisine and comfort food that keeps you coming back for more! Their Butter Chicken with rice, vegetables, and nan won’t disappoint and will fill your belly. Their Quesadillas, cheese, or loaded options are served with salsa and sour cream and sure to hit the spot. Get a mouth full of pure heaven with their Nacho Grande, which has fried taco chips seasoned with your choice of beef or chicken, blended cheese, peppers, onions, and tomato.

You can also enjoy a variety of burgers, soups, sandwiches, pizza, and more if you’re in the mood for American cuisine that will delight your taste buds.

Are you looking to grab some coffee? Spirit Rock Café (located in Spirit Rock Inn) is just the place to go. This cozy and inviting shop provides some of the best coffee out there. Paired up with the friendly, smiling staff that will take that extra mile, and you’ve just found your new favourite coffee shop.

Top off your meal with hard or soft ice cream and other tasty goodies from Lanky’s Restaurant!

Set up your picnic at the East Beaches Heritage Wing. Outside of the building are picnic tables, and the grounds are gorgeous. After, enter the building to explore this interactive interpretive centre that is now home to artifacts, displays, and stories.

RM of Hanover

Location: 70 km from Downtown Winnipeg.

In the Rural Municipality of Hanover are incredible experiences waiting for you. Whether you want to be in nature, be transported back in time, indulge in high-quality cheese, and much more, you can find your next adventure here.

At the Patio Grill, you can grab all your picnic goodies. While you wait for your food, enjoy the family environment and helpful staff.

Feel like having some appetizers? You have your choice of battered mushrooms, mozzarella sticks, cauliflower bits, and more.

Go all out and order those poutines? Try their Patio Poutine, Perogy Poutine, or the Menno Poutine that’s made with curly fries, farmer sausage, bacon, onion, and cream gravy.

For full meals, you can’t go wrong with their Perogies and Farmer Sausage, Chicken Dinner, or their Fish and Chips.

You can even grab your treat here. Their dessert options change, but the flavour is always incredible, from Ice creams, cheesecakes, cinnamon buns, pies, and many more.

Grunthal Centennial Park is the place for a relaxing family picnic. The beautiful scenery sets the mood for your afternoon and has tons of open space for your little ones to run and play while you enjoy the shade under the sheltered picnic area.

RM of Springfield

Location: 29 km from Downtown Winnipeg.

The RM of Springfield is where you can find whatever adventure you’re craving. In their communities, you will find hours, and even days, worth of entertainment and activities.

Start your picnic off with a visit to Pineridge Hollow – where you can Taste the prairies. Supporting local growers and producers, you’ll find that their menu features the talents of their neighbouring farmers and ranchers. With these home-grown ingredients, you can taste the incredible flavours of wholesome, delicious, and comforting food.

Feel like sharing? These dishes are perfect for two! Their Rosemary and sea salt Beet Chips served with house-made goat cheese and ranch dipping sauce is out of this world!

Or try their Borderland Agriculture Bison Burgers topped with herb goat cheese, candied jalapeno, cucumber ribbons, and fresh Shallots. No judgement here if you want to eat it all by yourself.

Their Pickerel Burger is grilled with a lemon sauce, cucumber ribbons, pickled onions, fresh arugula and crispy capers, and house-cut fries. And a huge plus is that it is gluten-free!

Their Nashville fried Chicken is another great choice. A pickle and buttermilk brined bone-in fried chicken tossed in haskap honey, topped with mustard slaw and house pickles and served with house-cut fries.

Ready for dessert? Head over to The Peppercorn Restaurant for various baked goods, but their signature treats, cheesecake and Tower of Cinn, are an absolute must! Their cheesecake is a New York-style cheesecake that is slow-baked in their oven for five hours and available in various flavours. Ask your server for Today’s Selection to indulge in this mouthwatering treat.

Their Tower of Cinn is their house specialty. This melt-in-your-mouth golden fried cinnamon bun is drizzled with caramel and whipped cream.

Once you’ve picked up your food, head over to Birds Hill Provincial Park, where you can use picnic tables or bring a blanket and set up on the grass, after you are done, you can enjoy the Park’s many activities.

West Hawk Lake

Location: 157 km from Downtown Winnipeg.

Situated in Whiteshell Provincial Park is beautiful West Hawk Lake. Known for its incredible trails, tranquil crystal-clear waters, and the soothing environment that surrounds the wilderness. Fun fact time! Did you know that West Hawk Lake was formed by a meteor and reaches 111 meters (364 feet) and is the deepest lake in Manitoba?

The Hi-Point Restaurant offers customers delicious food and a friendly atmosphere that makes you feel like part of the family.

