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Riding Mountain National Park

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Riding Mountain National Park is a beautiful mix of grasslands, forests, wetlands, and lakes in Manitoba Canada. This 1,146 square mile park protects three different ecosystems and gives visitors a variety of landscapes to enjoy. The park is open year round, but the facilities are only available during the summer months. During the summer visitors to the park can enjoy swimming and kayaking around the many lakes including Clear Lake, Lake Audy, and Moon Lake. There are also many fantastic hiking and cycling trails throughout the park from easy short walks over the boardwalks to difficult excursions through the wild backcountry. If you’re looking to relax after a hike, pack a lunch and spend the day at the beach, or explore some of the 15 picnic sites throughout the park. Visitors can also keep an eye out for wildlife including bison, moose, and black bears. In winter many of the trails become excellent paths for snowshoeing and cross country skiing. The town of Wasagaming sits within the parks boundaries and is a central hub for shopping, dining, exploring, and camping. You’ll find many trails nearby, as well as the major RV campground in the park. There’s even a golf course and tennis courts in the town.

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Weather
  • Spring 4-60 F
  • Summer 44-74 F
  • Fall 10-61 F
  • Winter -6-17 F
Location & Hours
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Park Info
  • Adult: $8.5
  • Senior: $7
  • Family/Group: $16.75
  • Children Under 17: $0
Riding Mountain National Park Hiking Trails

Riding Mountain National Park Hiking Trails

Riding Mountain National Park has over 250 miles of trails for hiking and biking and summer and cross-country skiing or snowshoeing in winter. The park has a variety of trails from short hikes to multi-day excursions in the backcountry.

Riding Mountain National Park

Things to do Outside Riding Mountain National Park

Things to do Outside Riding Mountain National Park

Take a side trip to Winnipeg, Manitoba. Visit the Forks, which was originally a trading spot for Indigenous people, then an important spot for the fur trade, and now a hub of activity. Full of shops and restaurants in historical buildings, you’ll find tons to do. Or learn about Icelandic customs at Gimli, a small town on Lake Winnipeg. Spend some time at the lake sailing, fishing, or swimming in summer and ice racing in winter. You can also head south of Riding Mountain National Park to Spruce Woods Provincial Park to explore the prairie, spruce forests, and sand dunes. Visit the 98 foot tall Spirit Sand Dunes unlike anything else nearby.

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RV Resorts & Campsites near Riding Mountain National Park

Wasagaming Campground. Wasagaming Campground is located a short distance from the Wasagaming townsite inside the park and is close to the beach, Visitor Centre and trails. There are 427 sites that are available for reservations, and the campground is open from mid-May to mid-October. There’s a mix of dry, electric, and full hook up sites and the campground has washrooms, kitchen shelters, and a dump station on site. Throughout the summer there are programs and activities held at the communal fire pit.

RV Resorts & Campsites near Riding Mountain National Park
Find the Best Dumpstations Near Riding Mountain National Park

Find the Best Dumpstations Near Riding Mountain National Park

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How to get to Riding Mountain National Park

How to get to Riding Mountain National Park

From the US border at Carbury Port of Entry, take Provincial Trunk Hwy 21 N to MB-10 N/MB-23 W. Follow MB-10 N to Wasagaming Dr and the entrance of the national park.