- TripBuzz found 4 things to do with kids in or near Flin Flon, Manitoba.
- From Bakers Narrows Provincial Park to Flintabbaty Flonatin Statue, the Flin Flon area offers 4 different types of family activities, including: History Museums, Camping Site, Statues and Cross-Country Skiing.
- Flin Flon, Manitoba is located right on the border of Saskatchewan and Manitoba. The mining city is located near several lakes for fishing and recreation including Kipahigan Lake and Athapapuskow Lake. Flin Flon has maintained a thriving art scene and includes occasional performances by the Winnipeg Ballet, concerts, and performances put on by the local community theater.
Known for its pristine conditions, Bakers Narrows Provincial Park is ideal for nature lovers and fishermen. Campsites are available for overnight guests. Up a short climb, a tower offers panoramic views of the land.
Since 1962, the Flintabbaty Flonatin Statue has been standing guard near the entrance to the town, at the now named Flin Flon Tourist Park. The 7.5 m/24 ft. tall statue is designed after a science fiction character from The Sunless City.
Located in an old railroad station, Flin Flon Station Museum includes exhibits on the local mining history and the community. There is a large, cartoonish statue of Flintabbatey Flonatin, a fictional character named after the town.
Well groomed trails make up Flin Flon Ski Club Cross Country Trails. The trails vary in difficulty, and some trails are lit for night skiing. Rentals and lessons are available for both children and adults.