Manipogo is a well-kept secret among campers, beach lovers
and anglers. Since many people have not yet discovered this
campground, campers can enjoy many quiet aspects of nature,
like the sounds of swaying trees or the musical songs of birds.
Choose a camping spot away from it all or a site overlooking
the lake. Most sites are generously sheltered with tall canopies
of poplar and spruce trees. Manipogo is located on a flat,
low-lying ridge of land on the west shore of Lake Manitoba.
Leaving Dauphin on PTH 20 travel north 47 km/29.2 mi., turn
right on PR 269 proceed for 25 km/15.5 mi., then turn right
on PR 276, drive 9 km/5.6 mi