1 Whiteshell Provincial ParkFalcon lake Lakeshore CampgroundDiscover the wonders of the WhiteshellWhiteshell ushing rivers, clear deep lakes, warm sandybeaches, granite under your feet, and the freshscent of jack pine - that's just the beginning ofa great getaway in Whiteshell Provincial Park. One of Manitoba s premier playgrounds, itcombines the wilds of the boreal forest withthe comforts of home. Take yourself away fromit all by trail, road or you know where the name Whiteshell originates? What would you do if you got lostin the boreal forest? Park interpreters willanswer these questions and more at theirprograms.
2 After darkness falls, join them fora play or film at the amphitheatre or sit by theroar of a campfire. When morning breaks, theinterpreters will be ready to take you along themany hiking trails of the area. Watch for eventposters to find out which programs will beoffered during your , sailing, tennis, hiking, or a gameof golf at Falcon lake one of the best 18-holecourses in the province are just a few of theactivities you can enjoy in the park. Tennis,swimming, horseback riding, miniature golf,lawn bowling, baseball, biking, fishing andboating can be shared by people of all ages.
3 Onthe shores of Falcon lake , the Campground isonly a short walk from town services likerestaurants, gift shop, laundromat, grocerystore, doctor s office, deli and the many trails lead you away from thebeaten path to the park s special places. FalconCreek self-guiding trail waits to be of the Trans-Canada Trail, the SouthWhiteshell Multi-use Trail connects the area forthe enjoyment of hikers, runners, cyclists andcross-country skiers. Tour the water bycanoeing the popular Caddy lake or the most of summer s special events suchas Family Fishing Weekend the second weekendin June, the third weekend in July, boastsCanada s Parks Day and the annual flea marketon the August long Tips Be sure matches are them in half beforediscarding.
4 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 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.
5 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 information on Falcon lake Lakeshore 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 ParkLEGENDF alcon lake Lakeshore Campground02550100 METRESAMPHITHEATRECAMPGROUND OFFICEBEACH / SWIMMINGUNSUPERVISEDPARKINGWASHROOMS(MOD ERN)
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7 In Winnipeg call 204-948-3333. 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 204-945-6784 or visit us at: Bay 5 is used as Group Use from mid May to mid June. IN CASE OF EMERGENCY CALL 911 Night Pail/GreywaterDeposit StationNight Pail/GreywaterDeposit Statio