Recreation

Oakview Golf Gretna The Municipality of Rhineland region has many recreation attractions including...

Gretna Trails

  • Neubergthal Community Center (204) 324-6218
  • Neubergthal Mennonite Heritage Village  (204) 324-1612                                       
  • Neubergthal Outdoor Rink (204) 324-6218
  • Rosenfeld Outdoor Rink (204) 324-8902 or 304-9119
  • Cedar Land Farms
  • Sommerfeld Community Center
  • Schoenwise Outdoor Rink
  • Reinland Community Center (204) 325-4494
  • Cemetery's Listing
  • Walking Trails in Plum Coulee, Rosetown, Reinland, Rosenfeld, Gretna   
  • School playgrounds in Gretna, Plum Coulee, Rosenfeld and Gnadenthal
  • Trans Canada Trail between Gretna and Altona 

Plum Coulee Campground
The summer of 2006 saw the beginning of a much needed full service camping location in Centennial Park.
For Reservations call the Rhineland office between 8:30 am - 4:30 pm at (204) 324-5357 or email.  Daily, weekly and monthly rates. Download the Campground Map Here 
  • Tent, camper or RV camping
  • Full service campsites  $30.00 per night (includes GST)
  • Each site includes picnic table and firepit
  • Full service washroom with showers
  • Playground within park
  • Within walking distance of Sunset Beach,
  • grocery store and restaurants
  • Park is part of the Access Trail walking path 
  • Tents only $10.50 per night (includes GST)
  • Full Service Weekly Rate  $150.00 (includes GST)
  • Full Service Monthly Rate $550.00 (includes GST)
  • Wooden Shelter Day rate $36.50 (includes GST)
Gretna Arena
Gretna Arena More than 40 years after Charlie Hayward made his pitch to the Town Council to build a new skating rink on the south end of town, the Gretna Community Arena Committee paid off the last of the loan used to build a new, enclosed arena just south of the Public School. Built in 1976, it took 6 years of hard work and fund raising to pay for the building.

Fast forward to 2000, the Gretna Community Arena Committee embarked upon a $1 million upgrade (half of which was volunteer sweat equity) to the arena infrastructure. With project leadership by John Funk, geo-thermal artificial ice, new hockey boards and glass, four new dressing rooms & a new tractor shed were added to enhance the experience for users. Now the arena enjoys a 5 month ice season uninterrupted by warm spells which formerly threatened the natural ice surface. The arena is home to hockey programs ranging from recreational programs for beginning players through minor and high school hockey on to adult recreational leagues and public skating.
For Arena Bookings call (204) 327-5849.

The Arena demonstrates the community spirit that Gretna residents display, which has carried the Town from early beginnings through many difficult times.
 

Recreation Associations/Groups/Events
Plum Coulee Minor Sports Association (204) 331-1346                                 
Gretna Prairie Center Knotty Night Knitting Class
Gretna Prairie Centre Toonie Tuesday
Rosenfeld Boys and Girls Club
 
Annual Events


EventCommunity 
Month 
Rosenfeld Winter CarnivalRosenfeldFebruary
Winter CarnivalAltonaFebruary
Curtis Klassen Run/Walk to RememberAltonaMay
Hot Spot FestivalGretnaJuly
Sunflower Festival AltonaJuly
Gretna Winter CarnivalGretnaMarch
Plum Fest FestivalPlum CouleeAugust
Southern Cross - Cycle CrossRhinelandOctober
Christmas Tree Lighting and Shoe boxesPlum CouleeNovember
Nights of Lights Tree LightingAltona
November