Watchorn Provincial Park

Watchorn Provincial Park, Moosehorn, MB

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204-945-6784//1-800-214-6497

Photo Credit: Peter Colditz

Cool off the summer heat by indulging in these water activities – swimming, fishing, boating. Enjoy an ice cream while lazying around in the beach. Watch your kids enjoy the playground and later enjoy a family picnic. This 2.8 hectre park was closed in spring of 2011 due to flooding and reopened in 2014.

Fun Activities

Activities include picnicking, boating, fishing, and swimming. Beach, Playground, boat launch.

Near the Park: See historic buildings and artifacts at Ashern Pioneer Museum and Moosehorn Heritage Museum. Head to the Rural Municipality of Grahamdale to see Saint Martin Crater.

Camping

Camping: Basic and electrical campsites.

Take in the beauty of the outdoors at Narrows West Lodge.

distance

Leaving Winnipeg, travel north on Highway 6 for approximately 170 kms to Provincial Road 237. Travel 11.5 kms west to Watchorn.
Approximate 200 km ~ 2 hrs 20 minutes from downtown Winnipeg

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Year round, all season park. Closed in spring of 2011 due to flooding and reopened in 2014.
Camping: May- September

 

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