Porcupine Provincial Forest

Where the Parkland gives way to the north, Porcupine Provincial Forest is a rugged wilderness waiting to be explored. Few roads penetrate the forest, set among the Porcupine Hills along the Manitoba escarpment, which rises to 823 m above sea level at Hart Mountain—a...

Kettle Stones Provincial Park

The 4 km2 park, on the north side of the Kettle Hills of Swan-Pelican Provincial Forest, features sandstone formations known locally as kettle stones. The stones, ranging in size from 45 cm to 5.5 meters in diameter, rise above the landscape like stone sentinels. The...

Rainbow Beach Provincial Park

Facilities include a beach, campground, scenic walks along the shore, playgrounds, picnic areas, ball diamonds, horseshoe pits, hiking trails, modern showers and washrooms, and a concession. Dauphin Lake Golf Club is 3 km away.

Manipogo Provincial Park

Named for the legendary sea monster of Lake Manitoba, Manipogo Provincial Park is a favourite among campers and anglers. The park has kilometres of beaches, boating, short hiking trails, playgrounds and camping facilities. Perhaps you can help solve the Manipogo...

Birch Island Provincial Park

In 2011, Birch Island became Manitoba’s 84th provincial park. The island is home to a variety of wildlife including bears, moose, wolves, lynx, hares, and deer, and many birds including terns, ducks, herons, gulls and pelicans. It is managed as a...