108055 Road 42N
The end of May to the beginning of September, is considered to be the warmest months in Manitoba, Canada. Temperatures average a daily high of 19°C (66.2°F), with the hottest month averaging 26°C (78.8°F) in July. The cold season lasts from the end of November until early March with an average daily high below -3°C (26.6°F). The coldest month is January with an average low of -18°C (-0.4°F) and high of -10°C (14°F). With an average of 0.5-1.2m (2-4 ft) of snow every winter. We also expect high winds, blowing snow and blizzards in the winter months. Surrounded by towering oak trees, Oak Haven Oasis offers a reprieve from these harsh conditions.
Relax. Unwind. Recharge.
The name Oak Haven Oasis is a perfect visual representation of the resort. Three luxurious glamping domes, large oak trees, a haven of peace, an oasis in the beauty of nature. The ideal couple’s getaway, escape with your loved one to reconnect and unplug from everyday life. Available to experience in all seasons, each dome has a private deck including a seating area, BBQ, a gorgeous fire table, as well as a 4-season hot-tub.
Guest ReviewsWe are very happy becouse we have happy customers! Our Clients
“We absolutely loved our stay at Oak Haven! The location was gorgeous, waking up in the morning with that view was an experience I won’t be forgetting. With the sunshining in and birds chirping, we felt like we were in another world. We can’t wait to go back and enjoy the domes in winter with the snow falling!”
2) “Wow! We had the most wonderful stay at Oak Haven Oasis, I can say without a doubt we will be coming back for a visit in the near future! With everything going on in the world, it was such an escape. We needed to unwind and relax and that’s exactly what we were able to do! Hot tubbing under the stars with your loved one sure makes your soul feel light and happy.”
“Each dome is surrounded by beautiful scenery and equipped with everything you would need, including their own private decks with hot tubs. Highly recommend Oak Haven Oasis!"