Camping

Take your canoe out on a crystal clear lake during an early morning sunrise as the mist clears.  Hear the sounds of a Canada Loon in the distance.  Now imagine the scent of sweet pine as you roast marshmallows under the stars.  Camping offers the opportunity to be close to nature like no other experinece. Reserve your campsite in advance or take a road trip East and discover where it takes you.

Privately owned parks provide campers with unique camping experiences such as pools, hot tubs, golf courses, and unique activities in a family environment. Friendly personal service will make you feel right at home. Most offer both overnight and seasonal camping and many accept reservations year round. Renewable seasonal leases, winter storage and no draws add up to customer convenience and value.

Backcountry camping in provincial parks is permitted only at designated sites and fires are permitted only in the firepits that are provided.  A provincial park pass is required but not a backcountry permit. Be sure to plan your trip in advance.  Backcountry camping is not for the faint of heart.  Leave only footprints, take only pictures.

For provincial parks camping visit prspub.gov.mb.ca or call1-888-482-2267.

For privately owned campgrounds in Eastern Manitoba visit www.macap.ca.