Manitoba Conservation and Water Stewardship reports thousands of campsites in provincial parks across Manitoba were booked through the Manitoba Parks Reservation Service website this morning on opening day.
The Manitoba Parks Reservation Service will begin taking campsite reservations on Monday, April 1.
Manitobans booked campground reservations in record numbers this year with thousands of reservations made through the Manitoba Parks Reservation Service website.
Campers interested in reserving a provincial park campsite can start making bookings at 7:30 a.m., Monday, April 2, as Manitoba’s Parks Reservation Service opens for the season.
Manitoba Conservation is encouraging Manitobans to take advantage of the good weather and enjoy fall camping at certain Manitoba provincial park campgrounds this weekend.
Canada Day long weekend is here and Conservation Minister Bill Blaikie reminds Manitobans to practise safety when enjoying camp fires this weekend and throughout the summer.
Campgrounds throughout provincial parks are open for Manitoba families to get outdoors and enjoy another great May long weekend.
Manitoba’s parks reservation service continues to be a very popular method of booking individual campsites, Conservation Minister Bill Blaikie said, adding that by noon, there were 11,751 reservations compared with 11,371 at noon on opening day in 2010.
Manitoba’s provincial campgrounds experienced an increase in reservations this year, despite the wettest summer and fall in Manitoba in almost 30 years, Conservation Minister Bill Blaikie announced today.
Manitoba’s provincial campgrounds experienced an increase in reservations so far this year despite wet weather this summer, Conservation Minister Bill Blaikie announced.