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Important News and Program Updates

Updated June 29, 2022


Flood Information

Manitoba Parks staff continue to monitor the evolving flood situation closely, assess conditions daily and co-ordinate with multiple agencies in its preparedness and response. 

All park visitors should check www.manitoba511.ca for road closures and potential detours before travelling to parks. Park visitors are reminded to obey road and trail closures and not attempt to drive through flooded areas or across damaged bridges

Continue reading below for park specific advisories and campground closures.  Check trail closures here.  Closures may be extended if flooding and wet 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.


Birch Point Provincial Park: Park is closed due to overland flooding and high water on Lake of the Woods.  Campground and the boat launch is closed until at least July 15.


Duck Mountain Provincial Park:  PR 367 is closed between PTH 10 and Singush Lake. Check www.manitoba511.ca before travelling to the park to plan your route.


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 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. When exiting or approaching the shoreline, boats should move directly out from land and avoid creating a wake where possible.
  • Campgrounds: Bird Lake campsites along the water remain closed until at least July 8, and the Tulabi Falls walk-in backcountry sites remain closed until at least at least July 15.

Rainbow Beach Provincial Park: Campground closed until at least July 8 due to wet conditions from overland flooding.  Beach is open for day use.  Water levels on Dauphin Lake remain very high and any strong northern winds could cause additional overland flooding in the park.


Whiteshell Provincial Park – Phased Reopening of northern Whiteshell Area.

The State of Local Emergency is still in place due to high water levels throughout the park and expires July 18. Manitoba Parks is continuously evaluating the situation and will rescind the order if it is no longer required.

PR 307 is closed between Nutimik Lake and the Bannock Point Petroforms due to flood waters over the Rennie River bridge at Heart Lake. Betula Lake, Bannock Point Petroforms and the Pine Point Rapids Trail can only be accessed from the south via Rennie. Check www.manitoba511.ca for closures and detours before travelling to the park.

Manitoba Transportation and Infrastructure is continuing ongoing repairs of PR 307 and PR 309 throughout the north Whiteshell. Expect delays when travelling in the park, use caution and drive slow when coming up to or passing work crews.

Water fill stations and pump houses in the north Whiteshell may be operating under a boil water order until the water tests safe for consumption. Campers, cottagers and residents returning to the park should be prepared to boil their water or supply their own drinking water.

  • Campgrounds: Seasonal campers at Betula Lake, Dorothy Lake, Opapiskaw and Nutimik Lake can return June 30. Some sites at Old Nutimik have extended closures due to flood waters.
  • Nightly campsites at Betula Lake, Opapiskaw and Nutimik Lake will reopen on July 1. Water view sites at Opapiskaw and Nutimik Lake remain closed until at least July 15 due to flood waters. 

    White Lake campground will remain closed until at least July 15, and the Otter Falls campground will remain closed until at least July 29 due to flood waters in these campgrounds.

  • 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 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. All traffic on Whiteshell lakes should be aware of debris, items submerged below the surface, and areas of floating bog. The Caddy Lake Tunnels are closed and travel is not recommended on the Winnipeg River above Lamprey Falls.

  • Boat Launch Closures: The following boat launches are closed: Big Creek, Otter Falls, Opapiskaw, Block 1 Nutimik, Nutimik Campground and White Lake. Public can expect open launches to be without docks, high water is preventing repair and placement of docks throughout the park.

  • Beach users are advised to use caution as swim buoy lines have not yet been installed in all designated swim areas and there may be submerged debris in swim areas.

  • Trails & Water Routes: Check updates and closures here.

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