Our Pristine Lakes
Porcupine Provincial Forests & Parks
Bell Lake-Nestled in the Porcupine Mountains boreal forest this park is for people who enjoy their camping experience with minimum facilities, fire pits , picnic tables and washrooms are located in the camping area. No electricity is available in the pristine park.
16 serviced Sites available.
Lake is known for its catches of Northern Pike and Walleye.
North Steeprock Lake-located just a short distance further up the road past Bell Lake. Enjoy a region of forested uplands and clear lakes. Anglers typically catch Northern Pike and Walleye. In the fall there are some good catches of Whitefish. Vini lake west of steeprock lake produce Arctic Char and Rainbow Trout.
32 transient and seasonal campsites are available.
Whitefish Lake-Go North of Swan River on Highway #10 and turn west on highway 279 for approximately 18 miles. This beautiful campground is known for is great fishing and beautiful scenery, it has 30 unserviced lots and many friendly smiles. Duck Mountain Provincial Park
East Blue Lake (Duck Mountain Provincial Park)
East Blue Lake is the clearest of all Duck Mountain's spring-fed lakes. On a clear day, you can see the bottom of the lake down to 18 m. Enjoy swimming or boating, or make use of the Duck Mountain trail system for hiking. East Blue Lake and Childs Lake are among Manitoba's finer scuba diving lakes. Facilities include a campground and overnight accommodations, supply store and gasoline. Location: Located at the junction of PR366 and PR367.
Wellman Lake (Duck Mountain Provincial Park)
Wellman Lake features electrical campsites, an RV park, overnight accommodations, and swimming, boating, and fishing on the lake. Location: Located at the north end of Duck Mountain Provincial Park on PR366.