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Nice Manitoba Provincial campground. Kinda in the middle of nowhere, this was our first visit and most likely the last. We had read (else where) that this was a dog friendly area .. not so much. Hot as it was this past Canada Day long weekend – no place for the dogs to go swimming. Having said that the sites are private (we were in Bay 2 S 6E) and could barely see / hear our neighbours. Our particular site was a “bear” to back into with our34 foot 5th ...... combination of branches / trees / opposite site markers and moderately narrow roadway. Got it done – not much fun though. If you like walking trails – this is the place for you, many / many trails and a nice walk along the lake as well (boat launch’s [x2] and dock were crowded so hot dogs could not swim). IF we do come again we will opt for the hard to get electrical and water sites – we were supposed to be less than 150 feet from water [I have lots of hose – but not that much] .......but in reality we were more like 200 + feet from the faucet.
We stayed in the non-electric sites, Bay 5. This area and bay 6 were designed as 5 cloverleaf round grassy areas with about 8 sites around the edge of each cloverleaf. Widely spaced sites. The circles were planted with tall trees and firs to shield the campers from the wind and divide off each circle. It was an unusual design, but quite pleasant. No hookups on bay 5 and 6. Trails were nice and campground was clean. Pit toilets the smelled bad were all that was available in bay 5 and 6. You could drive to the modern toilet and shower facilities which were nice. Pay showers. The park had a nice beach, playground, and baseball field. We went there to just find a place on a busy weekend as we traveled across Canada, but were pleasantly surprised and enjoyed our stay.