Trails Conditions & Advisories

Updated July 20, 2022

Trails users in all parks can expect wet conditions in low lying areas.  Please report any significant maintenance concerns to the local park office.


Advisories & Closures:

Please respect all closures.  Do not cross barricades.


Beaudry Provincial Park
  • Assiniboine River: Caution advised as water levels are high with strong currents. Paddling on the river is not recommended at this time.
  • The Oak, Wild Grape and Elm trails are CLOSED due to overland flooding.
Nopiming Provincial Park
  • Fire of 83 Self-guiding Trail is not accessible due to the road closure on PR 314 between Manigotagan River and the junction of PR 304.  Check www.manitoba511.ca before travelling to the park for road conditions.
Spruce Woods Provincial Park
  • Assiniboine River: Caution advised as water levels are high with strong currents. Paddling on the river is not recommended at this time.
  • Spring Ridge Self-guiding Trail has a closed bridge halfway around the trail due to floodwaters.  Trail remains open for in-and-out access only; do not attempt to cross the bridge.
Whiteshell Provincial Park
  • The following trails are closed due to flooding/washouts: Falcon Marsh Trail (between the Marina and the Beach Campground), Trans Canada Trail between Howe Bay to the quarry, and between Faloma and the Whiteshell Community Club).
  • Bear Lake Trail is CLOSED for construction.  New boardwalks and trail surfacing are expected to be completed in late 2022.
  • Backcountry campsites above Lamprey Falls on Winnipeg River are closed due to flooding.  Travel not recommended above Lamprey Falls.
  • Caddy Lake Tunnels are open, caution advised as water levels remain high with strong currents.  Paddling through the tunnels is not recommended at this time.