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Welcome to Manitoba's Provincial Parks

Experience the rich cultural heritage and enjoy the spectacular beauty of our provincial parks. More than four million incredible hectares of land and water set aside in 92 provincial parks protected for your enjoyment. Choose from lush boreal forests, perfect prairie parklands, intriguing historic sites, sandy beaches, pristine lakes and crystal streams.

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 camping reservations, special programs, maps, news and more

Come discover Manitoba's treasures in provincial parks.


Important News and Program Updates

Updated October 4, 2022


Winnipeg Office Closure

Our office at 200 Saulteaux Crescent is temporarily closed for building repairs.  In-person payments for the Parks Reservation Service and elicensing/Park Vehicle Permits can be made at 1007 Century Street.


Spruce Woods Provincial Park designated Manitoba’s first Dark-Sky Preserve.


Nopiming Provincial Park: PR 314 is closed at the Manigotagan River crossing north to the junction of PR 304. Check www.manitoba511.ca before travelling to the park to plan your route.

  • Watercraft Restrictions: To minimize potential erosion caused by boat wakes on lakes with high water levels, recreational motor boat restrictions are in place. Recreational Motor Boat traffic is prohibited from operating within 100 metres of shorelines on Beresford, Long Lake, Bird Lake, Booster Lake, Davidson, and Flanders Lakes. When exiting or approaching the shoreline, boats should move directly out from land and avoid creating a wake where possible.

Whiteshell Provincial Park

  • Watercraft Restrictions: To minimize potential erosion caused by boat wakes on lakes with high water levels, recreational motor boat restrictions are in place. Recreational Motor Boat traffic is prohibited from operating within 100 metres of shorelines on West Hawk, Falcon, Caddy, Star, Jessica, White, Big Whiteshell, Betula, Nutimik, Dorothy, Margaret, Eleanor, and the shoreline adjacent to the Pointe du Bois subdivision. When exiting or approaching the shoreline, boats should move directly out from land and avoid creating a wake where possible. Travel is not recommended on the Winnipeg River above Lamprey Falls.

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