Whiteshell Trappers Museum - Rennie, Manitoba
The Whiteshell Trappers Museum was built by local trappers in 1997. It was modeled after a typical trappers' cabin, but is a little larger to accommodate company. Drop by and visit with an honest to goodness trapper. He or she can answer your quest ions about the history of trapping and the fur-bearing animals of the Whiteshell.
A visit to the museum will also show you about modern trapping techniques and the important role trappers play in wildlife management. You can learn about the trapping lifestyle and the wildlife of the Whiteshell. The Whiteshell Trappers Museum on the grounds of the Alfred Hole Goose Sanctuary at Rennie, in Whiteshell Provincial Park. Museum hours are 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Saturday-Sunday and Long Weekends June-October. For more information on the museum, to book a tour or to arrange for a Whiteshell trapper to speak at your group or school, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Site Coordinates (lat/long): N49.84944, W95.55246denoted by symbol on the map above.