Designated as a Provincial Park in 1974, this 0.68-hectare park is Manitoba’s smallest provincial park. Initially developed as picnic stop along the highway, the natural setting of the park today attracts many birdwatchers and anglers. The boat launch at the park provides anglers a point of access to the Winnipeg River for boating and fishing. One can see ruffed grouse, white-tailed deer,black bear, and other small mammals in the forest around the park.
Activities include bird watching, boating, fishing. Picnic area, boat launch.
Near the Park: Whitemouth Falls Provincial Park, located minutes away, is a staging and nesting area for Great gray owls. Tee-off at Pinawa Golf & Country Club. Discover Pinawa and then hike the Trans-Canada Trail or enjoy the many activities at the Pinawa Dam Provincial Park.
Camping: No camping