The Roseau River
The Roseau River twists and curves right through Sunrise Corner and eventually meets up with the Red. It is richly surrounded by nature and wildlife so don’t forget your camera when you go canoeing, kayaking, fishing or tubing!
If you launch off in Gardenton, it’s a two-hour paddle to Stuartburn. If you have all afternoon, take some tubes and some friends and let yourself drift. Listen to the birds, watch for ducks and turtles, and let the peaceful sounds of nature envelope you as you experience Sunrise Corner on the water.
Access points: the Gardenton Park (by the old pump house or behind the Gardenton Hill) and the Stuartburn bridge
More information coming soon!
Rat River Heritage Marsh (or Ducks Unlimited)
What better place to soak up the sun, enjoy a picnic, hunt, fish or paddle than the largest body of water in Sunrise Corner? The heritage marsh is home to birds and wildlife enough to satisfy the nature lover, and a seven kilometre multi-purpose trail for the adventurer.
Duck’s Unlimited can be accessed down Rd. 16 North, off Hwy. 59 between Roseau River and Rosa, MB.
Ice fishing on Sunrise Corner lakes and rivers offers residents and visitors a wonderful way to enjoy Manitoba
winters. Area lakes are known for their trophy size Northern Pike and Master Angler Walleye.
In late February, Manitobans and visitors to the province can enjoy ice fishing without needing a Manitoba fishing license during the annual winter Family Fishing Weekend. More information can be found here: