Pamela Beach is located on the south-eastern tip of Pelican Lake Manitoba, next door to the Pleasant Valley Golf Club in summer, and a groomed snowmobile trail in winter.
It is the largest body of lakewater in southern Manitoba - 14 miles long and 1.5 miles wide - supporting a wide variety of activities to keep outdoor enthusiasts busy year round.
During the warmer months, these include hunting, boating, fishing, swimming, waterskiing, sailing, golfing, bird watching and much more. Artists and photographers can be kept busy for many hours in this beautiful valley full of scenery, wildflowers and wildlife.
During the winter, ice-fishing and snowmobiling are common. Don Lamont, from the television show "The Complete Angler" ice-fished from the Pamela Beach property, who raved about his experience.
The fish in the lake include Northern Pike (or Jack), Walleye (Pickerel) & Perch.
White-tailed deer, moose & elk are commonly seen, as well as smaller wildlife such as beavers, coyotes, racoons, fox, rabbits, and many others.
The birds in the area are too many to be named here, but several rarer varieties are seen during migratory months.
The community of Ninette is located on the north tip of the lake. Killarney is a 20-minute drive from the Pamela Beach property and Belmont is 10 minutes. All three communities provide shopping, gas, groceries, banking and other conveniences. Additionaly, the city of Brandon is a 1 hour drive to the north west, and Winnipeg is a 2 hour drive to the north east.
To the south, in North Dakota, Minot is a 2-hour drive, and Devil's Lake is 1.5 hours.
Please visit the Pelican Lake website for more information about what's to see & do in the area.
Pamela Beach is accessable year round, and is located one mile from a paved highway.