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Duck Mountain Provincial Park Wellman Lake Campground Alive with natural rugged forests Wellman Lake campground is located between Wellman Lake and Glad Lake in the rugged forested hills of Duck Mountain. If you love swimming, boating or fishing you will experience a fun-filled, exciting getaway at this picturesque campground. Pitch your tent then head to the playground area. Play a game of volleyball, tennis or basketball. Try your luck at the horseshoe pits. Deep and clear, Wellman Lake was formed by ancient glaciers that melted and filled the hollows and depressions. The lake is a great spot to fish for walleye and northern pike. The boat dock for Wellman Lake can be reached from the campground. Hikers can head out to Glad Lake hiking trail, close to Wellman campground. Enjoy the varied terrain from the level ground to rolling hills with a few steep slopes. Total return distance is 3.8 kilometres. Canoers can access the Beaver Lake canoe route from Provincial Road #366. More information on Wellman Lake Campground and Duck Mountain Provincial Park is available on request from the park office. Campground Tips • Prevent the spread of aquatic invasive species. Always “Clean, Drain, Dry, Dispose and Decontaminate IF”. Visit Manitoba.ca/StopAIS . • Only build fires in a designated firepit or use a camp stove. Before leaving make sure your fire is completely out. • Please! Do not litter. • Be sensitive to wildlife. Bears can be dangerous and should not be fed. Food must be stored away from your campsite, preferably in a locked vehicle, to avoid attracting hungry animals. Do not store food in your tent. • The use of insect repellent will add to your comfort. • Learn to recognize and avoid poisonous plants such as poison ivy. • In case of injury or illness contact a Campground Attendant or Park Patrol Officer. They can assist you to reach medical help. • Canoeists and hikers travelling in backcountry areas should advise a friend of their intended destination and anticipated length of trip. • Backcountry camping is only allowed at designated campsites. • It is illegal to use or transport elm firewood. • Moving firewood can spread harmful invasive species and destroy our forests. Protect Manitoba’s trees. Don’t move firewood.

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Duck MountainProvincial Park

Wellman Lake CampgroundAlive with natural rugged forests

Wellman Lake campground is located between Wellman Lake and Glad Lake in the rugged forested hills of Duck Mountain. If you love swimming, boating or fishing you will experience a fun-filled, exciting getaway at this picturesque campground.

Pitch your tent then head to the playground area. Play a game of volleyball, tennis or basketball. Try your luck at the horseshoe pits.

Deep and clear, Wellman Lake was formed by ancient glaciers that melted and filled the hollows and depressions.

The lake is a great spot to fish for walleye and northern pike. The boat dock for Wellman Lake can be reached from the campground. Hikers can head out to Glad Lake hiking trail, close to Wellman campground. Enjoy the varied terrain from the level ground to rolling hills with a few steep slopes. Total return distance is 3.8 kilometres. Canoers can access the Beaver Lake canoe route from Provincial Road #366.

More information on Wellman Lake Campground and Duck Mountain Provincial Park is available on request from the park office.

Campground Tips• Prevent the spread of aquatic

invasive species. Always “Clean, Drain, Dry, Dispose and Decontaminate IF”. Visit Manitoba.ca/StopAIS .

• Only build fires in a designated firepit or use a camp stove. Before leaving make sure your fire is completely out.

• Please! Do not litter.

• Be sensitive to wildlife. Bears can be dangerous and should not be fed. Food must be stored away from your campsite, preferably in a locked vehicle, to avoid attracting hungry animals. Do not store food in your tent.

• The use of insect repellent will add to your comfort.

• Learn to recognize and avoid poisonous plants such as poison ivy.

• In case of injury or illness contact a Campground Attendant or Park Patrol Officer. They can assist you to reach medical help.

• Canoeists and hikers travelling in backcountry areas should advise a friend of their intended destination and anticipated length of trip.

• Backcountry camping is only allowed at designated campsites.

• It is illegal to use or transport elm firewood.

• Moving firewood can spread harmful invasive species and destroy our forests. Protect Manitoba’s trees. Don’t move firewood.

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