Park management

Riding Mountain National Park

This is Riding Mountain National Park and the traditional territory of the Anishinabe People. We are in Treaty 2 territory, which is also at the crossroads of the First Nations that belong to the Treaty 1 and Treaty 4. Together, we work to protect and present this special place.

See the vast prairie skies blaze apricot and gold and watch a moose take a refreshing dip in cool waters. Thrill to witness the shimmering green lights of the aurora borealis and hike a gorge worn deep from thousands of years of erosion. Find peace in the boreal forest where the aspen parkland and fescue prairie meet.

Wake to the sound of the dawn chorus in a cosy oTENTik tent-cabin, rise with the birds and paddle a canoe across Moon Lake before breakfast. Indulge in all the amenities the townsite of Wasagaming has to offer. Wriggle your toes in the sandy shoreline of Clear Lake and enjoy an ice cream. Visit the Anishinabe Sharing Lodge and the Pinewood Museum.


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