WINNIPEG — Entry fees are being waived to attend any provincial park in Manitoba this long weekend.
From today until Monday, September 6, park vehicle permits aren’t required to enter the parks, however, regular camping fees still apply.
“We want all Manitobans to enjoy the amenities and the scenery of our beautiful provincial parks, and our annual free entry weekends provide a chance to get outdoors and enjoy nature,” said Conservation and Climate Minister Sarah Guillemard.
“We can all use a little break, and as we think about the end of the summer we can embrace the fall with a free visit to a Manitoba provincial park.”
Several provincial park campsites, cabins and yurts remain open through the fall, allowing campers to stay as late as Thanksgiving. To make a reservation, or see the list of campgrounds open in the fall and their operating dates, call the Parks Reservation Service at 1-888-482-2267 or visit manitobaparks.com.