Welcome to Grindstone Park! (old)

Grindstone Park is a cottage community nestled in the beautiful wilderness located on the mainland peninsula along the west shore of Lake Winnipeg. Comprised of over 400 cottages, we are a 45 minute drive north of Riverton along Provincial Highway 8. A quick turnoff onto Grindstone Road takes you on a journey through five subdivisions all connected by scenic walking trails that are guaranteed to offer exhilarating wildlife experiences for all ages. Grindstone Park is surrounded by many Islands including Black Island, Goose Island, Deer Island, Punk and Little Punk Island and is a 20 minute boat ride to Hecla Provincial Park (offering a beautiful 18 hole golf course).

Grindstone Park offers three sandy beaches, two boat launching sights, and the famous “Grindstone General Store”. Winter activities include cross country ski trails, snowmobile trails, snowshoeing trails, walking trails and ice fishing. Once the ice melts and the temperature is right, water fanatics take to the lake to pursue their passion for boating, fishing, water skiing, and tubing. The summer months are highlighted by our very own Grindstone Days, a 30 year tradition that celebrates friends, family, and fun.

Wildlife is plentiful at Grindstone Park. Should you be lucky enough you may see moose, white tailed deer, fox, beaver, bear and otter. There are also many edible berries that can be picked, such as strawberry, raspberry, dewberry, saskatoon, and chokecherry.

We invite you to join us and explore Grindstone Park. For more information please contact info@grindstonepark.ca

2017 AGM:

Mark your calendars for the AGM. Maranatha Church. 910 Sturgeon Road. Wednesday, May 10th. Registration is at 6:30pm, AGM starts at 7pm.

  • Find out what’s new this year
  • Get your GCOA membership fees paid early
  • Meet the GCOA board members
  • Find out how you can join the board
  • Reconnect with your neighbours
  • Get ready for an awesome cottage season
  • Snacks provided

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