Manitoba Parks Reopen, Others Stay Closed

Parks Reopen, Others Closed

WINNIPEG - Manitoba Parks is reopening a number of campgrounds in Nopiming and Duck Mountain.

All campgrounds in Duck Mountain and Tulabi Falls campground in Nopiming will open up again on Saturday.

The following campgrounds remain closed because of overland flooding and wet conditions:

  • Adam Lake campground in Turtle Mountain Provincial Park has a partial site closure until at least June 9;
  • Birch Point Provincial Park campground and boat launch is closed until at least June 9;
  • Camp Morton Provincial Park has a partial campsite and yurt closure until at least June 5;
  • Manipogo Provincial Park has a partial campsite closure until at least June 9;
  • Rainbow Beach Provincial Park is closed until at least June 9;
  • Rivers Provincial Park has a partial campsite closure until at least June 9;
  • St. Malo Provincial Park has a partial campsite closure until at least June 16;
  • Nopiming Provincial Park:
  • Bird Lake and Black Lake campgrounds closed until at least June 16;
  • Beresford Lake and Shoe Lake campgrounds closed until at least June 9;
  • Tulabi Falls walk-in backcountry sites will remain closed until at least June 9 and Yurt 3 will remain closed until at least June 30.
  • Watchorn Provincial Park has a partial campsite closure until at least June 7; and
  • Whiteshell Provincial Park:
  • Big Whiteshell campground nightly campsites closed until at least June 9;
  • Caddy Lake campground has a partial site closure until at least June 9; and
  • Otter Falls, Opapiskaw, Dorothy Lake, Nutimik Lake, Betula Lake and White Lake campgrounds closed until at least June 30.


TOPICS:   Manitoba News

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