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Parks and Protected Spaces Branch

In Manitoba, our nature is perfection. We celebrate the fact.

It's yours to enjoy year-round in Manitoba. More than four million incredible hectares of land and water set aside in 90 provincial parks protected for your enjoyment. You can choose from lush boreal forests, perfect prairie parklands, intriguing historic sites, sandy beaches, pristine lakes and crystal streams. In Manitoba, you'll find life's great outdoors.

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 parks reservations, special programs, maps, news and more. And please follow us on Twitter @MBGovParks.

Come celebrate Manitoba's natural beauty and historical heritage.

Important News and Program Updates

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  • Asessippi Provincial Park Detour in Effect - May 9, 2017

    Due to the recurring slumping of soils which have destabilized a section of the main park entrance road at Asessippi Provincial Park, a closure has been implemented for this section of the road between the boat launch and the park campground and day use areas.

    In order to provide ongoing public access into the campground and day use areas in the park a detour has been put into place utilizing municipal roadways from Provincial Road 482 (See map). A section of the main park entrance road immediately adjacent to Provincial Road 482 will remain open providing ongoing public access to the boat launch on Lake of the Prairies.

    This closure will remain in effect until further notice.

  • Manitoba Provincial Park Campgrounds Get Ready to Open for the 2017 Camping ...

    While some campgrounds are scheduled to open May 12, all will be open by May 19. See more....

Here are some of the new and notable things you may come across in provincial park campgrounds this summer:

  • Manipogo, Rainbow Beach and St. Malo Campgrounds: have converted some basic campsites to electrical service.
  • Rainbow Beach and Blue Lakes Campgrounds: converted part of the Group-Use Area into Family Group-Use campsites with minimum requirements starting at three (3) camping units.
  • Paint Lake is introducing six (6) new yurts this spring.  Tulabi Falls will be introducing six (6) new yurts later in the summer.
  • Kiche Manitou Campground (Spruce Woods): campground road construction has been completed and the new campground entrance is located at the south end of the campground. Signage will be in place along Highway 5 to advise visitors.
  • Birds Hill Park is pleased to be hosting Triathlon, Open Water Swim and Cycling Road Races as part of the 2017 Canada Summer Games - July 28 to August 13.   Please expect disruptions at park gates and facilities (campground, beach, trails), and changes to traffic flow especially during cycling events on August 8th and 10th. Access to parts of the beach will be limited on race days – mostly limited to mornings.  Please respect detours and reduced speed limits and help make the games a safe and enjoyable experience for the young athletes and games volunteers. More info will be posted on the Parks web page as it becomes available.

Campers are once again reminded that the May long weekend is liquor free in all campgrounds, group-use areas and yurts, as well as cabins at Camp Morton and Hecla/Grindstone provincial parks.

It is important to note that while the Government of Canada is celebrating Canada 150 with free entry to National Parks, a provincial park pass is still required when visiting provincial parks. Passes are available at park offices, online through Canada Map Sales at, and anywhere hunting and fishing licences are sold.

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  • 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