Trails Conditions & Advisories

Covid-19 Trail Guildelines

You must practice physical distancing at all times.  Keep two metres away from other persons.

Remote facilities such as trail shelters and pit privies do not receive regular cleaning/sanitization.  Please wash your hands or use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer before and after use.

Please bring your own toilet paper, hand sanitizer and personal hygiene products.

Remember to be Wildlife Smart and practice Leave No Trace at all times.

Please review the COVID-19 notice on our homepage for updates before any park visits.

Fire & Travel Restrictions can be viewed here.

Advisories & Closures:

Hecla/Grindstone Provincial Park – Black Wolf Trail Closed
Trail is closed due to fallen trees from storm damage.  Cleanup is underway.

Stephenfield Provincial Park - Trails Closed
All trails are closed due to fallen trees from fall snowstorm.  Cleanup is underway.

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
Please use caution around the new bridge at the bottom of McGillivray Falls as landscaping is not yet completed.  Final construction should occur later this year.

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.