Make a new discovery at the top of every rolling hill, along the shores of more than 200 lakes and wetlands, or amidst the rich hardwood forests of aspen, Manitoba maple, elm, black poplar, ash and birch. For those who love adventure, Turtle Mountain is a wealth of inspiration. Rising up 245 metres/804 feet from the prairie, this rolling terrain is a must for mountain biking enthusiasts. The first dry terrain in Manitoba after the glaciers receded, Turtle Mountain is home to an abundance of wildlife. Moose, white-tailed deer, beaver, and raccoon are joined by the chorus of birds like loons and grebes.
Where to Stay
Adam Lake campground offers both basic and electrical sites, while Max and William Lakes offer basic service sites. Group camping is also available. Backcountry campers should be aware the Oskar Lake Campsite and the James Lake Cabin are available for overnight use.
Leaving Brandon, follow PTH 10 south, 100 km/62.1 mi