Trails Conditions & Advisories

Updated May 18, 2022

Trails users can expect poor conditions in areas of overland flooding and wet spring conditions.  Please report any significant overland flooding or maintenance concerns to the park office.

Advisories & Closures:

Please respect all closures.  Do not cross barricades.


Beaudry Provincial Park

The Oak, Wild Grape and Elm trails are CLOSED due to overland flooding.

Duck Mountain Provincial Park

Travel not advised in the park due to overland flooding and road washouts.  All trails and canoe routes closed.

Manigotagan River Provincial Park

Travel not advised in the park due to overland flooding and road washouts.  Canoe route closed.

Nopiming Provincial Park

Travel not advised in the park due to overland flooding and road washouts.  All trails and canoe routes closed.

Turtle Mountain Provincial Park
  • Disappearing Lakes Trail, West Main Road and Oskar Lake Road are closed until at least June 1 due to fallen tees and overland flooding.
  • Oskar Lake Water Route is still accessible from Max Lake, however paddlers should be prepared to encounter high water and downed trees on portages.
  • Adam Lake Trails are open however trail users should be prepared to encounter wet areas and downed trees.
Whiteshell Provincial Park
  • The following trails are CLOSED due to overland flooding: Alfred Hole, Hunt Lake, Mantario, Falcon Marsh Trail (between Falcon Lake Marina and Beach Campground), Trans Canada Trail at Penniac Bay, and Whiteshell River.  Pine Point, Foresters Footsteps and Bannock Point Petroforms are also closed due to flood waters on PR 307 preventing access. 
  • Hikers should be prepared to encounter high water especially at McGillivray Falls and Rainbow Falls. Water is still very cold and extra caution should be used near shorelines.
  • Mantario Canoe Route is CLOSED due to overland flooding on portages.
  • Bear Lake Trail is CLOSED for construction.  New boardwalks and trail surfacing are expected to be completed in 2022.