village in Manitoba, Canada
Glenboro is a small service centre to the surrounding farms and is also a jumping off point to nearby Spruce Woods Provincial Park.
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- 1 Sara the Camel (PTH 2 & Cochrane St). 17 ft (5.2 m) statue constructed in 1978, and is emblematic of the nearby Spirit Sands, and has been used to promote the Glenboro area and nearby Spruce Woods Provincial Park.
- 2 Burrough of the Gleann Museum, 237 Broadway St, ☏ .
- 3 Stockton Ferry (12 km W of Glenboro, then N for 3 km, E 1 km and N 2 km), ☏ . M-F 7AM-11AM, 3-7PM. On the Assiniboine River, the Stockton Ferry is the last remaining operating river ferry in Southern Manitoba.
- 1 Spruce Woods Provincial Park (10 min N of Glenboro on PTH 5), toll-free: . Spruce Woods Provincial Park is located where the Assiniboine River passes through the delta of sediment left by the last glaciation. An area of open and stabilized sand dunes within the park provides habitat to species of plants and animals not found elsewhere in Manitoba. Camping available in the Kiche Manitou campground.
- 2 Criddle/Vane Homestead Provincial Park (49 km NW of Glenboro, 10 km S of Shilo). Composed of a 130 hectare area that preserves and protects the heritage value of the former homestead of the Criddle/Vane family, Manitoba pioneers well-known for their contributions in the fields of science, art, sports, and culture.
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- Glenboro Bake Shop, 500 Railway Ave, ☏ .
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|Routes through Glenboro|
|Weyburn ← Souris ← Jct N S ←||W E||→ Jct S → Winnipeg|
|Neepawa ← Carberry ←||N S||→ → becomes → Rocklake|