Manitoba is a province that is home to 100 thousand lakes so you better believe there are some epic floating spots.
This is a route serviced by the Asessippi Ski Area that takes about 3 hours Contact the resort and ask about river conditions before heading out as the water levels can make this river unfloatable without a whole lot of walking. - https://asessippi.com/.
The Brokenhead River is the closest float wo the city of Winnipeg. The tubing trip from Highway 44 to Great Woods takes between 2-3 hours, depending on the water levels. The campground at the end of the float has parking available for a small charge.
This is a super windy little river that's best done earlier in the summer as it can get a little shallow later on. Expect this run to take about 2-4 hours
This section of the river has nice winding turns and some light to moderate rapids sections. Be mindful of the water levels and how they affect these rapids sections. Duration of the float TBD. Ask the locals and let us know!
One of the most popular floats in Manitoba. There is a trail along the river, so you can hike or bike the 3.5km back to the top of the river instead of car shuttling up you like. This float takes about 2 hours