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Web Link City of Dauphin
The City of Dauphin provides the best of both worlds. With a population of about 8,500 people, it provides many of the services one would expect from a larger urban centre, yet still provides the rural lifestyle that is the dream of so many people. Dauphin invites you to leave the crime, congestion, pollution, and other urban ills behind, and bring your family to the cleaner environment, rural scenery and slower pace of life that we offer.
 
Dauphin is less than an hour's drive of Deep Blue Lake in the Duck Mountain Provincial Park, Clear Lake in Riding Mountain National Park, Rainbow Beach Provincial Park on Lake Dauphin, Lake Manitoba Narrows on Lake Manitoba, Lake of the Prairies along the Saskatchewan border, and Winnipegosis Beach on Lake Winnipegosis. In all seasons, the Dauphin area abounds with endless outdoor recreational activities such as boating, fishing, golfing, snowmobiling, hiking, biking, cross-country skiing, quading, hunting, snow-shoeing, skating and more! Other activities offered in Dauphin include curling, hockey, dance, yoga, fitness centres, taekwondo, and music lessons just to name a few.
 
From pre-school to Community College, kids in Dauphin enjoy the benefits of one of the best school divisions in the province. The Dauphin high school is fully equipped to offer a number of vocational learning options, and Assiniboine Community College continues that education into post-secondary and adult learning options.
 
Extensive health care facilities are available right in the City of Dauphin. Dauphin Medical Clinic boasts 13 family practitioners, and is located across the street from the 90-bed Dauphin Regional Health Centre.
 
Whether your view of retirement is a quiet and comfortable setting to spend your golden years in relaxation, or your view is an active and event-filled lifestyle that keeps you constantly busy, Dauphin is the ideal setting to realize your dreams. Services for seniors are plentiful in Dauphin. Four fully stocked pharmacies provide medicines and a full range of health care products. Mobility service for those with needs are readily available in Dauphin. Dauphin Seniors' Centre offers the opportunity for seniors to get involved with your peers. 
 
Dauphin is known as the "City of Festivals" during the summer months with the largest being Dauphin's Countryfest - Canada's longest running country music festival. This four day festival is held every July long weekend and features three stages for performances. Canada's National Ukrainian Festival is the second festival held annually in Dauphin and features authentic food, dance and entertainment that will delight your senses and celebrate our Ukrainian heritage. Both festivals are held at the Selo Ukraina site south of Dauphin and camping sites and facilities are available for these first class events. 
 
These are just some of the many features the City of Dauphin and the Rural Municipality of Dauphin offer and why its one of the best settings in Manitoba to raise a healthy and happy family.
 
 
Web Link Gilbert Plains

The community of Gilbert Plains is located in the valley of the Riding Mountain and Duck Mountain, nestled in the lush agricultural setting of Manitoba's Parkland. With a top-rated 18-hole golf course, campgrounds, nearby lakes for fishing and year-round sporting facilities. Step outside your door to enjoy many outdoor recreational activities such as hiking, quading, snowmobiling, hunting and cross-country skiing! The Negrych Pioneer Homestead, a nationally recognized heritage site, is located just north of the town. Gilbert Plains is an ideal place to visit, but the rich local heritage and vibrant community makes it an even better place to call home. 

Web Link Grandview


  The Town of Grandview and surrounding RM lies
  in a picturesque valley between the Duck
  Mountain  Provincial Park to the north, the Riding          Mountain Park to the south and the Asessippi
  Provincial Park to the west. Many recreational
  activities such as camping, swimming, skiing, boating, 
  fishing and wildlife watching can be enjoyed at these
  beautiful parks.

The town of Grandview offers many recreational activities locally such as curling, swimming pool, ball diamonds, 500 km of groomed snowmobile trails, hunting, dance & yoga lessons, hiking/bike trails, taekwondo, fitness centre, and much more! Grandview offers great schools, local hospital, business and employment opportunities and new housing developments. You and your family would be happy to call the town of Grandview your home.

Contact Us

Action Realty Ltd.
803 Main Street South, Dauphin, Manitoba R7N 1L8
Phone: (204) 638-8899 Fax: (204) 638-6644
Toll Free: 1-877-648-8899