Welcome to Loni Beach.
We acknowledge that Loni Beach is located on ancestral lands, on the historic grounds of Treaty One Territory, located on Treaty One lands, the original territories of the Anishinaabe, Cree, Oji-Cree, Dakota, Lakota, Dene peoples, and the homeland of the Métis Nation. Loni Beach Residents Association acknowledge our role in the many relationships that make up our home and commit to a spirit of reconciliation for the future.
The Loni Beach Cottage Neighbourhood is a distinct residential area in the Rural Municipality of Gimli, nestled on the western shore of Lake Winnipeg in the heart of Manitoba. With a natural park-like setting and a delightful aura of cottage ambience, Loni Beach has been enjoyed by many generations of Manitobans. Dating to the turn of the 20th century, the Loni Beach neighbourhood has a rich history and distinct physical quality that makes it a vital part of Gimli’s heritage fabric.
A Statement of Significance for Loni Beach was developed by the Gimli Municipal Heritage Advisory Committee (GMHAC) in conjunction with Manitoba’s Historic Resources Branch. GMHAC also produced the booklet, “Loni Beach: A Gimli Heritage Neighbourhood” and its report “Gimli: A Camper’s Paradise” has many references to Loni Beach.
Take some time to look around the site and enjoy your stay.