All oTENTiks in the Wasagaming Campground reopen as of July 15, 2020. The oTENTiks at Moon Lake and Lake Audy will remain closed for the season. Visit the COVID-19 and your visit to Riding Mountain National Park for updates on park facilities and services.
All oTENTiks in the Wasagaming Campground reopen as of July 15, 2020. The oTENTiks at Moon Lake and Lake Audy will remain closed for the season.
Visit the COVID-19 and your visit to Riding Mountain National Park for updates on park facilities and services.
2020 Reservation launch: January 13, 2020 at 8 am CST
The perfect camping destination for a family vacation, Wasagaming Campground is conveniently located within walking distance of Wasagaming townsite.
The Wasagaming Campground is minutes from the main beach area and pier, restaurants, playground area, tennis courts, lawn bowling, Visitor Centre, walking and biking trails, canoe, kayak and bike rentals, horseback riding, 18-hole golf course, shopping and much more.
In the evening, stroll a nearby trail, roast hotdogs and marshmallows at your site, or take part in one of our campfire programs held regularly throughout the summer at the communal fire circle.
- Open from mid-May to mid-October.
- Reservations are highly recommended during peak season: 427 sites are available to reserve.
- Maximum 6 people per site
- Check-in time: 2:00 pm
- Check-out time: 11:00 am
- Electrical (pull-through)
- Electricity and Water (back-in)
- Electricity, Water and Sewer (pull-through)
- Water service to the campsites in the Wasagaming Campground is shut off October 1st
- A small number of sites are accessible for those with mobility impairments (3-way service); to check availability and make reservations go to www.reservation.pc.gc.ca
- Washrooms with hot showers, kitchen shelters, and a dumping station.
- There are 2 unserviced family-friendly camping areas
- Cycling trails nearby
- All sites have a firepit and picnic table
Moving Firewood Spreads Harmful Pests
Help stop the spread of invasive forest pests by not moving firewood from one place to another. Buy firewood locally, burn it on site, and never bring it back home. You never know what may be hiding in or under the bark.