Facilities and Services
Access for persons with Disabilities
We are pleased to offer services and facilities to visitors with mobility, hearing and visual disabilities. All facilities listed are wheelchair accessible.
VOICE: (204) 848-PARK (7275)
FAX: (204) 848-2596
- Pathways around building and gardens
- Washroom plus baby change table.
- Exhibits (hands-on and tactile)
- Park model with audio
- All-terrain wheelchair (assistance required), child's and standard wheelchairs
- All-terrain baby strollers
- Outdoor water fountain
- Picnic shelter (at rear of Centre).
- Elevator to second floor.
- Full service campsites
- Washrooms + showers
- Pay telephone.
- Wishing Well - parking, outhouse
- Lakeshore Walk (0.5 km (0.3 mile) trail)
- Omminik Marsh Trail (1.9 km (1.2 miles)) [floating boardwalk, assistance may be required].
- Washrooms and change rooms (Beach Bath House)
- Boardwalk to outdoor shower, water's edge and benches
- Tennis courts
- Outdoor chess and checkers games
Accessible yurt in Wasagaming Campground
© Parks Canada
The Visitor Centre should be your first stop when you visit Wasagaming. The Centre acts as the "nerve centre" of the park. You will receive up-to-date information on interpretive programs, park and town facilities, trails, and even the weather. The Discovery Room is alive with real life scenes from the park. Come face to face with a wolf or moose, and learn about the factors that influence the park and its wildlife. Visit the Nature Shop, run by the park's co-operating association, Friends of Riding Mountain National Park. Inside you will find a wide selection of nature-related toys, books, clothes and crafts. Finally, the Visitor Centre is one of the places where you can purchase fishing licenses, park vehicle passes, and park interpretive program tickets.
Visitor Centre in the Wasagaming Townsite, in Riding Mountain National Park
© Parks Canada
Other Facilities for Rent:
Bandstand or Flower Garden : Picturesque settings for wedding ceremonies. Each facility is for rent at $68.70 per 1.5 hours(90 minutes). 3 hours maximum time limit.
Bandstand in Wasagaming Townsite © Parks Canada
Arbour © Parks Canada
Visitor Centre grounds © Parks Canada
Flower Garden © Parks Canada
Group Camping: Camp Kippechewin and Ma-ma-o-pe are group camps available for private functions, on a reservation basis. Fees.
Camp Kippechewin: 10 people minimum, 60 people maximum. Fire circle, kitchen shelter and privies. Corral and hitching rail. Located on the west shore of Clear Lake (off the Clear Lake trail, but also accessible by road), 14.7 km (9 miles) from Wasagaming. Reservations and a deposit is required.
Ma-ma-o-pe: 10 people minimum, 40 people maximum. Fire circle, kitchen shelter and privies. 13.3 km (8 miles) from Wasagaming on Highway 10. Reservations and a deposit is required.
Lake Audy: Located 44 km (27 miles) from Wasagaming off Hwy 354. Lake Audy campground is a prairie landscape with a beautiful lakeside view. Sites 1-4 have been designated as a reservable group camping area with close access to the beach and kitchen shelter. A perfect site for groups to enjoy fishing, paddling, and wildlife viewing, including the nearby bison herd.
- Reservations and a deposit are required
- 10 people minimum, 30 people maximum
- Accommodates tents and small trailers
- Amenities include picnic tables, firepits, firewood, kitchen shelter, fish cleaning station, pit privies and well water
- Beach access
Lake Audy Horse Corral: 20 people/25 horses (4 corrals) capacity. Three fire grills, picnic tables and privies. 41.1 km (25 miles) from Wasagaming via Highway 10 and Lake Audy Road. Reservations and a deposit is required. (Horse use directive available at the Visitor Centre). Fees.
All facilities must be booked in advance. Please contact us for booking information and available dates.