Header Side Menu Content Footer
Government of Manitoba
Conservation and Water Stewardship

Parks and Protected Spaces Branch

Welcome from the Director

Manitoba's parks offer a wide range of services and facilities for your year-round enjoyment. No matter what recreational activities you pursue, you are sure to enjoy our spectacular natural environments, unique cultural sites, sandy beaches and clear waters. When you are ready to experience everything under the sun, come to Manitoba provincial parks.

Explore this website for information on camping, reservations, special programs, maps and the latest park's news. We are continually working to expand our number of parks and protected areas and conserve Manitoba's biological diversity so come back and visit often.

We want your experience with Manitoba Parks to be the very best it can be.

Important News and Program Updates

click on the links below for more information
  • Management Plan for Camp Morton Provincial Park is now complete.

  • Nopiming and Manigotagan River Provincial Parks Public Consultation

  • BIRDS HILL PARK BEACH CLOSURE- Due to seasonal constraints and construction timing, the lake, beach and greenspace surrounding the Birds Hill lake will be closed to public access as of Sept 29, 2014.  As work is proceeding faster than expected, the original estimate that these picnic areas would remain open until Thanksgiving has been moved up by 2 weeks.  For safety reasons, visitors are requested to make use of other picnic areas, shelters and fire pits available in the park and are asked not to use the beach day use facilities and playground from September 29th onward.

  • Birds Hill Beach Expansion - As part of Manitoba's eight-year Building the Parks Province commitment,the lake and beach at Birds Hill Provincial Park is being improved and expanded over the next year. Brochure, Map

  • NOTICE TO TRAPPERS: Interim restrictions on licenced trapping activity in provincial parks continue to be in place for the 2014/15 trapping season.

  • Winnipeg Beach (July 18, 2014) - Due to high water levels on Lake Winnipeg and storm damage, the portion of beach that runs along Prospect Street south of the Tennis Courts has been closed until the water levels on Lake Winnipeg recede. Sections of the main beach and boardwalk have also been closed.  For your own safety do not enter areas that have been fenced and/or designated closed.  The closure applies to all beach areas which have been designated and marked do not enter.  The majority of the Main Beach remains open for use.
  • Main Beach at Winnipeg Beach Earns Blue Flag Status Tony Pimentel, Mayor, Winnipeg Beach; Richard Romaniuk, Regional Park Superintendant; Brett Tyron, Blue Flag Program Manager, Environmental Defence celebrate the raising of the Blue Flag at Winnipeg Beach, June 5, 2014.
  • Got Parks? www.gotparks.ca is an interactive online space where youth can easily access and share information about parks across Canada. The project is an initiative of the Canadian Parks Council and has been created in partnership with the Child and Nature Alliance of Canada. The site invites young Canadians to share stories, find jobs, discover park programs, and more

 


Share This