The Manitoba government is offering free park entry for the entire month of February to encourage Manitobans and visitors to explore the many winter activities available in provincial parks.
The Department of Natural Resources and Northern Development’s Manitoba Parks branch is inviting all Manitobans to enjoy the great outdoors for the last long weekend of summer with free entry to provincial parks.
As part of its commitment to protect biodiversity across the province, the Manitoba government is designating Pemmican Island on Lake Winnipegosis as a provincial park to protect the area’s ecosystems, wildlife habitat and unique landscapes.
The Manitoba government is once again offering free entry to all provincial parks for a full week in mid-July, including Canada’s Parks Day weekend.
Manitoba Parks advises the Otter Falls campground in Whiteshell Provincial Park will be ready to welcome campers starting June 29, just in time for the Canada Day long weekend.
Manitoba families have an extra day to cast a line into their favourite lakes for free during this year’s Family Fishing Weekend, June 9 through June 11.
The province of Manitoba has announced that a number of provincial parks in southern Manitoba will welcome campers this weekend, officially kicking off the 2023 season.
The Manitoba government has signed a memorandum of understanding with the Manitoba Provincial Parks Cabin Owners Association to advance and modernize a collaborative approach to address the interests of approximately 6,200 cottage owners within Manitoba’s provincial parks.
Natural Resources and Northern Development Minister Greg Nesbitt announced that Manitobans can now begin planning summer camping adventures using the new Parks Reservation Service.