The Municipality of Shoal Lake includes the communities of Shoal Lake and Oakburn. Shoal Lake is situated in southwestern Manitoba, 110 kms northwest of Brandon at the junction of three major highways: No. 16, 42, and 21. Shoal Lake is a thriving centre for agribusiness. Agriculture is the main industry in the area producing cereals, canola, flax, and more recently peas and lentils. Small business, tourism, recreation, health and education also play a vital role in our communities.
Shoal Lake, Oakburn and area offers exceptional year-round recreation opportunities including fishing, boating, swimming, birding, hunting, hiking, biking, ice-fishing, snowmobiling and cross-country skiing. The countryside is adorned with rich Ukrainian heritage sites, waterfowl and wildlife. There is something for everyone!
SHOAL LAKE HISTORY BOOKS FOR SALE - AVAILABLE AT THE MUNICIPALITY OFFICE
Ripples on the Lake, Volume 1 $50.00 / Ripples on the Lake, Volume 2 $75.00
Businesses of Shoal Lake 1874 - 2004 $40.00