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Welcome to Manitoba's Provincial Parks

Experience the rich cultural heritage and enjoy the spectacular beauty of our provincial parks. More than four million incredible hectares of land and water set aside in 92 provincial parks protected for your enjoyment. Choose from lush boreal forests, perfect prairie parklands, intriguing historic sites, sandy beaches, pristine lakes and crystal streams.

Use this website to find a provincial park that entices you and speaks to your desire for adventure in any season of the year. You'll find links to camping reservations, special programs, maps, news and more

Come discover Manitoba's treasures in provincial parks.

Important News and Program Updates

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  • Whiteshell Flooding Update - October 15, 2019
    Water levels within Whiteshell Provincial Park will continue to rise into the coming days. Currently there is flooding on Provincial Highway #312, and reduced speed and flood warning signs have been posted at the site. Manitoba Infrastructure and Sustainable Development will continue to monitor the situation closely and regular updates will be sent out if changes occur.

    Caution is advised as the high water levels may impact infrastructure located within the flood waters. Sustainable Development has set up 7 public accessible areas where empty sandbags and sand are located. These locations include:

    • South Whiteshell - Caddy Lake Boat Launch area, Green Bay Road behind the garbage cage, West Hawk Lake Maintenance Yard & Falcon Lake Maintenance Yard
    • North Whiteshell – Brereton Lake area – across from Brereton Lake Resort , Nutimik Lake – Block 1 boat launch & Dorothy Lake Trout Pond
    The following trails are closed as of October 15, 2019: Bear Lake Hiking Trail, Mantario Trail (South Trailhead to Caribou Lake), Whiteshell River Hiking Trail, and McGillivray Falls Hiking Trail remains closed.

    The Mantario Water Route – South End and the Caddy Lake Tunnels are closed, with no travel from Caddy Lake to Sailing Lake (which includes South Cross and North Cross tunnels).


  • Attention Seasonal Campers (in Nopiming & Whiteshell Provincial Parks)
    Campers who are slated to remove their camping units for Thanksgiving weekend, but are unable to travel to the park due to the extreme winter weather conditions. We are extending the "units-off date" for one week, which means that Seasonal campers will have until October 20, 2019 to remove their camping unit. Please be advised that services will not be available after October 14.


  • Campground road paving at Adam and Max Lakes in Turtle Mountain Provincial Park
    Please take caution on area roadways as increased volumes of construction truck traffic will begin starting September 16, 2019 and continue through the fall season.

  • Road Construction at Big Whiteshell Lake in Whiteshell Provincial Park
    Please take caution on area roadways as increased volumes of construction truck traffic will begin starting August 13, 2019 and continue up to October 31, 2019. Truck traffic will be concentrated on roadways between Meditation Lake and Big Whiteshell Lake. See notice and map (PDF).

  • RESTRICTED ACCESS to Singush Lake in Duck Mountain Provincial Park due to the potential presence of zebra mussels. More information here.
  • NOTICE TO TRAPPERS: Interim restrictions on licenced trapping activity in provincial parks continue to be in place.
    • Report on public comments on the proposed changes to trapping policy in Manitoba's provincial parks and other Crown lands with recreational developments