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Whiteshell Provincial Park White lake Campground Whiteshell hite Lake Campground includes 17 reservation sites and 6 walk-up sites 20 of store, gas station and restaurant are all located near the campground at White Lake Resort. Let the children have fun exploring the playground. This camping exper ience combines the best of the great White Lake is a favourite spot for anglers who enjoy relaxing days fishing on the water. Swimming is popular on those hot summer days while the beach provides plenty of space on the sand for everyone. White Lake Campground is located off Provincial Highway # 307 on the opposite side of Jessica Lake. W Campground Tips Be sure matches are extinguished. Break them in half before discarding. Build no fires except in a designated firepit or use a camp stove. Before leaving make sure your fire is completely out. Be careful with your cigarettes, cigars and pipe ashes. Crush them thoroughly before discarding. Never toss them from a vehicle. 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. •Warm clothing is needed for cool nights. 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. Notorious fishing spot among anglers Follow the eight-kilometre round trip Rainbow Falls Hiking Trail, starting at Jessica Lake Lodge, through the forests of White Lake Campground. This trail is recommended for intermediate hikers. Climb the small rock ridge to view scenic Rainbow Falls. Stop at a picnic site for a bite of lunch and watch for wildlife. More information on White Lake Campground and Whiteshell Provincial Park is available on request from the park office. Out of Province Firewood can spread harmful pests and destroy our forests - buy it locally, burn it locally. these are walk in tenting sites. A grocery outdoors with conveniences such as modern washrooms and showers. The boat launch is near the seasonal camping area on White Lake.

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WhiteshellProvincial Park

White lake Campground

Whiteshell

hite Lake Campground includes 17

reservation sites and 6 walk-up sites 20 of

store, gas station and restaurant are all

located near the campground at White

Lake Resort. Let the children have fun

exploring the playground. This camping

experience combines the best of the great

White Lake is a favourite spot for anglers

who enjoy relaxing days fishing on the

water. Swimming is popular on those hot

summer days while the beach provides

plenty of space on the sand for everyone.

White Lake Campground is located off

Provincial Highway # 307 on the opposite

side of Jessica Lake.

W

Campground Tips• Be sure matches are extinguished.

Break them in half beforediscarding.

• Build no fires except in adesignated firepit or use a campstove. Before leaving make sureyour fire is completely out.

• Be careful with your cigarettes,cigars and pipe ashes. Crush themthoroughly before discarding.Never toss them from a vehicle.

• Please! Do not litter.

• Be sensitive to wildlife. Bears canbe dangerous and should not befed. Food must be stored awayfrom your campsite, preferablyin a locked vehicle, to avoidattracting hungry animals. Do notstore food in your tent.

• Warm clothing is needed forcool nights.

• The use of insect repellent will addto your comfort.

• Learn to recognize and avoidpoisonous plants such as poisonivy.

• In case of injury or illness contacta Campground Attendant or ParkPatrol Officer. They can assist youto reach medical help.

• Canoeists and hikers travelling inbackcountry areas should advisea friend of their intendeddestination and anticipated lengthof trip.

• Backcountry camping is onlyallowed at designated campsites.

• It is illegal to use or transportelm firewood.

Notorious fishing spot among anglers

Follow the eight-kilometre round trip

Rainbow Falls Hiking Trail, starting at

Jessica Lake Lodge, through the forests

of White Lake Campground. This trail is

recommended for intermediate hikers.

Climb the small rock ridge to view scenic

Rainbow Falls. Stop at a picnic site for a

bite of lunch and watch for wildlife.

More information on White Lake Campground and Whiteshell Provincial Park is available on request from the park office.

• Out of Province Firewood can spread harmful pests and destroy our forests - buy it locally, burn it locally.

these are walk in tenting sites. A grocery

outdoors with conveniences such as

modern washrooms and showers. The

boat launch is near the seasonal camping

area on White Lake.

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NOTE:• For campsite and group use reservations: www.manitobaparks.com or 1-888-4U2-Camp (1-888-482-2267). In Winnipeg call 948-3333.• Remember, a Park Vehicle Permit is required and must be displayed year round.• For more information or last minute campsite availability call 1-800-214-6497. In Winnipeg call 945-6784 or visit us at: www.manitobaparks.com

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• IN CASE OF EMERGENCY CALL RCMP: 348-7177 AMBULANCE: 348-7700