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Turtle Mountain Provincial Park Max Lake Campground Wonderful vicinity for shallow canoeing. M ax Lake Campground in Turtle Mountain Provincial Park features 24 basic sites and 3 basic group use sites for your camping enjoyment. Modern washrooms, firewood and water supply are all available at the campground. Go for a swim or just relax and soak up the sun on the nearby beach. A boat launch and dock are conveniently located on Max Lake beside the campground. Fishing in this area is highly recommended. Be sure to drop a line and try for a master angler. The backcountry at Max Lake is great for shallow canoeing with many portage connections to Oskar and James Lakes. Explore terrain on extensive bike trail near Max Lake on Oskar Lake road. Be sure to explore nature by hiking on the Disappearing Lakes self- guided trail. Max Lake Campground is located west of Highway #10. More information on Max Lake Campground and Turtle 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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Page 1: Turtle Mountain Provincial Park · 2019-12-09 · Turtle Mountain Provincial Park Max Lake Campground Wonderful vicinity for shallow canoeing. M ax Lake Campground in Turtle Mountain

Turtle MountainProvincial Park

Max Lake CampgroundWonderful vicinity for shallow canoeing.

M ax Lake Campground in Turtle Mountain Provincial Park features 24 basic sites and 3 basic group use sites for your camping enjoyment. Modern washrooms, firewood and water supply are all available at the campground. Go for a swim or just relax and soak up the sun on the nearby beach. A boat launch and dock are conveniently located on Max Lake beside the campground.

Fishing in this area is highly recommended. Be sure to drop a line and try for a master angler. The backcountry at Max Lake is great for shallow canoeing with many

portage connections to Oskar and James Lakes. Explore terrain on extensive bike trail near Max Lake on Oskar Lake road.

Be sure to explore nature by hiking on the Disappearing Lakes self-guided trail. Max Lake Campground is located west of Highway #10.

More information on Max Lake Campground and Turtle 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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