The answers to some FAQ….

Q. When can I book for next year?

Now. We accept reservations for all types of camping year round – daily, weekly, monthly and seasonal sites.

Q.  Are you open in the winter?

The Office  and RDR Grill are open year round but operate an off season schedule. You can call or email for more details and current hours. The Rec Building stays open year round as it is a warm up shelter on the Snoman snowmobile trail. Don’t forget to watch for updates this winter. We will have some interesting new activities happening on the hill and pond in the new area 😉

Q.  Can I come out to check on my camper?

Yes, by all means if you have a seasonal camper here (or a camper in storage) and would like to come out and check on it or pick up a forgotten item that is not a problem.

Q.  Are the campground roads open in the winter?

The road to the Rec Building area is cleared and open all year. However, be prepared to walk in as some roads may be closed or impassable due to snow.

Q. When do you open in the spring?

As soon as Mother Nature allows us. The overnight campsites will open as soon as the snow clears and the roadways are dry.  As part of the seasonal agreements the power to the seasonal campsites is turned on April 15. If we are fortunate enough to get another early spring, we do allow campers to come out before that date. (If you do want your power turned on there is an additional fee of $5-10/night)

Q. Is there still time to bring my camper for storage?

Absolutely. As long as there is no snow on the ground, we can get you in.

Q. I am not camping this weekend. What am I going to do?

There are tons of activities around here this fine, fall weekend

– An A-Maze-ing adventure at Boonstra Farms

– A Ghoulish Get together at Six Pines

– Ghost Hunting at Lower Fort Garry

– Howl at the Moon on the Prairie Dog Halloween Express

– It’s Halloween on the High Seas at the Marine Museum of Manitoba

Or if you are looking for something a little more laid back and down to earth. When was the last time you jumped in a pile of leaves? I will even supply the leaves and the rake.

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