Whiteshell Provincial Park

Whiteshell Provincial Park, Whitemouth




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Discover the wonder of Canadian Shield at this spectacular park with dazzling waters and lush forests. Experience its wilderness on various trails throughout the park. Be it summer or winter, this park offers many attractions that can be enjoyed by its visitors. Cool off the summer heat by swimming or enjoy the thrill of water sports, or downhill skiing, photograph a black bear, or be one with the First Nations people at the Bannock point petroforms, paddle through tunnels across the Caddy Lake Canoe Route. See Northern Lights on the sky on certain nights, Golf at Falcon Lake Golf Course.

Come year after year, season after season, you still won’t have seen or enjoyed it all!


Fun Activities

Activities include canoeing, children’s programs, biking, hiking, horse riding, golf, bird watching, boating, fishing, snowshoeing and swimming, cross-country skiing, snowmobiling, ice-fishing, skating, sledging and more.

Near the Park: Picnic at Rainbow Falls.Whiteshell Natural History Museum, West Hawk Museum, Alfred Hole Goose Sanctuary and Visitor Centre, Whiteshell Fish Hatchery, and more.

Winter activities – Info and trail map

  • Cross-country skiing
  • Winter walking – Foresters Footsteps trail
  • Snowshoeing – Foresters Footsteps trail
  • Ice fishing
  • Horse-drawn sled
  • Skijoring & Kicksledding – Foresters Footsteps trail
  • Snowmobiling
  • Walking/hiking at Jessica Lake
  • Down-hill skiing and biathlon at Falcon Lake
  • Skate skiing – Foresters Footsteps & Falcon Trails Resort
  • Snowboarding, Tubing


Camping: Basic to Full-service campsites, Yurts are available for rent. In addition, there are a number of resorts all over the park.

Riverview Lodge, Big Whiteshell Lodge. Enjoy the water activities at the Falcon Trails Resort, and resorts at the Big Hawk lake. Betula Lake Resort, Jessica Lake Lodge, Nutimik Lodge, Barrier Bay Resortare also great options.


Leaving Winnipeg, take Hwy 1, 126 km/78.3 mi. east to Falcon Lake and West Hawk Lake. Additional entry points to the park include PR 307 at Seven Sisters Falls and PTH 44 at Rennie.


Year-round, all season park.
Camping: May – October


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