The rich sands of nearby Grand Beach, Victoria Beach Albert and Hillside beaches call all tourists, campers and cottagers during the summer months and miles of cross-country skiing and snowmobile trails in the winter excite all wild sport enthusiasts! Check out the North Star Trail in the Bel Air Forest (see below) for winter and summer exploration. Other trails can be found throughout the area, too. You will be able to find more information at these websites:
www.mrta.mb.ca/Trails/BlueWater/home.htm
www.easternmanitobatourism.ca/LaVerendrye.htm
 
Wildlife such as moose, deer, foxes, wolves, coyotes, bears and both snowy and grey owls are in abundance in the region's lush, green forests while species of birds and fish are too many to mention. Alexander also boasts some of the best pickerel fishing in Manitoba around several of its power dams. 

Alexander is famous for its recreational and commercial fishing. We want you to enjoy some of the areas on the lake that will provide you with a great fishing experience along with some tips from the experts. What with the tournaments in the fall and the abundance of fish in summer, we are doubly blessed to be able to offer spectacular ice fishing in the winter, too! This part of our website is now under construction and we are consulting with our experts throughout the area to bring you the latest fishing tips! If you have some information that you would like to share with us.. please send it to info@rmalexander.com
 
Watch this space for further developments!! Listed below are all the public boat launches in the four wards of the R.M.
 
Ward 1 Boat Launches
Yellow Brick Road,Hillside Point Rd,Harry Craig Rd. 
Ward 2 Boat Launches
Gull Lake Camp Ground
 
Ward 3 Boat Launches
St. Georges,Ephrem Rd
 
Ward 4 Boat Launches
Fourth Street, Anderson Rd, Auglen Park, Still Cove, Tagesen, Pioneer Drive, White Mud Falls
 
We know the Fishing and Boating is great in Alexander, but if you enjoy activities on terra firma we'd like to suggest you visit the North Star Trail off Highway 59. This 25km long trail in the Bel Air forest was once used for logging, and it was the only trail to the beaches. It is sandy, rocky and swampy so you can enjoy all types of terrain here. The North Star Trail offers a good 1 1/2 to 2 hours of driving and exploration (and a lot longer on foot!). If you stay on the road itself, it will take you to the Stead Road 25km south, but if you want to explore all the possibilities, the trail system can take you to Victoria Beach, Pine Falls and Grand Beach. The Trail has many interesting attractions and lots of wildlife if you don’t make too much noise.
 
To get there, drive north on Highway 59, past the Grand Beach turn off on the way to Victoria Beach. You have to keep a close eye on the right side of the road beacause you will miss the trail sign if you don’t. Look for the sign you see at the top of a post. It’s the turn off you are looking for. If you reach the Belair turn off road on the right, you have gone too far. Be careful in the trail system to stay on the designated paths. It is possible to get lost in here and if you run out of gas, it could be a long walk. Remember, the road can get pretty rough at times so come well prepared: a reliable truck, safety kit and spare tires
 
The wildlife, the wonderful forest, and the beautiful fresh air all make this trail an unforgettable experience and one that you will want to return to over and over again!
 
We'd like to connect you to others who feel as passionately about the lake areas as we do so we'll be adding links here from time to time. Please check out the Eastern Beaches website page for tourism, fishing, hiking and many other activities in the Alexander area!
 
If you're looking for great fun on your snowmobile check out the Victoria Beach Snowdrifters website where they boast 200 miles of snowmobile trails throughout the RM of Alexander!
 
Many activities will be taking place over the fall and winter so be sure to check out our Events Calendar!