Trails Conditions

Practice Social Distancing!

Parks remain open for you to visit and enjoy the outdoors.  Hike, bike or ski to get some fresh air, embrace the outdoors and become healthy by nature.   You MUST practice social distancing at all times.  Please share this information with your family and friends.

  • Stay over 2 metres away from other persons.
  • Announce your presence on trails if approaching someone from behind.
  • Pack out everything you packed in and keeps pets on a short leash.

Expect limited access to facilities.  You are responsible for your own safety.  For accurate information on COVID-19, visit manitoba.ca/covid19


Winter Trail Grooming Update: March 27, 2020

Spring conditions have arrived across much of the province.  Trails will only be regroomed if significant new snowfall occurs and temperatures are below freezing.<.p>

On ski and walking trails, expect icy patches during spring freeze/thaw cycles.  Trails will become soft as snow and frost melts.

All snowmobile trails are now closed.

Other Advisories:

Spruce Woods Provincial Park – Epinette Trail Cabin 4 (Jackfish Lake) Closed
Cabin is closed due to flood water.

Turtle Mountain Provincial Park -John Lake Trail Re-route
The John Lake Trail (part of the Adam Lake Trail Network) has been re-routed away form the Canada-USA border. The old route is closed and no longer a designated route. See map.

Whiteshell Provincial Park - McGillivray Falls Trail Closed
Trail is closed for bridge reconstruction.  Expected reopening Spring 2020.

William Lake Provincial Park - Turtle's Back Hiking Trail
The top level of the observation tower at the Turtles Back Summit is closed for repairs. The lower level of the tower remain open.

Please continue to check this webpage and follow Manitoba Parks on Twitter and Facebook for updates across the provincial park system as conditions improve and regular grooming begins.