2. Lilac Resort
Lilac Resort is not your average campground and is certainly worth visiting this summer. Rather than hitting a beach, try out Lilac Resort and its tiki-themed waterpark full of pools, hot tubs, and waterslides. Activities are limitless here, with live entertainment, various sporting fields and courts, fishing ponds, movie nights, and other planned activities. The great thing about this spot is that you can have a day full of activities or you can have a day of relaxation. There really is something for everyone!
3. Grand Beach Campground
Known for its incredible beach and large campgrounds, this is a classic summer getaway spot popular with Manitobans. Grand Beach is well known for its soft white sand, substantial and shallow water, and massive sand dunes over 39 feet high! The beach is definitely this campground’s main attraction. There are still a lot of additional fun activities like water sports, shopping around the local markets, hiking trails, and catching fish.
4. St. Malo Provincial Park
St. Malo has plenty of children-friendly activities located right on the main beach, large areas of green space with three separate playgrounds, an ice cream shop, and mini golf. The two beaches in the campground have calm, shallow waters and are only about a 10-minute walk from each other. Unique activities include walking to the Rat Lake Dam, St. Malo’s historic sight, Grotto, and water activity rentals such as canoes, kayaks, paddle boards, and pedal boats.
5. Nopiming Provincial Park
Four great campgrounds live in Nopiming Provincial Park, meaning “entrance to the wilderness” in the Anishinaabe language. Living up to its name, Nopiming is a natural and untouched space with incredible hiking, swimming, and fishing scenes. Be sure to enjoy the fresh air while seeing the breathtaking view at Tulabi Falls.
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Images posted with permission from Parks Canada, photo credit to Scott Munn