Province to launch new reservation service for 2023 camping season

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Provincial News The province is releasing a new registration service just in time for camping season. (File photo) Photo by Getty Images

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The Manitoba government will launch a new parks reservation service in time for the 2023 camping season.

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“Provincial parks are treasured by Manitobans and we want to provide a positive experience when guests book a spot at a provincial campground,” said Natural Resources and Northern Development Minister, Greg Nesbitt. “We are excited to provide Manitobans with an enhanced park reservation experience to plan for enjoyment of our beautiful summers and make great camping memories.”

Each year, over 100,000 campsite reservations are made at 46 campgrounds located within 28 different provincial parks. Improvements made to the system will allow for easier navigation and responsiveness to provide campers with a modern, enhanced reservation service that Manitobans can rely on for years to come, the minister noted.

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For 2023, reservation policies and parameters are expected to remain similar to last year with staggered campground booking opening days:

April 3 – All cabins, yurts and group use areas (including Hecla and Camp Morton recreation halls);
April 5 – Campsite reservations for all western and northern region parks including Asessippi, Bakers Narrows, Clearwater (Campers Cove and Pioneer Bay), Duck Mountain (Blue Lakes, Childs Lake, Wellman Lake), Manipogo, Paint Lake, Rainbow Beach, Rivers, Spruce Woods (Kiche Manitou), Turtle Mountain (Adam Lake), William Lake and Wekusko Falls;
April 11 – Campsite reservations for Birds Hill and Winnipeg Beach campgrounds;
April 12 – Campsite reservations for south Whiteshell including Caddy Lake,…


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