Our Communities

Lynn Lake

Attractions:

Burge Lake Provincial Park (Lynn Lake)

Burge Lake is a small, scenic campground with eight walk-up, non-electrical sites (no charge).  All sites are suitable for tents and some can accommodate large motor homes.  There are pit privy bathrooms, complimentary firewood, and hand water pump and a group-use picnic shelter.
The campground is just minutes away from the clear, clean waters of Burge Lake.  Relax on the beautiful, sandy beach while the children enjoy the playground.  Anglers will appreciate the convenience of a fish cleaning shed, dock and boat launch.  The lake offers swimming, boating and excellent pickerel and pike fishing.  Peaceful and uncrowded, it is a great getaway for the whole family.

Location:

Burge Lake Campground is located approximatley 10 kilometers from the town of Lynn Lake off Provincial Trunk Highway 394.  The town has boat rentals, laundry service, a hospital, resturants, a hardware store, a grocery store, a gas station and a mining museum.


Phone:
204-356-2413

Website:


Lynn Lake Campground (Lynn Lake)

True northern tourism adventure. Come to Lynn Lake and experience all that we have to offer, including being the Sportfishing Capital of Manitoba.

Location:
North side of town on PR 391.

Phone:
204-356-2418

Fax:
204-356-8297


Lynn Lake Friendship Centre Inc. (Lynn Lake)

The Lynn Lake Friendship Centre Inc. is a non-political, independent community based organization providing programs and services to meet the needs of the Aboriginal and Non Aboriginal people in Lynn Lake and surrounding area.

Phone:
204-356-2407

Fax:
204-356-8223


Lynn Lake Mining Town Museum (Lynn Lake)

The museum preserves artifacts from the history of this mining community, including items from the great move (Linn tractors and cat trains).

Hours:
Open June to August.

Phone:
204-356-2418

Fax:
204-356-8297

Website: