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Town of Stonewall

Players Golf Course - Nine hole championship golf course with challenging water features.

Stonewall is a vibrant community which has all the amenities of urban living in a unique rural setting.
Springing from a tiny hamlet in 1878, Stonewall has been famous for its limestone quarries since the early 1880's.
For decades limestone was quarried and then processed into quicklime in towering limestone kilns on the north edge of town.
The quarries are closed now however many heritage limestone buildings, such as the Town of Stonewall office,
the Old Post Office, and the old McConkey's Store are found throughout the community.

An 80 acre park in an abandoned quarry, complete with ball diamonds,
a manmade lake, campground and the new Quarry Park Heritage Arts Centre pays tribute to the town's quarry roots. Stonewall Quarry Days, a three day celebration in August, shows Stonewall's pride in its past. Join us!

Unique attractions in the area:

Stonewall Quarry Park: A year round facility which includes walking trails, a toboggan hill, a baseball complex, a manmade lake, a campground, picnic area, and the new Quarry Park Heritage Arts Centre.

Quarry Park Heritage Arts Centre: This "must see" Heritage Arts Centre houses an interpretive centre, meeting rooms, Quarry Park offices, and the Sunova Auditorium. Let its natural surroundings of limestone & kilns be your inspiration to get back "in touch"!

Former Stonewall Post Office Building - A provincially designated heritage site is the only known example of Prairie Style institutional style architecture in Manitoba. Today it houses an antique store.

McLeod House - The childhood home of Canada's youngest Victoria Cross winner Alan Arnett McLeod.

Recreation and Community Places:

Fines Fields: Our ball complex is known nationwide for hosting world class tournaments, including the 1999 Pan Am Games and the 2011 Western Canadian Men's and Women's Fast Pitch.

Veterans Memorial Sports Complex: Home to a number of activities such as hockey, skating, curling and other events throughout the year.

Kinsmen Lake: A beautiful man-made lake developed in a former quarry. Open, weather permitting, June - Labour Day. It is a favorite spot for locals & visitors alike!

Quarry Park Campground: facilities range from unserviced tenting to full serviced RV sites.

Memory Garden - Built as a tribute to loved ones who have passed away. Take time to enjoy the peaceful garden on your stroll through town.

Helen Montgomery Park - Children's playground

Archie Gray Park - Children's playground

Cooke Field - Soccer fields

Industry Members:

Laser Jungle- A laser tag playground for young & old, groups and parties have all season great fun!

McLeod Tea House & Gift Shop- Heritage home tea house, offering homemade soups, sandwiches, high tea, dainties, indoors or in a screened in veranda overlooking the gardens.

Prairie Oak Regional Arts Group - "South of the Lakes Art Tour"- This talented group of artists have held an art tour annually in September for years, their art work has graced the walls of the Heritage Centre, they hold lessons & enjoying sharing their art with all.

Stonewall & District Chamber of Commerce-Group of businesses supporting and working together to build a stronger, more vibrant economic community. Sponsors the Santa Parade each year.

Quarry Bowling Lanes & Laundromat - Five (5) pin bowling leagues & for fun/ parties for birthdays or for family fun. Glow bowling, automatic scoring- great multi generational sport.

Contact: Town of Stonewall


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15 Dec 2018
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Christmas Bird Count
15 Dec 2018
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Snow Globe Making
16 Dec 2018
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Birding Hour - Caribbean Birds
20 Dec 2018
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22 Dec 2018
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Shuffle Duck Tournament
26 Dec 2018
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