A widely popular day-use camp for picnicking and fishing, Whitemouth Falls Provincial park was established in 1974. The principal attraction is the Whitemouth Falls where the whitemouth river flows into Winnipeg River and also provides a view of the Seven Sister Dam. Known as the staging and nesting area of the spectacular Great gray owl, Manitoba’s provincial bird. The park serves as a habitat for many birds including American white pelicans, shorebird and waterfowl species.
Whitemouth Falls is located 90 km north-east of Winnipeg. To get here follow Hwy #44 east to Hwy 11, turn north on Hwy. 11, turn east on PR 307 until the town of Seven Sisters Falls. The access to the park is on the north side across from PR 408.
Approximate 140 km ~ 100 minutes from downtown Winnipeg
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