Kettle Stones Provincial Park is on the north side of the Kettle Hills, in the Swan-Pelican Provincial Forest. Visitors are greeted by the fragrances of jack pine, spruce, trembling aspen, juniper, birch and ground cedar. Only 4 km2 in size, the park features sandstone concretions known locally as the kettle stones. Its open areas, or meadows, have Manitoba's and possibly Canada's, most northwestern patches of big bluestem - a grass associated with the tall grass prairie.
Located 70 km (45 mi.) northeast of the town of Swan River