Explore the Whiteshell

Where to Eat in the Whiteshell – Winter Edition

The park looks a whole lot different now that snow and cold have descended over Manitoba! Canoes have been traded for snowmobiles, bathing suits for snowsuits, and waterskis for cross-country skis.

Enjoying a fresh burger or hot soup after a day on the snowy trails, slopes or frozen lake sounds like a perfect match!

Here’s an update on which restaurants are open to feed you during this winter season.


Always remember to check provincial regulations
before leaving the city so you are prepared during your time in the
Whiteshell. Keep an eye on these business’ social media pages for updates
on their openings as regulations change from month to month!


Falcon Ridge Ski Slopes

Falcon Ridge Ski Slopes has a licensed facility that offers amazing meals cooked from scratch and local hand-craft beers from around MB and NW-ON. Open on weekends and holidays, mid-December to mid-March. Due to COVID-19 measures, they are serving out of a walk-up window beside the slopes!


Hi-Point Restaurant

Hi-Point Restaurant, open year-round, offering sit down meals in their cozy lounge and dining room (COVID-19 dependent). Enjoy craft beers, local art and good eats.


Nite Hawk Cafe

Nite Hawk Cafe will be opening up on winter weekends from mid-January to mid-March to offer hot scrumptious meals to all winter enthusiasts. Stay tuned on their social media for updates and openings!


Pinewood Lodge

Pinewood Lodge’s takeout remains open through the winter (no dine-in). Curl up with a personal pizza after a day in the snow!


Whitelake Resort

Whitelake Resort restaurant remains open for the winter season, hours vary.



White Lake Resort, Feb 2020
Hi-Point Restaurant
Nite Hawk, famous for their burgers