Park Facilities and Services

From rustic hideaways nestled in the trees, to full-service campgrounds with every amenity, Manitoba parks have it all.


Manitoba’s provincial parks offer you the opportunity to be close to nature with your family and friends.

Our campgrounds are managed to ensure that everybody has a pleasant stay.

There are many different types of camping opportunities across Manitoba provincial parks. Come for a night or stay for a week. Create new memories with family and friends.  Select a region, choose a park, plan some activities and let Manitoba do the rest. Campers Guide (PDF) , Operating Dates (PDF) , Parks Reservation Service (PDF) .

Seasonal Camping

If you love camping in Manitoba’s provincial parks, you may be interested in seasonal camping. A select number of campgrounds offer seasonal campsites on a lottery basis for a seasonal fee. You have the opportunity to enjoy holidays throughout the summer with the convenience of the same site for the entire season.

The 2024 Seasonal Campers’ Guide and Application form is now available:

2024 Seasonal Camping Guide (PDF)

Applications for the 2024 seasonal camping draw are now closed.


  • You may only apply for one campground. Do not submit an application for more than one location.
  • Only one application per family is permitted.
  • You must be a Manitoba Resident in order to participate in the Seasonal Camping draw. Out-of-province residents are welcome to apply for unallocated sites after the preliminary site selection has been completed.
  • Applicants who are successful in the draw will be contacted by telephone during the time period outlined in the Seasonal Campers’ Guide. The process will vary by location and further details will be included in the notification letter. Please ensure that your application includes the phone number where you can be reached.
  • Be prepared to indicate your selection in order of preference. Seasonal campground maps can be found below.
  • By submitting an application, you agree to comply with the rules within the Seasonal Campers’ Guide, Conditions of Application and Site Selection.

For complete program details please refer to the Seasonal Campers’ Guide, email or call 204-945-3934 to speak with the Seasonal Camping program coordinator.

Seasonal Campground Maps


There are over 50 campgrounds spread throughout Manitoba’s provincial parks that offer camping on a nightly basis and many of them can be booked in advance through the Parks Reservation Service. There are a variety of experiences to suit your needs, from rustic backcountry campsites to large fully services campsites.

Cabins and Yurts

Comfort Camping is the easiest way to camp in Manitoba's provincial parks. No tent? No problem! There's no need to haul a trailer or drive an RV either. Instead, stay in the comfort of a cabin or the coziness of a yurt. Comfort Camping accommodations come fully furnished and ready to enjoy. Try this unique, affordable alternative to traditional camping in Manitoba's provincial parks. Comfort Camping Brochure (PDF)

Fall Camping

Imagine pitching your tent or parking your trailer on a quilt of autumn colours. Experience the crisp, clean air and fall colours of autumn in Manitoba.  Select provincial park campgrounds remain open as late as Thanksgiving. Fall Camping (PDF)

Group-Use Sites

Planning a family gathering, youth or school outing? Experience your special event in Manitoba's great outdoors. Choose from over 80 group use sites located across the province. Group use areas can accommodate multiple families or large numbers of people who want to camp or visit in close proximity to one another. From large open areas to scenic treed sites, our provincial parks have the amenities to make your get-together a success. Group-Use Brochure (PDF)

Backcountry Camping

Backcountry camping offers a way to enjoy unique areas in provincial parks that visitors may otherwise never get a chance to experience. Manitoba Parks has three types of backcountry camping opportunities available (walk-in, water route and wilderness). These experiences range from relatively easy overnight adventures to multi-day (or week) treks.