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Riding Mountain National Park

Parks Canada’s Infrastructure Program

What to know before you visit

Parks Canada is investing an unprecedented $3 billion dollars over 5 years to support infrastructure work to heritage, visitor, waterway and highway assets located within national historic sites, national parks, and national marine conservation areas across Canada. These investments represent the largest federal infrastructure plan in the history of Parks Canada.

Investments in visitor infrastructure – such as trails, visitor centres and campgrounds, as well as highways, parkways and bridges – will ensure the quality and reliability of visitor facilities and continue to allow Canadians to connect with nature.

When visiting or driving through Riding Mountain National Park on Highway 10, you may encounter one or more construction zones while we complete this important work. Please plan ahead before you travel to avoid inconvenience.

Infrastructure Projects in Riding Mountain National Park

For a list of infrastructure projects that may impact visitors, see below:

Kilometre 0 - 26

Paving on Highway 10 in Riding Mountain National Park

Starting September 6, 2016 until mid-November, Parks Canada is undertaking roadway rehabilitation works and asphalt overlay paving on Highway 10 in Riding Mountain National Park from the South Gate entrance to km 26.7.

To help you plan your travel through the park, please note that there will be the following:

  • Single lane alternating traffic, speed reductions to 50 km/hour, traffic control personnel, and up to 20 minute delays. Be prepared to stop.
  • Construction hours of work are from 07:00 to 19:00 Monday to Saturday. There is no work on Sunday, statutory holidays and long weekends (07:00pm Thursday before the weekend until Tuesday 07:00am after the long weekend).

To plan ahead before you travel, please visit

For more information, please contact:

Rae Kingdon
Public Relations & Communications Officer
Riding Mountain National Park

*Please note: This is not an exhaustive list of infrastructure projects underway in Riding Mountain National Park. Only projects that may impact visitors are listed.

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