Hotels in Headingley
Set along Trans Canada Highway 1, Headingley is located west of Winnipeg on the Assiniboine River.
The city is served by Winnipeg International Airport and acts as an excellent gateway to the rest of southern Manitoba.
Visitors can stroll through the Headingley Heritage Centre Jim's Vintage Garages, while outdoor enthusiasts can explore the Birdwarren Sanctuary.
Golf fans, bring your clubs to the Chateau Dixie Golf Course, the John Blumberg, or the Breezy Bend Country Club. And for you curling lovers, catch the action at Headingley’s Curling Club.
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Explore the Outdoors in Northern Manitoba and Thompson
Spend some time at Birch Tree Lake, a popular recreational destination in Northern Manitoba, for a taste of the outdoors any time of year. It’s located just minutes from the downtown area. You could also practice your curling skills at the Brentwood Curling Club or enjoy a few rounds of golf at Thompson Golf Club during your visit.
Winnipeg Sports Clubs & Teams
Travel to Winnipeg for local sporting teams like the Winnipeg Rifles and the Winnipeg Blue Bombers. While famed attractions like Assiniboine Park and the Forks National Historic Site bring visitors in, the local sports teams are behind much of Winnipeg's bustle.
During the spring and summer, make your way to Investors Group Field and watch as the Winnipeg Rifles battle opponents from the Canadian Junior Football League.
For more hard hits and touchdowns of local football, be sure to check out the Winnipeg Blue Bombers. A member of the Canadian Football League, the Blue Bombers were founded in 1930 and play all home games at Investors Group Field.
Don’t miss the action of the Manitoba Junior Hockey League. You’ll want to plan for a visit to the MTS Iceplex, home to the Winnipeg Blues, and the training facility for the Winnipeg Jets of the NHL. The Jets play homes games at the MTS Centre in downtown. Hockey fans enjoy the competition of the Manitoba Junior Hockey League, which features 11 teams and was founded in 1918.
Winnipeg isn’t just about football and hockey, though – many sports spectators enjoy curling as the sport of choice. Whether it be the Manitoba Curling Association or the Manitoba Ladies Curling Association, there’s plenty of ice in need of sweeping.