Parks

Art Sear Memorial Park

This beautiful green space located on the corner of Fanny Street and 1st Avenue is the future location of an entirely natural themed park which will include natural play stations, a picturesque climbing area and a walking path perfect for strollers, bikes and walkers.

CP Park

This area a beautiful spot to visit, shaded by majestic spruce trees, is the hot spot for the Carberry Farmers Market, running every Thursday morning throughout the summer 9:00-11:00 am. In addition to the farmer’s market, the Carberry Communities in Bloom organization has started an excellent project in conjunction with the Town of Carberry to add a large picnic shelter that will resemble the former CPR station which was torn down in 1971. With a beautiful main street already highlighted by two blocks of beautiful brick buildings, coincidentally, the CP park and future home of this shelter can be found right at the end of these two majestic blocks of history. It is easy to see the pride Carberry and the region feel towards the rich heritage in and around the community. Check back for details on the picnic shelter!

Carberry Camp Ground and Baseball Complex

Imagine waking up to a beautiful prairie sunrise after a night of camping with the family.  Our pristine 5 site, fully-serviced seasonal campground offers comfortable, clean accommodations in Carberry with shower and washroom facilities available!

Location east end of Third Avenue.

$25 a night $125 a week $450 a month

In conjunction with the campground, watch a game of baseball or softball in our 4 field baseball/softball complex. Revamped dugouts and fields provide an optimal sporting experience!

Location: Located at the Ball Park on Third Avenue

Heritage Square

Erected in correlation to Carberry’s 125th birthday, heritage square offers an excellent green space to have your family barbeque, fundraisers and gatherings. Located on Main Street, in Manitoba’s only designated Heritage District. Take in the unique architecture, visit our local businesses, and then take a break under the pergola, while looking over the beautiful rose garden.