River Park is located just north of the junction of HWY 3 & 83, along the Souris River. The park contains a canteen booth used for special events, as well as a covered storage area. The 4 ball diamonds, all with built in dugouts, are used by both Boys and Girls Minor Ball, Girls Softball and Adult Slow Pitch teams. The park is also used for school functions and community events, including the annual July 1 Canada Day Celebrations. The local Melita & Area Fire Department supervises the accompanying fireworks display.
River Park Campground is located off Highway 83 just south of the railway tracks in a treed location to the west of the ball diamonds. 25 clean and serviced sites (2 -50 amp; 7 – 30 amp; 15 -15 amp). Unserviced lots are also available. Rates by day, week, month or season. Located in Melita near the Souris River adjacent the ball diamonds.
Amenities include RV parking, picnic tables, fire pits with wood supplies, showers, heated washrooms, and a nearby dumping station. Current rates are:
- $20 per night – unserviced
- $25 per night – serviced
- The monthly rate is $600
Campground Bookings for River Park
Contact the Town Office to check availability, based on a first come, first serve basis.
Office hours: Monday – Friday 8:30 am – 5:00 pm
Office address: 79 Main Street
L&F Campground is located at 644 Government Road, Melita. The campground has 20 serviced sites (30 – 50 amp) with full RV hookup . Water and sewer are available, with a nearby dumping station. About 10 unserviced lots are available as well. For rates, special promos and reservations, you may call 204-576-0030 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Located on Main Street, Morrow Park contains park benches, picnic tables and many trees and flowers. Public washrooms were also added in the summer of 1997. Morrow Park will be used by local youngsters or those wanting a quiet sit during a long afternoon of shopping. Morrow Park opened on July 13, 1996.
Located in the heart of Melita. It contains playground equipment and three ball diamonds which are used for both Little League and T-Ball practices and games. Central Park is also used for a variety of school, church, community picnics, and windups.