Rural Municipality of Park

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For the former rural municipality of Saskatchewan, see Rural Municipality of Park No. 375.

Park is a rural municipality in the province of Manitoba in Western Canada. Until 2006, the Rural Municipality of Park consisted of two disjoint parts, called Park (South) and Park (North). On January 1, 2007, Park (North) was transferred to the Rural Municipality of Shell River.[1] The surviving part, Park (South), is now simply called Park. It is located adjacent to the southern part of Riding Mountain National Park, hence its name.

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  1. ^ "Working Regionally With New Partners: Annexation. Rural Municipality of Shell River/Rural Municipality of Park North". Association of Manitoba Municipalities. Retrieved 2 January 2009. 

Coordinates: 50°39′39″N 100°11′00″W / 50.66083°N 100.18333°W / 50.66083; -100.18333