The vibrant and picturesque Interlake region is home to Norris Lake Provincial Park. Visitors can enjoy a variety of activities including fishing for northern pike, waterskiing, boating, canoeing and swimming. If you enjoy golfing, the nearby towns of Teulon and Inwood offer golf courses.
Near Norris Lake, you will find the Narcisse Wildlife Management Area. Here, you can see more snakes at a glance than anywhere else in the world. In the spring, thousands of red-sided gater snakes emerge from limestone sinkholes and tangle together during a fascinating mating ritual. The snakes then disperse to the nearby marshes for the summer, returning to their dens in the fall.
The park’s campground offers 15 basic sites and 3 group use sites for overnight camping and day use. These private group sites overlook the lake and are surrounded by oak and poplar trees. These sites also offer a good location to launch a canoe or park a boat on the scenic shore.
NOTE: Self-registry camping. For group use reservations: www.manitobaparks.com or 1-888-4U2-Camp (1-888-482-2267). In Winnipeg call 204-948-3333.
Remember, a Park Vehicle Permit is required and must be displayed year round. For more information call 1-800-214-6497. In Winnipeg call 204-945-6784 or visit us at: www.manitobaparks.com
Location/Directions: Found north of Winnipeg on Norris Lake. Hwy 7 to Teulon (45 km -28 miles) then west on Hwy PR17 for 15 km (9.5 miles).