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Riding Mountain National Park

Equipped Campsites at Riding Mountain National Park

Mountain Equipment Co-op

No gear? No problem! We’ve got you covered!

  • Hassle free family vacations
  • Awesome trips with friends
  • Easy camping for international travellers
  • Equipment you don’t have to buy or borrow

Planning your camping trip couldn’t be easier!

Parks Canada in partnership with Mountain Equipment Co-op is now offering Equipped Campsites at Riding Mountain National Park.

Equipped Camping
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Let Parks Canada help you discover the freedom of camping!

Equipped Campsites provide the opportunity to go camping even if you don’t have camping equipment or simply want to avoid the hassle of organizing and packing everything for your camping trip.

We’ve got an Equipped Campsite waiting for you; you will need to bring a sense of adventure and your personal items (see full packing list to make sure you bring everything you need).

Go camping the easy way at Riding Mountain National Park!

We supply:

  • Unserviced site with fire pit and picnic table
  • six person tent (set up)
  • dining shelter (set up)
  • sleeping pads
  • LED lantern
  • propane stoves

Contact us at 1-204-848-PARK (7275) for more information.

Fee Schedule


Reservations for a stay in Parks Canada Equipped Campsite can be made via the Parks Canada Campground Reservation Service. This Website has all the information you need regarding terms of use as well as details concerning the refund policy.

Call: 1-204-848-PARK (7275)

Length of stay:

During the week, from Sunday to Thursday, Parks Canada Equipped Campsites can be rented for a single night.

On the weekend, however, they must be rented for a minimum stay of 2 nights, which must include Friday and Saturday nights. Maximum length of stay is 21 nights.

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