Travelers crossing Manitoba via the Trans-Canada Highway may not realize just how close they are to a magnificent beach, as it seems like the sprawling farmland stretches beyond the horizon in each direction. However, just 25 kilometers directly north of the City, on the northern fringe of the Municipality, the southern shore of Lake Manitoba rolls in on Delta Beach. An intimate population of 200 live at the shore year-round and the beach is a popular destination for day trippers and campers as well. With its newly refurbished camp sites and updated amenities 2018 is a great time to plan an overnight stay. Did you know, Delta Beach is one of Canada’s thirteen largest lakes and rates as the 33rd largest freshwater lake in the world? It’s worth a visit.
DELTA PUBLIC BEACH RULES
• No lifeguard on duty, swim at own risk.
• No open fires allowed on the beach
• Pets must be leashed at all times. Please clean up after your pets.
• No glass containers or bottles allowed.
• This is a Public Beach; alcoholic beverages are prohibited.
• On-road and off-road vehicles are not permitted on the beach or in the water. All vehicles must be parked in the designated areas.
• Place all refuse in the garbage and recycling containers provided.
• Quiet hours are from 11:00 p.m. to 7:00 a.m.
If An Emergency Arises, Please Call 911
Be Water Smart!
• Watch your children at all times. Never leave them alone in or near water.
• Ensure children are properly supervised, Weaker swimmers and young children should wear a properly-sized life jacket or personal flotation device (PFD).
• Never swim alone. Use the buddy system. Always swim with a friend and watch out for each other
• Don’t consume alcohol before or while swimming. Alcohol impairs your abilities and judgement.
• Know your swimming limitations and stay within them. Don’t try to keep up with more experienced or stronger swimmers.
Your Cooperation Is Greatly Appreciated
Enjoy Your Visit To Delta Beach