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Important News and Program Updates

Updated May 26, 2022


Flood Information

Several parks are experiencing high water conditions resulting in road closures.  Check www.manitoba511.ca before travelling to parks.

Whiteshell Provincial Park – CLOSURE & EVACUATION ORDER for the northern Whiteshell from the Seven Sisters entrance at the north end of the park along Provincial Road (PR) 307 eastward to the junction of PR 307 and PR 309. Affected areas include Sylvia Lake, Eleanor Lake, Otter Falls, Dorothy Lake, Barrier Bay, Nutimik Lake and Betula Lake. No person shall reside in or enter the closure area. The closure area applies to all cottage subdivisions, commercial areas, campgrounds, group use, day use, recreational and picnic areas, playgrounds, trails and beaches. Additionally, all backcountry campsites are closed in Whiteshell Provincial Park.

Duck Mountain, Nopiming & Manigotagan River Provincial Parks: Travel is not recommended due to multiple road washouts. All backcountry canoe routes and campsites are closed. Anyone in the area should be prepared to stay for a couple of days if conditions deteriorate. Conditions may change quickly. All travel should be avoided after dark. Road use restricted to local traffic only and should be minimized to avoid increasing damage.

Continue reading below for campground closures and additional advisories.

Provincial Flood Information: manitoba.ca/flooding


Campground Closures

The following campgrounds have ongoing closures in place:

  • Whiteshell Provincial Park nightly and seasonal campgrounds at Otter Falls, Opapiskaw, Dorothy Lake, Nutimik Lake, Betula Lake and White Lake, and the nightly campground at Big Whiteshell Lake, are closed until at least June 6 under the evacuation order in the northern Whiteshell;
  • Blue Lakes, Childs Lake, Singush Lake and Wellman Lake campgrounds in Duck Mountain Provincial Park are closed until at least June 2 due to road washouts.
  • Bird Lake, Beresford Lake, Black Lake, Shoe Lake and Tulabi Falls campgrounds in Nopiming Provincial Park are closed until at least June 2 due to overland flooding and road washouts.
  • Camp Morton Provincial Park campground has partial closure of some sites until at least June 2 due to wet conditions and soft ground;
  • St. Malo Provincial Park campground has a partial closure of some sites until at least June 2 due to overland flooding.
  • Rivers Provincial Park campground has a partial closure of some sites in low-lying areas until at least June 2, due to overland flooding.
  • Adam Lake Campground in Turtle Mountain Provincial Park has a partial closure of some sites in low-lying areas until at least May 30.
  • Watchorn Provincial Park campground has a partial closure of sites in low-lying areas until at least May 30.
  • Lake St. George Provincial Park campground is closed until further notice due to flooded access roads.

Services such as drinking water and washrooms may be limited or reduced in some areas as a result of late spring conditions which are delaying the seasonal setup and operation of water lines. Campers are advised to plan accordingly for potential service reductions and pack adequate drinking water.

Closures may be extended if flooding and high water conditions continue. Reservation holders and seasonal campers will be contacted and their fees refunded if their campsite is affected by a closure. Campers should not pre-emptively cancel reservations before being notified of a site closure, otherwise cancellation policies will apply.


May 23, 2022 - North Whiteshell Provincial Park Expanded Closure Area


State of Local Emergency - Bulletin for Whiteshell Provincial Park


Whiteshell Boat Launch Closures & Watercraft Restrictions

The following boat launches are closed due to flooded access and unstable launch conditions: Big Creek, White Lake, Jessica Lake, Rennie River/ Heart Lake on PR 307 near Betula, Nutimik Block 1, Nutimik Campground, Opapiskaw, Otter Falls, South Shore Big Whiteshell, Toniata and Falcon Beach Campground.  The Caddy Lake Tunnels and the Mantario Canoe Route are also closed.

To minimize potential erosion caused by boat wakes recreational motor boat restrictions are now in place. Recreational Motor Boat traffic is prohibited from operating within 100 metres of shorelines on West Hawk, Falcon, Caddy, Star, Brereton, Jessica, White, Big Whiteshell, Betula, Nutimik, Dorothy, Margaret and Eleanor Lakes in Whiteshell Provincial Park. When exiting or approaching the shoreline, boats should move directly out from land and avoid creating a wake where possible. All traffic on Whiteshell lakes should be aware of debris and areas of floating bog


Nopiming Watercraft Restrictions

To minimize potential erosion caused by boat wakes recreational motor boat restrictions are now 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 in Nopiming Provincial Park. When exiting or approaching the shoreline, boats should move directly out from land and avoid creating a wake where possible.


Duff Roblin Provincial Park

  • Access from Turnbull Drive/Pembina Highway is closed due to Red River Floodway operations.  Access remains open from St. Mary’s Avenue (PR 200).  
  • Construction activity is occurring at the park.  Please use caution when visiting the park and stay away from closed areas and work crews.  The viewing ramp and platform is open.

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