|Local Attractions & Things to Do
|SAM WALLER MUSEUM
The Sam Waller Museum evolved out of the vision and passion of the a naturalist and
self-confessed collector. As a result, visitors are treated to a unique museum experience
offering a variety of interpretive displays mixed with the eclectic and sometimes unusual
(a two headed calf? dressed fleas?) collections of Sam waller. Permanent displays
portray the geographical, geological, and biological elements found in the region.
The main gallery reflects cultural influences and community growth from the
pre-contact period to the present day. The museum also has exhibit space which
features travelling exhibits including a historical walking tour of The Pas. The museum
is open 7 days a week from 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.. Call (204) 623-3802 for inquiries
and group bookings. Located at 306 Fisher Ave. For more information click here.
Enjoy your favourite flick at our local theatre. The Lido Theatre features the latest
movies in a historic theatre. For movie schedules and times click here.
THE PAS REGIONAL LIBRARY
The Pas Regional Library is housed in the building originally constructed in 1929 as the
town's Powerhouse. Today the modern library is your one-stop-shop for information and
resources. The library offers approximately 30,000 volumes, public Internet service (8
stations), word processing, a wide variety of audio books, videos and reference materials. In
addition, the library offers adult programs and activities for children. The Pas Regional
Library is open Monday to Thursday from 12:00- 8:00 p.m., Friday from 12:00- 6:00 p.m.
And Saturday from 1:00 - 5:00 p.m. Phone (204) 623- 2023. Located at 53 Edwards Avenue.
For more information, click here.
Aseneskak Casino, located beside the Kikiwak Inn on the OCN, is a world-class facility
celebrating the culture and traditions of the Cree Nations. The casino features live
entertainment, quality food services, a gift shop and numerous games of chance. Open
daily from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 a.m. Located on Highway #10 at OCN. For more
information click here.
CLEARWATER LAKE PROVINCIAL PARK
The Caves Self- guiding Trail leads through a dramatic feature found along the south
shore of Clearwater Lake. Halfway around th are deep crevices that formed when rock
masses split away from shoreline cliffs. It's not unusual to find ice in the dark, cool
depths as late as July, and hardy plants that can grow in low light conditions. Please
stay on the stairs, boardwalks nd platforms that have been provided for your safety. A
trail guide is available at the trail head and/or the Campers Cove campground office.
Return distance is 0.8 km (0.5 miles). Allow 45 minutes. For more information on the
Caves, click here.
ROY H JOHNSTON ARENA & WELLNESS CENTRE
Home to The Pas Huskies and The Pas Minor Hockey, the arena has ongoing sporting events
for the entire family. The newly-opened wellness centre is a state-of-the-art facility that
boasts a variety of equipment, programs, and services.
Opasquia Tours offers a unique opportunity to experience the history of The Pas, OCN, and
Cost is $20 for Adults and $15 for Children under 14. Tours are available Monday to Friday
at 7:00 p.m. and Saturday and Sunday at 2:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m.
For more information click here.
WORLD CLASS FISHING EXCURSIONS
The abundance of water in the area ensures The Pas region is a natural destination for
some of the best fishing opportunities in both summer and winter.
Angling is generally good year-round, with the trout population spread throughout the
lake in spring and fall, and in deeper holes during summer. In addition to lake trout,
catches include northern pike and whitefish. During winter, ice fishing for these species
and burbot is very popular. Consult the provincial angling guide for current and specific
regulations, seasons and limits. Click here for more info.
NORTHERN HUNTING EXTRAVAGANZA
The region is also one of the largest breeding and staging areas of migratory water-fowl
in the world. Large game hunting is also available in the region. Check with our local
outfitters for the Hunting experience of a lifetime! For the 2009 Manitoba Hunting click
For more information click here.
BIRD WATCHING PARADISE
The Pas & area boasts the best bird-watching in Northern Manitoba. The diverse
landscape surrounding the area provides the perfect habitat for several species of birds.
Popular areas for bird-watching include the Saskeram Provincial Wildlife Management
Area, Clearwater Lake Provincial Park, the Rosie Mayne-Nochemak Trail, Grace Lake
Rd, and the walking path along the Saskatchewan River.
Click here for more information.