Parks and Protected Spaces
Group Use Areas
You don't need to worry about the little things when you are supposed to be having fun! That's why each site provides you with basic outdoor necessities like fire-pits, picnic tables, and toilet facilities. Some sites even offer picnic shelters and group fire rings.
So if you need a group use site for your family reunion, wedding or company barbeque, contact a reservation agent to find out which provincial park will suit your needs. If you are planning any special activities other than a picnic or overnight camping a Special Events Application (Birds Hill Event Application) may be required. Please contact the local district office for specific park and event information.
In order to ensure that these areas remain available for groups, there are minimum size requirements. Some Group facilities are available for use per day at a fee of $15.75 and up, while fees are assessed for overnight camping. A non-refundable reservation fee of $10.00 applies to each booking.
Manitoba Parks continues to help school and youth groups in their pursuit of enriching the experiences of children in our province. Free camping is provided to qualified groups, at all provincial group use areas. By phoning the Parks Reservation Service, you can ensure that you get the site you want, when you want it. This peace of mind is provided for the price of the reservation fee.
For more information about reserving any group use sites, please call our call center at 204-948-3333 (Wpg) or toll free 1-888-482-2267 or online at Parks Reservation Service.
Group Use FAQS
Making Group Use Reservations
Enjoy the company of family and friends in the great outdoors at Manitoba Parks! With a call to the parks reservation service, you can be certain that your special event will have the perfect backdrop. In order to ensure that these areas remain available for groups, there are minimum size requirements. Group facilities are available for the day at no charge, while fees are assessed for overnight camping.
When you are reserving, you need to remember that each campground has its own reservation window. For example, White Lake(1) has a one-day reservation window. If you wanted to arrive here on a Friday, you would need to reserve your site by the close of business on Thursday. The number of days you need to book your site in advance of your arrival is found in the list below.
Check In / Check Out
These times vary for group use areas. Your customer service representative can provide you with this information.
All reservations for Manitoba provincial park campgrounds, group use and cabin facilities require payment at the time of booking. By paying for the reservation, the customer agrees to abide by all applicable rules and regulations that are a condition of a camping/cabin permit. The customer also agrees to be bound by the cancellation policies in effect. A non-refundable $10.00 reservation fee applies to all reservations.