7 amazing camping spots in Manitoba that you may have never heard of

Posted May 08, 2018 | Author Alexis McEwen

Haven’t booked a site in one of Manitoba’s amazing provincial parks? No problem! Manitoba is home to plenty of fabulous family owned as well as municipal campgrounds and RV parks, perfect for that special summer getaway. Here’s a list of just seven options to choose from throughout the province.

Eastern Manitoba

There are over 100 acres to explore at this family-run campground offering seasonal and casual stays just off the Trans-Canada Highway east of Richer. Its location offers excellent access to Sandilands Provincial Forest, with linking trails for hiking, biking and ATVs. With amenities for both tents and RVs, this campground is also pet-friendly, even offering an off-leash dog park. Relax at the KaMaKi beach and organize a family game of horse-shoes. Grab a bite to eat at the Snack Shack open on weekends and pay a visit to the Shed of Games for board games, perfect for an evening activity or during those occasional rainy afternoons.

Prairie Oak Campground

Central Manitoba

Located on the Red River just outside the town of Emerson near the U.S. border, this quiet retreat offers both seasonal and overnight camping options for tent and RVs. The campground offers access to The Great Trail (Trans-Canada Trail), perfect for hiking or riding ATVs. There is a man-made beach, plus the luxury of onsite laundry facilities. Bring your rod to fish from the shore or dock and check out the nearby historic Fort Dufferin, a staging point for the British contingent of the International Boundary Commission, the North West Mounted Police and immigrant settlers who arrived by steamboat.

Rubber Ducky Resort and Campground


Just outside Warren and only 20 minutes north of Winnipeg is this mecca for summertime family fun. There are over 200 sites (and more than half of those are full service), along with cabin rentals and even motel rooms – perfect for those that want the campground experience, but don’t have their own gear. The resort and campground features two heated pools and hot tub. There is no end to the options for fun with a mini golf course, arcade, bumper boats, beach volleyball court and a full menu of options at the RDR Grill & Concession. Plus, plan your visit during some of the schedule activities, including ice cream socials, movie nights and poker derbies.

Pelican Shores RV Park

Western Manitoba

This nicely treed fully-serviced RV park just 45 minutes from Brandon offers prime access to Pelican Lake, one of the region’s top recreational spots. With boat docks, this is an excellent place for to sail a boat (visit the Pelican Yacht Club!) or drop in a line for northern pike, walleye or yellow perch. There is nearby access to the public beach with trails in the area for hiking, ATVs or horseback riding. Plus those with RVs will appreciate the sewers available at each lot.

Vermillion Park Campground


Located in Dauphin, the hub of the Parkland region, this campground offers a great option for visitors looking to explore the nearby Riding Mountain National Park. The upgraded facilities include new showers and a covered picnic area, plus it offers easy access to explore Dauphin’s attractions, shopping and restaurants.

Flin Flon Tourist Park & Campground

Northern Manitoba

With endless opportunities to explore the beauty of Manitoba’s North, a stay at the campground in Flin Flon on Highway #10 offers a good starting point. Operated by the city, there are electrical and basic sites, with modern washrooms and showers that are wheelchair accessible. This is also the location of Flin Flon’s fave mascot, the friendly smiling face of Josiah Flintabattey Flonatin, the city’s namesake. And while you’re there, check out the Flin Flon Station Museum, one of the newest additions to the province’s Star Attractions program.

Town & Country Campground


Just a couple of minutes east of the city of Winnipeg is a full-service campground with over 300 sites for RVs or tents. Amenities of the campground include free washroom and shower facilities, a convenience store and gift shop, mini golf, basketball, volleyball and tetherball, along with pool tables and vintage arcade games. Plus, Town & Country guests can easily walk to Fun Mountain Waterslide Park and Tinkertown Family Fun Park.

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About The Author

I'm Alexis, Communications Manager for Travel Manitoba. I write about all kinds of awesome things that happen in Manitoba. And when I'm not writing about awesome things, I do my best to get out and experience them with my husband and two young sons.

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