We’re into Manitoba! Our most central province holds its second-largest town. Midway between Winnipeg and the Saskatchewan border, Brandon is the perfect mix of city and country. They focus on fostering a strong community bond and honoring the Manitoba heritage.

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Brandon Campgrounds

Meadowlark Campground

  • 66 Back-in & pull-through sites
  • Complimentary showers and WiFi
  • Big-rig friendly

Turtle Crossing Campground

  • Complimentary showers and WiFi
  • Plenty of activities
  • Private riverside dining

Grand Valley Park

  • Right off of Highway 1
  • Access to washrooms and hot showers
  • Pet friendly (on-leash)

Food and Drink in Brandon

Restaurants, Brewhouses, and Cafes

Black Wheat Brewing Co.

Try one of their ten home brews including the Empire Ale which is named after the last surviving brewery in Brandon that closed in 1931. With a nice range of hops and bitterness, there a pint for everyone.

The Dock on Princess

Boasting that their food is “locavore” meaning everything is sourced locally, The Dock on Princess features a vibrant menu of options from snacks to full meals. Try their crab stuffed mushrooms, braised beef dip, or birria burger for a mouthwatering meal.

Albert’s Bistro

A taste of Greece in the Prairies as their website states. Albert’s works to satisfy those cravings by offering a wide range of Greek dishes for lunch and dinner. Make sure to leave room for dessert!

Lady of the Lake

This is the ultimate pit stop. Lady of the Lake is a shop, a cafe, a pub, and a music venue all in one. Make a quick pit stop or settle in for a meal – you won’t be disappointed.

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