History & Tourism in Argyle — Enjoy the great outdoors our area has to offfer.
The Municipality of Argyle and Town of Baldur have some amazing historical sights dating back to the 19th Century. Churches, School Cairns and the Baldur Museum make up some of the great history in our area.
Grund Church, being one of the most famous historical buildings in Argyle, was erected in 1889 by Icelandic settlers and has become the oldest Icelandic Lutheran Church in Canada. Built on what is considered the original site of Baldur 5.5 miles north of Baldur, Grund is a magnificent piece of architecture that continues to stand the test of time.
Located on the north-west corner of Baldur and 5 miles north - 2 east, our walking trails are definitely worth taking the time to go for a stroll. Whether you want just a quick jog around the trail located in town or a full on hike into Manitoba's natural grasslands, both will bring your mind to ease with their sheer beauty.
Parks & Recreation
Baldur Campground offers 8 15/30 AMP sites located in a beautiful sheltered area of town near the home of the Baldur Regals, Kentner Field & Baldur Recreation Centre. Water fill and trailer dumping station located at Kentner Field.
To book or inquire about a campsite, please contact the R.M. Office by e-mailing Lori Johnson or calling 204-535-2176. Rates are $15.00 / Night for a serviced site or $10.00 for a non-serviced site.
The Public Washrooms are open 24 hours and are located at Veterans Park, off Highway 23. The washrooms are the newest addition to our rest stop and are a feature ammenity to our town. The washrooms are very sanitary and well maintained!