Message from the Minister
Welcome to the Parks Reservation Service. Camping is a
wonderful and relaxing pastime that greatly improves the quality of life
for Manitobans from all regions and every walk of life.
for an enjoyable stay in Manitoba parks.
COVID-19 and Provincial
ParksPlease continue to read because there is some important
information regarding your upcoming camping experience.
Out-of-province visitors from western Canadian jurisdictions (British Columbia, Alberta and Saskatchewan, and the Yukon, Northwest and Nunavut territories) and Northwestern Ontario (west of Terrace Bay) are welcome in all parks without self-isolating, as long as they have not travelled outside of western Canada or northwestern Ontario within the previous 14 days and are not displaying any symptoms of COVID-19. Visitors from all other jurisdictions must self-isolate for 14 days or for the duration of your stay if it is less than 14 days.
Additional information on emergency orders can be viewed
provincial parks currently remain open for you to visit, it is important
to maintain social (physical) distancing practices even while outdoors, in
the campgrounds, washrooms and shower buildings, on trails, beaches,
playgrounds and greenspaces.
If you feel unwell stay home. If you or
anyone with you begins to feel ill or experiences symptoms, which may be
COVID-19 related, return home immediately. Do not use local health
providers, unless it is an emergency.
Keep in mind that
Manitoba Parks' staff will be making extra efforts in the cleaning of our
facilities to ensure that our visitors have a safe and positive experience
at our parks.
EXTRA THINGS TO BRING: Users must
bring their own toilet paper, hand sanitizer and other personal hygiene
products to provincial campgrounds, yurts and vacation cabins. Make sure
you have all your required prescription drugs and medical supplies. Bring
water shoes or sandals for use while using shower facilities. Pack out
what you packed in and leave no trace; Gas up before you leave
CHECKING IN: Please check in at the Campground office to receive your camping permit. Please have government issued identification to obtain your permit. Due to COVID-19 and practicing social distancing you may have to wait in-line outside the office until they are finished serving the client in front of you. As an interim measure, some locations may not require you to check-in at the campground office upon your arrival. In these locations, there will be signage that indicates that you may proceed directly to your site. The campground staff will check you in automatically based on your arrival date and a camping permit will be issued and may be dropped off at your site at a later time. Please remember to have a copy of your reservation confirmation with you, so that you know, which site you booked. If you have forgotten your confirmation, site information will be posted at the campground kiosk.
OFFICE ACCESS: If at anytime you do need to go to
the campground office, we are still here to help you. Please ensure only
one person enters the office at a time, you may have to queue outside the
office. Remember to practice social (physical) distancing while you wait
your turn and please ensure only one person from your site attends the
CAMPGROUND RULES: In order that everyone enjoy
Manitoba's provincial parks, and to ensure that your camping activities do
not disrupt the activities of others, the following campground rules must
be observed. (Additional rules may be posted outside the campground
Please check Manitoba Parks Home page at http://www.manitobaparks.com/ for
the latest camping Covid19 related requirements and restrictions prior to
New for 2020: