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Portage la Prairie

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Portage la Prairie is a city in the Central Plains region of Manitoba.

Get in[edit]

It is located on the Trans-Canada Highway 1, about 67 km west of Winnipeg, and 117 Km East of Brandon.
(49.97321, -98.29128)
There is a Via Rail/ Greyhound bus Station at 130 Fisher Ave E.

Get around[edit]

Public transportation in Portage la Prairie is pretty scarce. Many people walk, since it only takes about 25 minutes to get downtown from any edge.
There are several cab companies, all of which charge a flat rate of $5 to travel anywhere in town.

See[edit][add listing]


Portage Spillway Provincial Park
Island Park, Royal Street South.
Deer Pen, on Massey Crescent
Worlds tallest Coke Can. (49.971598, -98.330993) behind Canad Inns.

Do[edit][add listing]

Shop at MCC thrift store.
Visit Fort La Reine Museum & Pioneer Village

Buy[edit][add listing]

Eat[edit][add listing]

Grindstone Bakery

Drink[edit][add listing]

Sleep[edit][add listing]

  • Canad Inns Portage la Prairie, 2401 Saskatchewan Avenue West, +1 204 857-9745, [1]. Rooms from $125.
  • Hi-way Motel, 2010 Saskatchewan Avenue West, +1 204 857-8771, [2]. One and two bed guest rooms. Some rooms have fireplaces. $90-$100, fireplace suites are $160.


  • Yellowquill Motel, 45 20th St. SW.
  • Westgate Inn Motel, 1010 Saskatchewan Ave E
  • Super 8 Portage La Prairie
  • Days Inn Portage La Prairie
  • Midtown Motor Inn
  • Portage Ex campground, Island Park.

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Get out[edit]

Routes through Portage la Prairie
ReginaBrandon  W noframe E  WinnipegThunder Bay
SaskatoonYorkton  W noframe E  END




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