About Sunny Cliff  

The community of Sunny Cliff is situated 89km North West of Winnipeg on Provincial Highway #6. The town is in the gateway to the beaches of Lake Manitoba - some of Manitoba's best vacation spots. Known for its breathtaking sunsets, its proximity to both recreation sites and to work centres like Winnipeg have led many to consider Sunny Cliff the perfect town to settle in. Approximately 4032 people currently call Sunny Cliff home. 

Tourism has become an important economic tool for the community. Sunny Cliff is best known for its yearly festivals, events and attractions. The community is proud of their signature Summer Arts Festival, the largest attended arts festival of its kind north of Winnipeg featuring prominent artists of Manitoba and beyond. Sunny Cliff is also home to other popular events such as The Days in May, featuring a baseball tournament, crafts market, and social, Canada Day celebrations, featuring our highly competitive fishing derby and The Sunny Cliff Snowmobile Regatta, a unique yearly Christmas parade. 
Sunny Cliff is also a popular destination for neighbouring communities and Winnipegers alike with such attractions as The Holistic Retreat & Spa, overlooking Lake Manitoba, the weekly Farmerís Market on the grounds of the Recreation Centre and The Herb Garden, the only one of its kind in the entire Interlake near the highway turn-off. 

Sunny Cliff's recreational opportunities are unlimited and include an ice arena, 6- sheet curling rink, swimming pool, nature and ski trails, golf course plus a multipurpose recreational centre. Just a minute away is Steep Rock Beach, a popular summer destination for many Manitobans. Sunny Cliff also offers a variety of restaurants and places to stay for visitors. One personal care home and two senior residences are available to serve the region's seniors.

The town and surrounding community enjoys a stable economy based on agriculture and tourism, with a well-developed infrastructure that supports business and encourages growth. The town is both the central grain and fish-handling facility for the region. With rail line service, natural gas, hydro, a stable tax rate and all the amenities of a city, residents are able to enjoy a high quality of lifestyle while living just a short drive from a major urban centre, the City of Winnipeg.