One of the local favourites is the Spicy Local. This burger is made up of 5 oz. homemade patty, topped with grilled jalapenos, cheddar cheese, mustard, mayo, lettuce, and onions. And, when requested, you can have this yummy dish gluten-free.

Or enjoy one of their wraps, sandwiches, fish, chicken, and more from their large menu.

Nite Hawk Café has been running for 50 years and three generations. You can enjoy a variety of things during your visit, but for your picnic adventure, you’ll want to pick up all your tasty dessert goodies.

With a never-ending, always-changing selection of treats, you can experience something new with each visit. See what you can get like pies, ice cream, ice cream, cookie sandwiches, banana splits, twisters, and much more.

Not to mention their sinfully good milkshakes that are a must-order option.

Now, where will you enjoy all these tasty things? The West Hawk Museum is just the place. Take in the scenic space while you chow down. After, head into the museum to learn about Whitesell’s geology, the meteorite impact crater and the area’s gold mining operations that date back to the early 1900s.


Location: 115 km from Downtown Winnipeg.

Pinawa is a beautiful resort-like community nestled along the Winnipeg River on the Whiteshell Provincial Park’s northern edge. A recreational paradise, where the white-tailed deer roam the streets, and the local residents are ready to greet you with a smile and treat you like part of the family. Pinawa provides so many wonderful outdoor recreational experiences to choose from.

At On the Water Eats, you can delight your taste buds with this family-owned and operated restaurant’s dishes. Known for their mouthwatering burgers, you have a diverse selection made up of sandwiches, hotdogs, and burgers. The fam-favourites hamburger, cheeseburger, bacon cheeseburger, chicken burger, and veggie (vegan, to be precise) burger can be found on their menu.

You can also enjoy dippers with sauce, foot-long hotdog, whistle dog, and an 8-inch hotdog!

But the must-order options are their signature items – The Knockout Burger and The Pinawa Patty Melt. The Knockout Burger has two patties, cheddar cheese, Swiss cheese, mustard, ketchup, onions, pickles, lettuce, bacon, mushrooms, and your choice of BBQ sauce or roasted garlic chili aioli.

The Pinawa Patty Melt has one patty, cheddar cheese, fried onions, homemade sauce, pickles, and Dijon Mustard.

Did you know that Pinawa Motel is more than a motel? It’s also an ice cream shop! Whether you want regular ol’ ice cream or need dairy-free, you can find it here. Some of their flavours include Donnie Darcocoa (dark chocolate, coffee), Plain Jane (vanilla, cottage cheese, honey), Prairie Barry (strawberries, white chocolate). Rocky Ricardo (milk chocolate, marshmallows, almonds), and much more!

Head over to the Pinawa Heritage Sundial to enjoy your tasty meal and delightful treats. The Pinawa Heritage Sundial is a horizontal dial stretching 10 metres square, with a gnomon 5 metres high. It is designed specifically for the site’s latitude and longitude, incorporating 12 heritage icons depicting the Eastman region, themes of the First Peoples, La Vérendrye, the fur trade, and hydroelectric power development, industry, research, as well as others. The structure teaches visitors how one of the world’s oldest timepieces is used to tell time.

RM of Emerson-Franklin

Location: 90 km from Downtown Winnipeg.

The Municipality of Emerson-Franklin is bustling with things to do. From historical sites to adventures on the water, it won’t be hard to find your next experience right here in this inviting and exciting community!

Start your picnic experience with a visit to Emerson Golf Course. Want something light? Taste the crisp romaine, creamy dressing, smoky bacon bits, house-made croutons, and parmesan cheese with their Standard Gauge Caesar salad.

Their Farmer Burger is a must-try option that won’t disappoint. Made with grilled farmer sausage, fried onions, crispy lettuce, fresh tomato, mayo, and yellow mustard, you’ll devour this sinfully delicious burger.

Did someone say pizza? Experience their pizza options or make your own. With a large variety of meat, veggies, sauces, cheeses, and even gluten-free options, you’ll find that perfect slice. Their Depot Deluxe has Italian sausage, pepperoni, red onion, green pepper, mushroom, and black olives and is sure to hit the spot. Want to try a Philly Cheese Steak pizza? Cooked with steak strips, green pepper, mushroom, red onion, and mozzarella cheese, you can enjoy a tasty meal.

Did you hear the news? Emerson Golf Course is adding a new dining experience for all to enjoy. The Poutine King Restaurant & Lounge will be coming to join the Emerson Golf Course family. Opening on May 1, visitors can enjoy a wide range of food and beverage options. Follow Emerson Golf Course to stay up to date with new information about this exciting opportunity.

