Town of Inglis

Home of the FIVE Prairie Giants

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Welcome to Inglis

Home to the five prairie giants - Inglis Elevators - a national historic site and Manitoba Star Attraction. Named as one of the top 10 architectural icons.

Two miles east off Highway 83 between the towns of Russell and Roblin located in the R.M. of Shellmouth/Boulton. Our backyard includes the Shell River Valley, the Assiniboine River Valley and Bear Creek Valley, Asessippi and the Duck Mountain Provincial Parks as well as Riding Mountain National Park.

We are the closest town to the Asessippi Ski Hill and Winter Park and Lake of the Prairies located in the Asessippi Provincial Park.

The area is acclaimed for being the best grain and cattle producing area in Manitoba.   In fact, Inglis was known as the “Barley Capital of Manitoba”.  This has entrenched agriculture as the dominant industry.

The scenic Assiniboine River Valley and the Shell River Valley which joins at the Shellmouth Dam to form the Lake of the Prairies, creating the setting for the Asessippi Provincial ParkAsessippi Beach and Campground is located along PTH #83 and at the junction of the Bear Creek Valley and the Shell River Valley.  These valleys provide an abundance of recreational activities which include a world-class downhill ski facility – Asessippi Ski Area and Winter Park, and cross country ski trails – Rivendell X-Country Ski Trails.  These parks also include camping, swimming and picnic areas, horseshoe pits, volleyball courts, ball diamonds, and playgrounds.

Cottage development and lots are also available on both sides of the Lake of the Prairies.  Kilman Cottage Development is located on the west side of the Lake of the Prairies and Prairie Lake Lodge Development is located on the east side of the Lake of the Prairies.

Backcountry entrance to the Riding Mountain National Park is only a short distance away.

The area is also known for excellent sport hunting, fishing and snowmobiling. Other recreation, historic sites, accomodations, dining, hotel/bar, welding, autobody, banking, ATM, school -- come visit!!

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October 31th - HAPPY HALLOWEEN.

for more details go to Attractions/Coming Events

danceGraveyard Gala
Halloween Social Hosted by IDCC
@ Inglis Community Hall
Saturday October 29, 2016
9pm to 2 am

Prizes for best costume
No Minors Allowed
Music by Rick & Karen


Roots at Rusty's
Friday November 4th
- Brock Zeman with Blair Hogan Recent second place in an international songwriting competition.

Thursday March 16th- Jory Nash Another returnee with a bunch of new tunes.


winecheeseNovember 10, 2016
Wine & Cheese Evening
at 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm.

Inglis Skating Rink

Sponsored by the Inglis Business Group.


Inglis Free Flu Clinic
Appointment preferred
Call: 1-877-646-3888
Monday November 21, 2016
1 p.m. to 7 p.m Inglis School Gym
Walk-ins may be available.


yogaYoga Classes
with Christa Lovas

Wednesday from 7:00 - 8:00
Inglis School gym

See October newsletter for more information


hockeySquirt Hockey 2016-2017

Contact Shawna Eckert or Shellie Wasilka.
More information in the October Newsletter.

adobe Newsletters - October 2016 edition is here



    • RM RIDING MOUTAIN WEST Council meeting -October 12th & 26th, 2016 8:00 a.m.

    • IDCC meeting October 11th, 2016, 7:30 at Inglis Rink.

    • Inglis Fire Fighters meet the 1st and 3rd Wednesday every month

      garbagemanGarbage & Recycling recycle



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