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Riding Mountain National Park

Other Front-Country Campgrounds

First come – first serve camping with self-registration mid-May to mid-October. For information call 1-204-848-7275.

Lake Audy Campground

Located 44 km west of Wasagaming off Hwy 354. Prairie landscape, mostly open with minimal shade. Offers beautiful lakeside unserviced sites suitable for tents and RVs and is the perfect spot to watch the sun go down. Campers can enjoy the lake, playground, fishing and the nearby bison herd. The area provides many opportunities for wildlife viewing, especially in the fall when the elk are bugling.

Camping © Parks Canada
  • Self-registration
  • 32 unserviced sites with firepits and picnic tables 
  • RV dump station 
  • Accessible toilets 
  • Kitchen shelters 
  • Water pump 
  • Firewood 
  • Boat launch 
  • Fish cleaning station 
  • Nearby trails include Strathclair, Central, and Grasshopper Valley 
  • Fee information

 

Whirlpool Lake Campground (tenting only)

On Hwy 19, 15 km (9.5 miles) from Wasagaming. This small, intimate campground provides large walk-in unserviced tenting sites with views of Whirlpool Lake. Sites vary from open to semi-wooded with fair to moderate privacy. Parking is available at the campground entrance, approximately 50 metres from the campsites. Campers can enjoy hiking, swimming, canoeing, kayaking and non-motorized boating.

  • Self-registration 
  • 15 unserviced sites with firepits and picnic tables; tenting only (must carry your equipment 50 metres) 
  • Kitchen shelter 
  • Firewood 
  • Accessible privy 
  • Boat dock 
  • Nearby trails include Cowan Lake, Grey Owl, and Gorge Creek 
  • Fee information
Fall camping © Parks Canada

Moon Lake Campground

Walking dogs © Parks Canada

Located 35 km (22 miles) north of Wasagaming off Hwy 10. Moon Lake offers a wide range of unserviced sites suitable for tents and RVs including private wooded sites and sites overlooking Moon Lake. Accessible sites are available for visitors with mobility impairments. Don't miss the 9.2 km (5.75 miles) Moon Lake trail that circles the lake.

  • Self-registration 
  • 29 unserviced sites with firepits and picnic tables 
  • Accessible washrooms with flush toilets 
  • Firewood 
  • Day-use area 
  • Boat dock (no vehicle access) 
  • Nearby trails include Moon Lake, Boreal , and Kippan’s Mill 
  • Fee information

Deep Lake Campground

Located on Hwy 45, 110 km (69 miles) west of Wasagaming or 25 km north of Rossburn. Deep Lake is a remote, peaceful campground with unserviced sites overlooking the lake and opportunities for canoeing, hiking, biking, and wildlife viewing. Sites vary from open to semi-wooded with fair to moderate privacy. 

Fall camping © Parks Canada
  • Self-registration 
  • 12 unserviced sites with firepits and picnic tables 
  • RV dump station 
  • Accessible toilets 
  • Boat dock 
  • Nearby trails include Tilson Lake, Birdtail, and Central 
  • Fee information

 

 

 

Campground Host Program 

A wonderful way for outgoing people to volunteer and share experiences with enthusiastic Park visitors.