The stunning Roseau River Park is the perfect place for a relaxing picnic. With baseball diamonds, fishing, canoeing, play structures, washrooms, and even unserviced camping available. Enjoy the Roseau River view, the breathtaking treed areas, and taking in the simple joy of nature.

Grand Beach

Location: 101 km from Downtown Winnipeg.

Nestled along Lake Winnipeg (Canada’s sixth largest freshwater lake) are the powdery white sand beaches and grass-topped dunes of Grand Beach. The dunes reach as high as 30 feet, and a lagoon supports many species of birds. Enjoy walking along the beach, dipping your toes in the water, taking full advantage of the hiking trails, and all your favourite water sports!

Getting hungry? Gray’s Station will hit the spot! They create the finest quality of fresh-made concession products while being committed to incorporating the freshest locally sourced ingredients, resulting in a world-class product.

Whether you’re in the mood for a juicy burger, succulent ribs, creative sandwiches, and everything else in between, you can find the thing you’re craving for here. Gray’s likes to keep you on your toes by adding new, tasty meals and treat options. But one thing is for sure. It will always taste incredible!

Also, pick up some treats while you’re there! From baked goods like cinnamon buns to refreshing sweet goodness like ice cream, you can pick up everything you need right here.

Settle down at one of the picnic tables on the beach for a picnic with a great view! After, you can enjoy splashing in the water, working on your tan, hiking Spirit Rock Trail and the Ancient Beach Trail, and much more.

Lac du Bonnet

Location: 107 km from Downtown Winnipeg.

It’s hard not to fall in love with the community of Lac du Bonnet. From the welcoming people, extraordinary nature experiences to the charming parks. Lac du Bonnet is one of the best places for a day trip to reconnect with nature and yourself.

Picnics and I Heart Coffee makes the perfect pair! Every visit is an adventure with an ever-changing menu, but the quality, taste, and love put into every dish stay the same. I Heart Coffee offers an amazing selection of daily homemade goods like soups and sandwiches that will leave you wanting more – even when you’re full!

If you’re looking for a great place to pick up your coffee, tea, or drinks, The Ladybug Café is a must-stop destination. Providing customers with specialty coffees and teas, you won’t get enough of their delicious flavours and warm, welcoming atmosphere as soon as you walk through the doors. Whether you’re in the mood for cappuccinos, espresso, iced coffee, frozen lemonade, Hershey’s freeze, or just plain-jane coffee and pop, you can experience it here.

Complete your picnic with a trip to DE’s Family Grill and Dairy Hut for hard or soft served ice cream served on the traditional cone or blended together for a Twister, Parfait, Banana Split, or other tasty frozen treats.

Leslie Park is the perfect place for a picnic! This park provides a wide variety of play structures for children of all ages, including swings, an outdoor basketball court, a flower garden, a walking trail, and playground structures.

Ste. Anne

Location: 48.4 km from Downtown Winnipeg.

You haven’t experienced beauty unless you’ve visited Ste. Anne. With the historic Dawson Trail twisting through the community and the Seine River flowing by, you and your family can spend some quality time together while surrounded by nature.

Vicky’s Drive Inn is the place to pick up your food. Vicky’s Favourite is what you should get if you are hankering for a burger. With delicious chili, double patties with bacon, mustard, onions, pickles, cheese, lettuce, tomato, and mayo, you can add a little ‘bam’ to your meal.

Who wants some Pitas? Order up their Chicken Pita or their Gyro Pita, which has lamb and pork with lettuce, tomatoes, onions, Tzatziki sauce wrapped in a warm pita.

Their menu also has salads, pasta, chicken fingers, pizza and more, so even the pickiest of eaters can find something that they will LOVE. You can also pick up some milkshakes for a yummy drink.

Timberline Restaurant and Ice Cream Shop is obviously where you should get your dessert. With soft serve ice cream, along with flurries, sundaes, banana splits and milkshakes, pies, cakes, and more, since they have an ever-changing selection, you can find that perfect treat to finish off your meal with.

Redemptoriste Park is where you and your family will sit and enjoy your picnic together. Located along the Seine River, you can take in the stunning view and fill your bellies. There is a sheltered picnic area, washroom facilities, stage, swing set, walking path and splash pad, so don’t forget to have some fun!

RM of De Salaberry

Location: 72.2 km from Downtown Winnipeg.

The Municipality of De Salaberry encompasses the communities of Otterburne, Carey, Dufrost, La Rochelle, and St. Malo, all with plenty of opportunities for some outdoor fun and a relaxing day trip or staycation.

