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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

Parks Fire & Travel Restrictions


COVID-19: Information for Park Visitors (PDF)


Spruce Woods Provincial Park - Kiche Manitou Campground partial closure closure (Bays 1-7) - effective July 3, 2020
Spruce Woods Provincial Park, Kiche Manitou campground (Bays 1-7) will be closing in the lower campground as precautionary measure, due to recent heavy rainfalls and potential flooding of the Assiniboine River and its tributaries. The current campground closure is in place until at least July 6. This closure may be extended, depending on how the situation evolves. Reservation holders will be notified if they are impacted by the closure.


Rivers Provincial Park closed due to flooding - effective June 30, 2020
Rivers Provincial Park is currently closed to the public due to recent heavy rainfalls and flooding on Lake Wahtopanah. The current campground closure is in place until at least July 9.  This closure may be extended, depending on how the situation evolves.  Reservation holders will be notified if they are impacted by the closure.  Please check back for updates.


Lake St. George Provincial Park: Access Restricted
Due to COVID-19, travel may be restricted through Peguis First Nation, preventing access to Lake St. George Provincial Park via PR 224. Please consider postponing your visit at this time.


Portage Spillway Provincial Park is closed to the public, until further notice.
The spillway forms part of the Portage Diversion infrastructure and is currently in use for flood mitigation purposes, necessitating the closure of the park.


Singush Lake in Duck Mountain Provincial Park has been reopened for boat access. More information here.


Notice to Trappers: Interim restrictions on licenced trapping activity in provincial parks continue to be in place.​