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Apr 26, 2024

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Wow Your Guests for Less—With CAA Membership Discounts

Illustration courtesy of Sam Island.

Whether your guests are into hiking or home runs, there are so many marvellous things to do in Manitoba. And CAA can help make them affordable: Members can save with these great summertime picks.

Game On

Team up to cheer on the Winnipeg Goldeyes at Blue Cross Park—they’re taking on the Chicago Dogs in the home opener on May 21. This season, all eyes are on Dayson Croes, the American Association Rookie Position Player of 2023. CAA Members save on game-day tickets.

Hike It Up

Bring binoculars to seek out some of the 300 species of birds at Oak Hammock Marsh, which offers more than 30 km of trails to explore. While the Wetland Discovery Centre at Oak Hammock Marsh is temporarily closed for renovations in 2024, the canoe rental program and all hiking and outdoor trails remain open and available to enjoy.

Connect with Nature

Follow up a Sunday hike or bike through FortWhyte Alive with the weekly Storytelling by the Fire, when the park’s resident narrator shares an exciting tale by the Sod House. CAA Members save 50% on the second general admission at FortWhyte Alive with the purchase of the first admission.

Culture Club

History buffs will enjoy the turn-of-the-century Russian Mennonite street scene at the Mennonite Heritage Village. Stop by the restaurant for traditional perogies and bread made from flour milled at the museum’s grist mill. CAA Members who buy a general admission ticket get the second one for free.

Visit caamanitoba.com/rewards to discover more.