Grandview

Grandview Branch

Grandview is in the Parkland region of Manitoba, nestled in a picturesque valley between Duck Mountain Provincial Park and Riding Mountain National Park. It is approximately 210 kilometres north of Brandon.

Grandview is home to the Watson Crossley Community Museum. The area’s history has been preserved here with displays that include a pioneer log house, pioneer artifacts, school, church and steam traction engine.

The Seniors’ Park is one of the attractions in Grandview that you do not want to miss. It features numerous floral displays consisting of annuals and perennials, old varieties and new. Park benches, picnic tables, trees, memorial tributes and birdhouses add to the exhibit.

Recreational Facilities in Grandview include:

  • Grandview Agricultural Community Centre
  • Grandview Curling Club
  • Grandview Kinsmen Community Centre
  • Grandview Swimming Pool
  • Wilson Centennial Park and campgrounds.

The economy is mainly agriculturally based, but, at one time, it was also based on a local wood mill. The site of the Burrows Lumber Mill on the banks of the Valley River was designated a Provincial Heritage Site in 2010.

Manitoba’s highest point, Baldy Mountain, is located approximately 35 kilometres North of Grandview in the Duck Mountain Provincial Park.

Grandview Credit Union was established in 1942 when it was named the Morranville-Wicklow Credit Union. It merged with Sunrise Credit Union on May 1, 2017.

Members (as of the end of 2019): 2,293

Staff (as of the end of 2019): 13

Branch Manager: Tom Barnett

 

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