Free Admission to Manitoba Provincial Parks in February

Credit: Canadian Tourism Commission

Manitoba Provincial Parks are free to visit for all during the entire month of February.

Take advantage of the many winter activities available in provincial parks at no cost!

“Winter is an excellent time to enjoy the beauty of our provincial parks and there are many outdoor activities to take part in as a family or on your own.” “Whether it’s cross-country skiing, snowshoeing or taking a quiet walk, there is much to see in Manitoba parks and we encourage everyone to enjoy them in winter just as they do in the summer.” Sustainable Development Minister Rochelle Squires

WHAT IS FREE AND NOT FREE DURING FEBRUARY

  • Vehicle permits are not required in any provincial park this month
  • SnoPasses are still required for snowmobiles using groomed trails in the parks and entrance fees still apply in national parks.
  • Anglers are reminded they will not need an angling licence to try their luck during this year’s Winter Family Fishing Weekend from Feb. 15 to 17. Anglers will be able to fish without a licence provincewide. Conservation limits will apply. Fishing regulations in Manitoba.
  • Federal licence will still be required to fish in national parks.

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WHAT TO DO IN THE PARKS IN FEBRUARY

  • There are groomed trails in 12 provincial parks across the province for cross-country skiing, snowmobiling, snowshoeing and hiking.
  • Paint Lake, Spruce Woods and Turtle Mountain provincial parks also offer outdoor skating areas, hockey rinks and toboggan hills.
  • Fat-tire biking is welcome on designated trails in Birds Hill, Spruce Woods and Whiteshell provincial parks.
  • Interpretive programs are happening every week in February.
  • Highlights for the month of February include:
  • Teachers can also book free guided school programs throughout the winter season. For more information on winter activities and interpretive programs in provincial parks, email ParkInterpretation@gov.mb.ca or visit www.manitobaparks.com.

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