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17 Manitoba Ice Cream Shops That Are Worth The Drive

Summer is on its way and we all know what that means, time to go for ice cream! There is no better way to beat the +30 heat than with some sweet, frozen goodness. Even though +30 seems so far off right now, it will come! So let's reminisce of our favorite childhood treats and get prepared for the sunny warm days ahead!

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I scream, you scream, we all scream for ice cream! Maybe that's why Manitoba has so many great little places that serve ice cream. Whether you stick to your favorite local places or want to try out something new, here are 17 Manitoba Ice Cream Shops That Are Worth The Drive.

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BDI // 766 Jubilee Ave, Winnipeg

The one and only! (You knew it would be on here!)

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Banana Boat // 390 Osborne St, Winnipeg

Would you really go anywhere else for a banana boat?

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The Supreme Ice Cream Shoppe // 1295 Jefferson Ave, Winnipeg

Try the halo-halo if you haven't yet! It's a Filipino ice cream like dessert.

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Khao House // 126 Sherbrook St, Winnipeg

Not an ice cream shop per se, but their ice cream is all unique and homemade so it's a must try!

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Half Moon Drive In // 6860 Henderson Hwy, Lockport

Grab your ice cream and take a walk along the water!

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Dairy Delight // 467 St. Anne's Rd, Winnipeg

Super nice owners! A great friendly place!

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Sub Zero Ice Cream // 298 Jameson Ave, Winnipeg

Your pup will thank you! They even have dog treats!

Tastee's Ice Cream & Grill // 1405 1st St, Brandon

This was one of Chrissy Troy's favorite places when she lived in Brandon!

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Sargeant Sundae // 2053 Portage Ave, Winnipeg

Top off your Assiniboine park visit with a sundae!

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Licks Ice Cream Patio // 20 Britannica Rd, Winnipeg

Also has ice cream treats for your dog! The puppy love is strong!

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Sweet Tops Ice Cream // 949 Henderson Hwy, Winnipeg

They have wicked toppings!

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Beausejour Dairy Bar // 813 Park Ave, Beausejour

Pair your ice cream with a visit to the retro bowling lanes right across the street

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Dairy-Wip Drive-In // 383 Marion St, Winnipeg

One of Winnipeg's iconic Drive-Ins!

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Nucci's Gelato // 643 Corydon Ave, Winnipeg

This list would not be complete without some Gelato!

The Park Cafe // 330 Assiniboine Park Dr, Winnipeg

Also, didn't forget the frozen yogurt lovers! The Park Cafe is here for you!

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Boon Burger // 79 Sherbrook St, Winnipeg

Or the vegan, non-dairy peeps either! Coconut soft serve!

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Cornell Creme // Made in Anola

Manitoba's own handcrafted ice cream! You can get it at various retailers throughout Manitoba.

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