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Parks and Natural Areas

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Central Parks

Birds Hill Provincial Park
bike riding

Explore an old homestead. Wander through the wild flowers. Climb to the top of the viewing tower and you'll see for miles. Walk, cycle, horseback ride through a network of trails that will take you anywhere and everywhere.

Year-round the park is a natural stage for a range of recreational activities and sporting events. In July of each year, Birds Hill is home to the Winnipeg Folk Festival, one of North America's largest folk music events. Everything from trail riding to interpretive programs are yours to enjoy. Watch any number of events in the park: horse shows, polo tournaments, and cycling races. Birds Hill is also a favorite picnic spot for small and large groups.

BIRDS HILL PARK BEACH CLOSURE- the lake portion of the beach area at Birds Hill Provincial Park will be closed as of September 2, 2014 for the remainder of the season due to construction activities. For safety reasons, all swimming will be prohibited. The parking lots and most surrounding green space will remain open until Thanksgiving. Visitors are welcome to continue to enjoy picnics, shelters, fire pits and playgrounds.

Where to Stay

Choose from basic to fully serviced campsites at the campground situated along South Drive, near the lake. It includes a complete range of support services; group camping sites are also available.

Park Directions

Leaving Winnipeg, follow PTH 59 north, 24 km/14.9 mi. to the west park entrance.

Birds Hill Provincial Park Map

Resources


Campground Map

Group Use Areas

Summer Maps

Winter Maps