Lake St. Andrews Provincial Park

There is only fishing at Lake St. Andrews. It is about 2 km from Lake St. George Park.

Park History

Lake St. Andrew has long been a popular sport fishing area and was fished commercially for a number of years. The area is also frequently used for waterfowl and big game hunting.

The park is a small developed site within the large natural area surrounding the lake and is the primary access point to the lake. It was designated as a provincial park in 1974.

Park Attributes

Lake St. Andrew Provincial Park is 2.49 hectares in size, situated on the west shore of Lake St. Andrew. It is located 230 kilometers north of Winnipeg and is accessed from Provincial Road 224.


The park has a boat launch, a non-modern washroom, and a picnic area that provide day-use opportunities such as fishing, boating, and picnicking.

For those who wish to stay in the area overnight, a campground in Lake St. George Provincial Park is only 5 kilometers away. Lake St. Andrew Provincial Park is used as a staging area for hunting and angling.

This is all classified Manitoba Lowlands with a mix of pine, spruce, and aspen.

Google Map

Location/Directions: North on Hwy 7 to Teulon, left on PR17 to Provincial Park Hodgson, PR224 to Dallas, follow signs for St. George Provincial Park , 2kms further.