Beausejour + Brokenhead

Neighbourhood Guide

Welcome to Beausejour + Brokenhead

Any true Manitoban appreciates a good deal, so if you’re looking for a place to call home where your dollars can be stretched to offer you more for less – this might be just the spot for you.

Garson and Tyndall offer newer subdivisions with modern, new construction homes, and a small-town, friendly atmosphere.

Beausejour residents are lucky to have access to a thriving restaurant industry and diverse lifestyle options from small-town living, or large, modern waterfront properties surrounding Glass Lake.

Fun Fact: Every year hundreds gather to take part in The Canadian Power Toboggan Championships: the longest-running snowmobile race in the world.

Neighbourhood Stats

What You Should Know

8,135 as of the 2016 Census

Population Density:

Employment Rate:

Unemployment Rate:

Median resident age is 43

Internet and Phone Connectivity:
Reliable, high speed available

Utility Services Providers:
Manitoba Hydro, Municipal Water

Landscaping Regulations:

Maintenance Regulations:
No (area will vary)

Pet-Friendly Neighborhood:

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Energy Efficient Communities:

School Districts:
Public Schools

Safety Level:

Street Infrastructure:

Privacy Level:

Noise Level:
Low (with location)

Location & Map

Incorporated in 1900, and birthplace of former Manitoba Premiere and Canada’s Governor General Edward Schreyer, the RM of Brokenhead has something for everyone.

The RM offers an abundance of arable land used for crops and livestock with railway services the grain elevator allowing Brokenhead to be an active contributor to the world’s food supply. The proximity to Winnipeg’s Centreport project ensures excellent transportation routes to keep your business moving.

The Town of Beausejour is located 46km northeast of Winnipeg, just west of the Whiteshell Provincial Park and the Canadian Shield making it an amazing place to live, work and play!

Neighbourhood Real Estate

About the Market

In a typical year approximately 200 residential real estate transactions occur in this geographic location. The median sale price of single family detached homes in 2021 was $290,000, and the average days on the market for residential real estate is approximately 35 days.

Roughly 32.18% of the homes in the geographic location were constructed between 1961-1980, with more than 54% of them having 3+ bedrooms.

The average value of residential real estate has increased 14% year over year between 2020 and 2021 with no signs of slowing down.

Standard of Living


Market Type

Buyers / Sellers

Housing Prices

Home prices between $150,000 and $930,000

Neighbourhood Highlights

What to Expect

Garson and Tyndall offer newer subdivisions with modern, new construction homes, and a small-town, friendly atmosphere.

Beausejour residents are lucky to have access to a thriving restaurant industry and diverse lifestyle options from small-town living, or large, modern waterfront properties surrounding Glass Lake.

The RM lies between Winnipeg and the Whiteshell Provincial Park, making this area the perfect place to live, work and play!

Fall in Love

Access to both city amenities and outdoor recreation in under and hour makes the RM of Brokenhead and the Town of Beausejour a dream location.

You’ll fall in love with the all the aspects of small town life with easy access to big city activities like concerts, cultural events and museums.

If hiking and fishing are more your speed, just a short drive away is access to the Winnipeg River system and trails to suit novice and experienced hikers alike!

Outdoor Areas & Amenities

  • Day-care
  • Elementary School
  • Middle School
  • High School
  • Elderly Nursing Home
  • Police Station
  • Fire Station
  • Library Services
  • Parks
  • Recreation Facilities
  • Community Club
  • Food Markets
  • Bars + Restaurants
  • Family Neighbourhood
  • Natural Environment
  • Walkable Neighbourhood
  • Suburban Community
  • Countryside
  • Large Lot Sizes
  • Close to Highways
  • Maintained Infrastructure
  • Places of Worship
  • Community Events

Neighbourhood Traffic Network

Commuting Time

With it’s close proximity to the City of Winnipeg, most services and areas can be accessed in approximately 60 minutes. Highways in the RM of Brokenhead include 4 lane divided highway or 2 lane highways.

Average Commutes (In Minutes)


Assiniboine Park Zoo

International Airport

Grand Beach

University of Manitoba

Whiteshell Provincial Park

More In The Neighborhood

Community Activities

Beausejour and the RM of Brokenhead are home to many annual community events that draw visitors from across the country and the world.

The Double B Agricultural Festival is held early in September. It features rodeo competitors from Canada and the USA and plenty of other activities like a pancake breakfast, pony rides, agricultural displays, antique tractor displays, a saloon, mutton busting, fireworks, a barn dance with a live band, and more.

The C.P.T.C. Raceplex is the home of the Canadian Power Toboggan Championship Races. The 1/2 mile oval race track is located at the Southeastern corner of Beausejour on P.R. 302. Included as part of the Raceplex facility is a 1,300 seat grandstand, heated washrooms and concessions, heated spectator viewing facilities and two large heated multi-purpose facilities.

Taking place each August, the Shades of the Past Car Show encompasses over a quarter mile of Park Avenue. One of the largest car shows in Manitoba, it is free for all participants and spectators.

Beausejour, Brokenhead and local community organizations offer a variety of sport and recreation opportunities. Swimming, Hockey, Soccer, Lacrosse, Volleyball, Basketball, Badminton, Athletics and more. The Brokenhead River Recreational Commission offers a wide variety of programming from First Aid and Hunter’s Safety courses to arts + crafts sessions to yoga.

Neighbourhood School Districts

Sunrise School Division

Sunrise School Division serves one of the most beautiful areas of Manitoba, stretching from the sprawling farmlands just east of Winnipeg to the fabulous cottage country of eastern Manitoba. Our division includes the communities of Anola, Beausejour, Dugald, Garson, Hazelridge, Lac du Bonnet, Oakbank, Powerview/Pine Falls, Tyndall and Whitemouth.
Sunrise School Division (SSD) serves over 4,600 K- 12 students and over 180 students in adult learning centres in eight wards within 7181 square kilometres in southeastern Manitoba. In total, there are 19 schools:
  • 7 English
  • 4 English/French Immersion
  • 2 English/Ukrainian Bilingual
  • 6 Hutterian
In addition to the schools, there are 4 Adult Learning sites.

Neighbourhood Attractions

Top Family Areas

Beausejour Daylily Garden

From humble beginnings in 2002, the Beausejour Daylily Gardens has become a world-class showcase of 600 daylily cultivars, thousands of iris, peonies, lilies, and many ornamental shrubs and trees.

Manitoba Glass Works Historic Site

Built in 1906 by Joseph Keilback and his partners, lass-blowers from Poland and the United States, aided by local labour, used silica sands to produce bottles for breweries and soft drink companies in Winnipeg, serving the prairie market.

Pioneer Village Museum

Established in 1967, the Pioneer Village Museum recreates a small rural Manitoba community in the early 1900s. Housed within the grounds is a home, railway station, barbershop, blacksmith shop, school, community hall, and store, just to name a few.

Great Woods Park + Campground

A unique, novel, spacious 120 acre park and campground is situated in southeastern Manitoba. Enjoy the natural beauty of this park with a picnic, a stroll on the riverwalk to the beach or walk the suspension bridge to explore nature on self guided wilderness trails in a Manitoba ecological forest.

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