Headingley Amenities

Assiniboine Landing, located just two kilometres west of Winnipeg between Roblin Boulevard and the Assiniboine River, is in the Rural Municipality of Headingley, so residents benefit from Headingley’s low residential tax, without sacrificing proximity to services.

All the services of Headingley and west Winnipeg are just minutes away: schools, churches, restaurants, shopping, nurseries, service stations, hospital and banks. Golf enthusiasts can play the courses at Breezy Bend Country Club or John Blumberg Golf Course and Softball Complex. An afternoon at Assiniboia Downs Racetrack is an exciting adventure and the ThunderRapids Fun Park, with its bumper boats and go carts, is great for the kids. There are ball fields, rinks and other activities, such as snowmobiling, in the area.

The Perimeter and Trans-Canada highways provide quick escape routes to the countryside, beaches and cottage areas.

Hospital: Grace Hospital in west Winnipeg, (Portage Avenue at Sturgeon Road in St. James), serves the Headingley area.

Community Organizations: Seniors Services Inc., Headingley 4-H Club, Historical Society, Over 55 Club, Sue’s Dance Fusion, Cross Country Snowmobile Drifters, Phoenix Baseball Club, Phoenix Community Club, Phoenix Hockey Club. The Headingley Chamber of Commerce has over 100 members.

Headingley Community Centre: the new $ 1.7 million centre has a large hall that can seat 300 people, a multipurpose room, Board Room and full commercial kitchen. The Community Centre also houses the Headingley Heritage Centre, the Chamber of Commerce offices, and the Historical Society offices.

Schools: Phoenix Elementary (K-5 school). Children attend secondary schools in west Winnipeg.

Headingley Municipal Library: located in a purpose-built, 2,500 square foot building on Alboro Street.

Emergency Services: RCMP Highway Patrol and Rural Detachment, Headingley First Responders and Headingley Fire Fighters.

Newspaper: “The Headliner” keeps the community up to date on local news and events.

Religious Services: Headingley United Church, Holy Trinity Anglican Church and the Friendship Baptist Church

Garden Centres: Shelmerdine’s, T&T Seeds, Paterson Bedding Plants and Garden Centre, LeClerc Greenhouses, The Green Thumb and Noll’s Greenhouses offer a wide variety of vegetables, seeds, annuals, perennials, shrubs, and trees.

Restaurants: Nick’s Inn, the Husky Service Station and Restaurant, the Headingley Grill, Headingley Motor Inn, Subway, Salisbury House, Steve & Niki’s Restaurant and the Breezy Bend Country Club.

Attractions: the John Blumberg Sports Complex is a world-class softball and golf complex that offers 18 and 9-hole golfing, a driving range, and five baseball diamonds with backstops. Thunder Rapids offers go-carts and batting cages. There’s also the Headingley Heritage Centre – ‘Jim’s Vintage Garages’, the Odeon Drive-In, and Assiniboine Downs, for thoroughbred racing. The Eagles Nest is a driving range and three-hole golf course; Breezy Bend is a premiere private Golf Club that has hosted the Canadian Tour’s Manitoba Open, the Canadian Junior Championship and the Mid-Amateur Championship.

Recreation: The Phoenix Community Club is open for public skating and has a toboggan slide. Both the Community Club and the Community Centre are booked solid with activities such as walking clubs, the over 55 club, Yoga classes, Pilates, low impact aerobics, art classes, Tae Kwando, Brownies, Cubs, and Scouts.

Parks: Beaudry Provincial Heritage Park, a 97-acre park just west of Headingley on Lido Plage Road has several scenic walking or cross-country ski trails, as well as a picnic area and boat launch for boating or canoeing along the Assiniboine River in the summer. Headingley’s other park,River Park, features walking paths, benches, a river overlook and historical information plaques. The Harte Trail goes through Headingley and a group has been formed to develop and maintain it as a true nature trail.

Map of Headingley