Visiting

Destinations
During your next visit be sure to take in some of the following sites and locations throughout the municipality:
 
Reston & District Museum
Located in Reston on 9th Street the museum is open to the public and is home to many pioneer displays.  Large collection of local artifacts representing business, agriculture, and home settings. 
 
Adjacent to the museum sits the MacDonald House, built in 1896, which houses furniture and collectibles from the museum collection.  There is also a large photo collection, some military memorabilia, early business artifacts, agricultural machinery, and native, home, and school artifacts. 
 
Pipestone Recreational Campground
Located a 1/2 mile off of highway #2, south of Turnbull's Sales and Service Ltd. and provides water, washroom facilities and electrical outlets.
 
Reston Campground
Located at the Reston Golf Course and has 15 fully serviced sites with washrooms, showers and a dumping station. Please call 877-3327 to book your site now!
 
Sinclair Campground
Which is located at the Lion's Park, is well treed and has 6 full serviced sites and washroom facilities.
 
Reston Golf Course
Beautiful 9 hole course with a driving range located off 1st Street in Reston.  Cart or pull cart rentals are available. 
 
After a round of golf, enjoy the relaxing atmosphere of the licensed clubhouse, where a menu is available. Catering is available at the clubhouse for special occasions.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Canupawakpa Trail
Located just east of Reston off #2 Highway on Rd 159W this self-guided nature trail winds for 1 km through riparian forest and bush and features rapids, beaver dams, towering elm, maple and ash trees, and a wooden bridge over Oxbow Lake. 
 
Signs at each of the 12 "sites" outline the story of its heritage.
A trip through the Canupawakpa Trail will be one remembered for a long time.
 
 
 
 
 
 
Cromer Golf Course
Located in the scenic Cromer Valley, this well-treed 9 hole, sand green course is always a pleasure to play.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Reston Memorial Park
The Park is located in Reston between 7th and 9th Street and 1st and 2nd Avenue.  This five acre park was designed by Alf Archer in 1922 as a place where people could visit and view the names on the cenotaph of those memorialized from the 1914-18 war.
 
Today, the park's serene atmosphere is surrounded by mature trees, many diverse shrubs and flowers.  Within the park is playground equipment, tennis/basketball courts, picnic areas, outdoor theatre, and the Reston Museum/MacDonald House.
 
Use the links below for our virtual "Outdoor Classroom"


 
Memorial Theatre
Located on 4th Street in Reston, the Memorial Theatre offers movie entertainment on Friday and Saturday evenings. The theatre was built in 1946 and is one of the oldest in the area.  Its first show to grace the screen was " Smokey" , with two sold out shows.
 
For movie listings please view Recreation & Leisure under Living Here.
 

 
 

 
 
Reston District Library
Serving the RM of Pipestone and the RM of Albert. Located on the main street in Reston the Library is a great place to spend time. Two computers with High Speed Internet are available for public use.
 
Books, current magazines, movies, and audio books are only some of the other benefits provided by our district library. Inter-Library-Loans, Manitoba In Motion Pedometers, Victor Reader CD Players for the visually or physically impaired are also available for use.
 
If you would rather access free eBook downloads for your iPods from eLiabraries Manitoba stop in and the librarians can set you up with a user name and password. A DLP Projector is available for rent to community groups or for private use.
 
Summer Children's Program every Tuesday with the Recreation Department.
 
Location: 220 4th Street, Reston
Hours: Tuesday - Friday 9:30 to 5:30 and Saturdays 9:30 to 5:00, closed at noon
Phone: (204)877-3673
EBSCOhost databases: http://search.ebscohost.com/