Remember how cool it was to hang out in forts that you built when you were a kid? Maybe they were made outside with sticks or maybe they were made out of blankets in the living room. Either way, hideaways are the best.
Don't be fooled, though: Hideaways aren't just for kids! If you're willing to explore and embark on a little adventure, you can find some amazing secret spots. Discover hidden tunnels, caves, and water holes across Manitoba. Here are seven secret hideaways in Manitoba that you need to discover.
Clearwater Lake Caves
In Clearwater Lake Provincial Park, there are some super tall hidden caves. The massive rocks split, creating these cool crevices you can adventure through.
Hunt Lake Trail Cave
The Whiteshell Provincial Park is a long, difficult hiking trail - perfect for hardcore adventurers. The trail leads you to an amazing cave, though, which makes it totally worthwhile!
Pine Dock Hidden Caves
In the small town of Pine Dock, you can discover some enchanting hidden caves, created from crevices formed between cliffs.
Caddy Lake Tunnels
In The Whiteshell Provincial Park at Caddy Lake, you can find some super cool tunnels to canoe through! The caves were created by old railroad construction.
In Lake of the Woods, just outside of Manitoba and about 35 minutes from Kenora, is the Tunnel Island Trail that features a cool rock train tunnel.
Devil's Punch Bowl
In Spruce Woods Provincial Park, the Spirit Sands Self-Guiding Trail leads you to this eerie pool of blue-green water called "Devil's Punch Bowl."
Abandoned Water Slides
In Lockport is the old Wet'n Wild Water Slide Park. It's been abandoned for years now and is a popular spot for photographers looking to snap some cool, unique pictures.
Disclaimer: We strongly advise that before you go swimming or visit any location, you check the most recent updates on potential hazards, security, water quality, and closures. If you do plan to visit a location, respect the environment.