Who’s ready for some BBQ? At Triple J’s BBQ, you can experience sinfully delicious wood-smoked BBQ like never before. Go with the classic sandwiches like brisket, pulled pork, or Cuban. Their half or full rack of ribs, two-piece chicken, brisket, Cuban, and pulled pork has the perfect balance of hearty smoked flavour yet stays delightfully moist and keeps you wanting more!

Order some wings and pair it up with sauces like honey, jalapeno honey, onion and roasted garlic, apple cider, hot, or honey garlic.

Don’t forget the sides! You can have your pick of macaroni or potato salad, coleslaw, beans, or, when in season, corn.

Finish off your picnic at Triple J’s Ice Cream Shoppe, where you can get your favourite summer treats like banana splits, hard ice cream, lactose-free soft serve (chocolate, vanilla and twist), milkshakes, and floats.

The best place to enjoy this yummy food is at the St. Malo Shrine and Grotto. St. Malo Grotto is a reproduction of the Grotto in Lourdes, France. This astonishing site is a hidden gem that will leave you awestruck by its sheer beauty. Situated by the Rat River, the site offers a peaceful experience of history and sightseeing. Lines of pews inhabit the area in dedication to people in the local area, along with stations of the cross and church atop the branched staircase.

RM of Stuartburn

Location: 115 km from Downtown Winnipeg.

The Rural Municipality of Stuartburn has many things to offer for whatever adventure you are craving to take! Travel to each community in this RM (Vita, Stuartburn, Gardenton, Sundown, and Zhoda) to get your outdoor thrills!

Eve’s is the perfect place to pick up your picnic feast. This cozy restaurant offers incredible food served with a smile. If you love pizza, you have to order here. You have your choice of thick or thin crust paired up with marinara or BBQ sauce. Or pick from their featured two, three, or extra pizzas with toppings. Tony’s two-topping pizza has marinara, mozzarella, and double pepperoni; their Veggie three-topping pizza has marinara, mozzarella, diced peppers, mushrooms, onions, and tomatoes. Or try their Deluxe pizza prepared with marinara, mozzarella, bacon, diced peppers, onion, mushrooms and pepperoni.

Not in the mood for pizza? No problem! Eva’s menu features more options that will satisfy everyone! Under their Chicken Dinners, try their Chicken Mushroom Dinner, or Chicken Strip & fries. You have your choice of Greek, Garden, or Caesar salads, and you can add crispy or grilled chicken, bacon, and regular or cheesy garlic bread.

Who doesn’t love a good burger? Devour Eva’s beef, cheese, Mozza mushrooms, crispy or grilled chicken, hamburger beef steak, or bacon cheeseburgers.

Head over to Vita Rest Stop Park to enjoy your tasty meal! Located in the heart of Vita right on Provincial Hwy 201, as you drive into Town from either west or east, you can’t miss the Vita Rest Stop. It is a five-acre site anchored by a pole shed that houses the occasional farmer’s market and includes picnic tables, outdoor workout equipment, walking paths, planters and green space.

Powerview-Pine Falls

Location: 120 km from Downtown Winnipeg.

Are you looking for a new and exciting adventure? Powerview-Pine Falls has many exciting adventures waiting for you. From fishing their fantastic lake (hello Walleye Capital of Manitoba!) to experiencing relaxation at its finest, you can spend endless hours enjoying nature and having fun.

For your picnic adventure, you’ll want to start with a visit to River Front Convenience. Whatever you’re in the mood for, you can find it here. With pizzas, burgers, footlong hotdogs, chicken fingers, fries, poutine, fresh sandwiches, and handmade perogies, you can enjoy all your favourite comfort foods.

Try out their Wraps! With options like Chicken Fingers, Caesar or Ranch, Veggie, or Sweet Chili Chicken wraps, the decision will be hard to make. Or maybe you feel like a burger? You’ll devour their burgers like their Bacon Cheeseburger, Deluxe Cheeseburger, or Mighty Matt, or you can stick to the good old-fashioned hamburger or cheeseburger.

And you’ll have to try their footlong hotdogs! Have your pick to add cheese, loaded, or bacon BBQ.

Who can say no to pizza? With a large variety of toppings like Canadian, Bacon Cheeseburger, Veggie, Chicken Pizza, and more, you can try something new or have your favourites.

Satisfy your sweet tooth at Tasty Treats. Get your fill of hard or soft-served ice cream and sundaes!

Bring all your picnic goodies to Pitre Park! Many who come to experience this Park’s many natural features are left in awe by the Park’s beauty. The Park was started and maintained by Marcel R. Pitre for the last thirty years. While visiting, you can discover numerous flowerbeds, a romantic bridge and encounter wildlife.

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