Baseball game at Carillon Park
Snowshoeing by the Museum
PARKS AND TRAILS
Carillon Park & Recreation Diamonds
Baseball diamonds, volleyball, canteen, horse rink, playground, picnic area, temporary R.V. parking are located in the Carillon Park. The park is situated behind the St. Pierre Recreation Centre and has direct access off Jolys Avenue East next to the Club Jolys, 595 Jolys Avenue East.
Contact: Rachelle Tessier, Village AdministratorCross Country Ski Trail
When winter season arrives, with a good layer of snow, you will find that St-Pierre-Jolys has a picturesque Cross Country Ski Trail that starts and finishes off at the St. Pierre Museum. The distance covered is 3 km. and will take you over two bridges and a wooded area. The trail is posted.
Groomer: Marcel RuestCrow Wing Trail
Phone: (204) 433-7574
Phone: (204) 433-7574
The Crow Wing Trail is the section of the Trans Canada Trail from Winnipeg to Emerson. It is the longest trail section in Manitoba at 191 kms. Volunteers from the municipalities of Ritchot, Niverville, De Salaberry, St-Pierre-Jolys, Franklin, Roseau River First Nation and Emerson form part of the Crow Wing Trail Association. They are re-creating a historical trail which was used in the mid-1800's to transport goods by Red River Cart from St. Paul, Minnesota to Fort Garry (Winnipeg) and back.
Most of the trail is on low-traffic and little-used municipal road allowances, fields and tall grass prairie areas. The trail crosses the Red River, the Roseau River and the Rat River in several locations. These rivers are an integral part of Manitoba's early beginnings.
The trail was officially opened in September of 2006 which means that it has blue directional signs from St. Adolphe to Emerson. The link between St. Adolphe and St. Norbert is currently pending the completion of the construction of the floodway.
For more information: Visit www.mrta.mb.ca/Trails/CrowWing/home.htm
South East Manitoba Snowmobile Trails
The Voyageurs Trail Grooming Association consists of eight other clubs that joined together to form V.T.G.A. We groom approximately 700 kilometres of trails along the East side of the Red River, south of Winnipeg. We maintain the trails in the communities of Lorette, Ile des Chenes, St. Adolphe, Ste. Agathe, St-Pierre, St. Malo, Grunthal, and Niverville. The trails are groomed with an 85C CAT Challenger. Our meetings take place the first Thursday of the month at Lucky Luc's Bar & Grill located in St-Pierre, Manitoba.
Voyageurs Trail Grooming Association
Box 358, St. Pierre Jolys, MB R0A 1V0
President: Todd Temple, Ile des Chenes
Phone: (204) 878-4622
Vice President: Garry Depaw
Phone: (204) 388-6134
Secretary/Treasurer: Marcel Bergeron, St-Pierre
Phone: (204) 433-3349
Trail Coordinator: Daniel Alarie, St-Pierre
Phone: (204) 433-7885
South East Sno Riders
Woodridge and Sandilands snowmobile trails. When you purchase your sno pass, please specify which region you will be using. Your designation will direct the monies collected upon purchase of your snowmobile pass for the groomed trails.
Western Manitoba Snowmobile Trails
Snoman (Snowmobilers of Manitoba) Inc. is a non-profit organization representing 50 provincial snowmobiling clubs which maintain and groom over 12,000 km of Manitoba's scenic trails. Snowmobiling has become one of Manitoba's most popular forms of outdoor winter recreation. The province is blessed with bountiful natural wonders that offer snowmobilers access to trails which from December to March are groomed and well maintained playgrounds for snowmobiling enthusiasts.