Discover our Self-Registry Campsites

Welcome to the untamed beauty of Manitoba’s Interlake region, where adventure seekers and nature enthusiasts find solace in the serene landscapes of self-registry campsites. Nestled amidst lush forests, pristine lakes, and captivating wildlife, this blog unveils hidden gems and insider tips to create unforgettable camping experiences in one of Canada’s most enchanting destinations. Here’s a list of some camping spots you may not know about:

McEwen Memorial Park

Located on Highway #6 at Eriksdale – Enjoy a peaceful getaway at McEwan Memorial Park. Take advantage of the spacious, well-maintained grounds with 12 private shaded basic campsites overlooking scenic views. With overnight camping rates at an affordable $15 per night and multiple payment options such as e-transfers or locked drop boxes near both the RM office door and the park entrance, this is one adventure you won’t want to miss out on.
Reach out at 204-739-2666 for any questions about your stay today! (Please indicate McEwen Park Camping Fees in the Message) If a receipt is required please provide your name and complete mailing address. Fees may also be placed in an envelope provided and deposited in the locked drop box at the Park Entrance or drop box next to the RM office.

Beaver Creek Provincial Park

Located approximately 192 km north of Winnipeg, travel north on Hwy 8, to the junction of Provincial Road 234. Continue north (approx. 36 km) on PR 234, until you reach Beaver Creek, Provincial Park. The small rustic campground is self-registry and has up to 10 basic service campsites. Facilities in the campground include a day-use area, boat launch, small beach, picnic shelter, and non-modern washroom.

Sharptail Campground 

Come visit the Sharptail Campground for an enjoyable night, weekend, week, or month, on Highway #6 at Ashern! Look for the giant Sharptail Grouse on the West side of the Number 6 highway right in town, and you’ve found us. This quiet campground features 8 serviced sites, on-site modern washroom facilities, showers, dump station, picnic tables, barbeque pits, and the tourist information booth all on-site. If you are arriving after office hours, please feel free to set up and stay the night, you’re always welcome. For payment, you may send an e-transfer to, stop by the office (location) before you head out of town, or leave cash in the envelope and drop it in the drop box on the side of the shed.

Lake St. George Provincial Park

North of Winnipeg on Hwy 7 to Teulon, take PTH 17 north to Hodgson. Go north on #224 to Dallas, and continue northeast approximately 35 kilometers toward Jackhead on the gravel road. and follow until you reach the park entrance. The quiet, peaceful campground at Lake St. George offers 28 basic campsites with picnic tables, fire pits, firewood, and non-modern washrooms.

Lake Manitoba Tourist Village 

Here’s to the passionate, the determined, the adventurous, the wild. Escape the hyper-fast city life and drive down to Lake Manitoba Tourist Village, in Singules, MB (Lake Manitoba Narrows) – a land of tranquility, a home for recovery. Indulge in activities that bring you closer to the beauty of Nature – kayaking, trekking, stargazing, and fishing. info@lakemanitobatouristvillage.ca204-314-0176

Norris Lake Provincial Park

Approximately 1 hour from Winnipeg, take PTH 7 north 45 kilometers to Teulon. then northwest 20 kilometers on PTH 17.
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.
Valid park vehicle permits are required while visiting a provincial park. Park fees vary. Visit | Camping fees