PR 204 (Henderson Highway) runs south-north and follows the eastern side of the Red River from the junction of PTH 101 (Perimeter Highway) north to Selkirk. Click here to show the route.
PR 204 is a two-lane undivided highway for its entire length except for a stretch between PTH 101 and Hoddinott Road in the RM of East St. Paul where there are two lanes in each direction. It crosses the Red River Floodway east of Lockport and crosses the Red River in Selkirk near its northern terminus.
There is a paved shoulder between PTH 101 and the junction of PTH 44 in Lockport and, combined with the light residential traffic, it makes for a popular cycling route. On weekends, many a cyclist will drive to and park at a lot along the Red River just north of PTH 101 and cycle to Lockport and back.
Unlike PR 238 on the west side of the Red River, PR 204 offers very few scenic views of the river, since there are upscale homes and many trees on that side of the highway that block most of the view.
Southern Terminus: Junction of PTH 101/Route 42 in the RM of East St. Paul.
Northern Terminus: Junction of PTH 9A (Main Street) in Selkirk.
Multiplexes: PR 204 follows PTH 44 across the bridge over the Red River Floodway east of Lockport.
Historical Note: The portion of the route between PTH 101 and PTH 44 was once designated as PTH 9 and was combined with PR 204 in 1968.