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Hello and welcome to the Little Mountain Park Pet Owners Association web page. We've created this web page to showcase the richness of Little Mountain Park, the history of the area, the people, and our love of our pets.

For nearly 150 years the area around the park has become home to many diverse and varied groups of people. Both farming and mining from the area have played a key role in the growth of the City of Winnipeg, the R.M. of Rosser and the Province of Manitoba. Many families have come and gone over the years, all leaving their mark in our Past, the Present and building for the Future of the area. Our history section covers the passing of time, both good and not so good stories of the past.

Little Mountain is a Park for all four seasons, Whether enjoying a long leisurely stroll on a summer day or Cross Country Skiing in the winter, any season is designed for both you and your dog to take your time and enjoy.

Our little corner of the world has also served as the backdrop to the motion picture industry.Two films were shot around the quarry area and out in the Big field. We are still researching the names of the shows but I believe one to be 'Society's Child' and the other to be the 'J.J. Harper story'. Also, in 2017 the CBC shot two episodes of 'Burden of Truth'

All our files are open for public viewing, if you wish,take the time to create a password and log in to view our new and updated Picture Files and the stories and jokes that are sent in by our readers in the Readers Forum located in the News and Events section,( we are adding new items all the time ). Send in your own pictures and stories about what makes Little Mountain special to you. Our picture files are set-up to be viewed as a slide show so sit back, enjoy and take a tour through Little Mountain Park !

Please make sure to follow all the City of Winnipeg park rules and regulations so that all may enjoy Little Mountain Park.


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