Bodnaruk Hill

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Municipal Authority

Rural Municipality of Riding Mountain West

Crown Lands

Existing Subdivision


Lake front lots are separated from the water by a natural Crown/Public Reserve that may vary from 30 to 91 metres (100 to 300 feet) in depth depending on location.

Bodnaruk Hill

The impoundment of water created by the Shellmouth dam is known as the Lake of the Prairies and is naturally confined by both the Assiniboine and Shell River Valleys. It is important to note that water levels fluctuate throughout the year. The Asessippi Provincial Park is situated at the south end of the lake and provides important regional and provincial water-oriented recreational opportunities, allowing for a year-round cottage based leisure activity. The subdivision is located in the aspen-oak parkland of the Boreal Forest Region, where trembling aspen is the dominant tree species. The subdivision offers spectacular views of sloping valleys which are ideal habitats for white-tailed deer, coyotes, raccoons and the occasional elk or moose.




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Getting There:

Bodnaruk Hill subdivision is located along the east shore of the Lake of the Prairies, about 392 km northwest of Winnipeg or about 23 km north of the Shellmouth Dam. The subdivision is located approximately 4.5 hours from Winnipeg or about 2 hours northwest of Brandon near the Manitoba- Saskatchewan border, the subdivision is located on the west shore of the Lake of the Prairies. Access is primarily north on PTH 83 from the Town of Russell approximately 34 km and then west 6 km on a gravel road, or on PTH 83 about 13 km south of the Town of Roblin and then west 6 km on a gravel road.

Location and Description of Subdivision

The Bodnaruk Hill subdivision is a 43-lot subdivision located on the eastern shore of the Lake of the Prairies in the RM of Riding Mountain West. Average lot size is 35m x 60m (115ft x 197ft), but may vary due to topography or other requirements. The boat launch is located at the south end of the subdivision. The subdivision does not have access to a public beach.


The subdivision has gravel road access and local services and amenities are provided in the nearby Town of Roblin, approximately 12 minutes to the north or the Town of Inglis, approximately 30 minutes to the south. The subdivision is pre-serviced by Manitoba Hydro and Manitoba Telecom Services (MTS). The lot holder is responsible for contacting Manitoba Hydro and MTS directly to arrange and pay for cottage hook-up.

For all other inquiries please contact:

Chris Reynolds
Crown Land Management Specialist
123 Main Street
Neepawa, MB  R0J 1H0
Phone: 431-351-1401 Fax: 204-476-7539