Bakers Narrows Provincial Park (Flin Flon)
Situated in the mixed forest of the Canadian Shield, Bakers Narrows Provincial Parks is a great destination for anglers, campers and boaters. The park has three beaches, a campground, playgrounds, a number of boat launches and a scenic lookout tower with interpretive signage.
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.
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.
Clearwater Lake Provincial Park (The Pas)
Located just 20 kms north of The Pas on Highway 10 this park has something for everyone - fishing, swimming, boating, hiking, overnight lodging and camping with 27 electrical sites at Pioneer Bay and 64 serviced sites at Camper's Cove. Try something different and stay in one of the 6 yurts (self contained structures) that sleep 6 each.
Grass River Provincial Park (Flin Flon)
This wilderness of lakes and evergreen forest is home to woodland caribou, moose, wolves, bear and a variety of waterfowl. Also ideal for canoeing and fishing.
The Park boasts three campgrounds. Gyles which has 56 unserviced sites and a beautiful beach, Iskwasum Landing which has 51 unserviced sites and some of the best walleye fishing in the province and Reed Lake which has 58 unserviced sites and excellent fishing as well. There are solar showers at all the campgrounds.
Paint Lake Provincial Park (Thompson)
Paint Lake Provincial Park is a known as a year-round playground that extends over 56,000 acres of boreal forest. Summer use includes 76 campsites (basic and electrical services), day picnic sites, boat launches, a marina, hiking trails, a baseball diamond, fishing, beach area (with horseshoe pitch and beach volleyball court) and interpretive programming.
Modern washrooms, a central shower building and water taps.
In winter visitors have access to a toboggan hill, outdoor skating rink, warm up shack, snowmobile trails and cross country ski trails.
Wekusko Falls Provincial Park (Snow Lake)
The park includes a campground, beach, playground, boat launches and two suspended bridges.
Zed Lake (Zed Lake Provincial Park)
Zed Lake is small, quiet campground with 10 walk-up (no charge), non-electrical sites. All sites are suitable for tents and some can accommodate large motor homes. There are pit privy bathrooms, complimentary firewood and a hand water pump. The group-use picnic shelter is ideal for family reunions or friendly get-togethers.
Enjoy the nearby, sandy beach playground and clean water of Zed Lake. There is also a fish cleaning shed, dock and boat launch. The lake offers swimming, boating and excellent lake trout, pickerel and pike fishing. Never crowded, Zed Lake is a great scenic getaway.
Zed Lake Campground is located approximately 40 kilometers from the town of Lynn Lake off Provincial Trunk Highway 394. The town has boat rentals, laundry service, a hospital, restaurants, hardware store, a grocery store, a gas station and a mining museum.