Riding Mountain National Park
Riding Mountain National Park is as fun in the winter as it is during the rest of the year. The big, blue skies, pure snow, and crisp air provide a bold backdrop for some exceptional winter outings.
Immerse yourself in activities like cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, ice fishing, skating, wildlife viewing, winter camping, picnicking and traction kiting for a fresh perspective of winter in the park. .
Try camping the easy way in a Parks Canada oTENTik.
Wake to the sound of American Robins and Redstarts in spring and experience the outdoor life in a Parks Canada oTENTik perfect for camping newbies and families who like a little more room.
Hiking and biking the Manitoba Escarpment
For thousands of years people have explored the Manitoba Escarpment, gathering native plants like high bush cranberries and red osier dogwood for food and medicine. Hike or bike in their footsteps 1200 feet above Winnipeg. Build a sandcastle and splash in the lake, find your beach bliss at Wasagaming
Discover an idyllic beach break getaway in the heart of Riding Mountain National Park. Explore the trails and immerse yourself in the beauty of the prairies, smile as you feel the sand between your toes. Kick off your flip flops and dance at a day of beach-side fun and music
Enjoy the laid-back atmosphere of the annual beach-side outdoor concert at Clear Lake, Wasagaming in Riding Mountain National Park. Dance under the trees and clap your hands to the music.
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Protect your pets
Wild animals roam free in National Parks. Keep your pets on a leash and supervised so that they do not harass wildlife, provoke attacks or endanger people. Please be courteous and clean up after your pets.
A Riding Mountain National Park fishing license is required to fish in park waters.
Leave it for others to enjoy
Take nothing but photos and leave nothing but your footprints.
A backcountry permit is required for overnight backcountry visits. Fees apply.