Moose Lake Provincial Park

Location: Buffalo Point, Manitoba
Region: Outside Ontario
Character: Provincial Park

Moose Lake Provincial Park
By Manitoba Conservation

The park is known for its provincially rare stand of white pine trees. Though common in Ontario, they reach their western limit from here to the southern Whiteshell. Wildlife is plentiful in this area including the park's namesake - the mighty moose.

A perfect lakeside location, plentiful picnic shelters and popular play areas make Moose Lake a great place to get away for a weekend with the family. For summertime fun, the campground has many outdoor activities including a horseshoe pitch and a volleyball court.

Take a leisurely stroll along the long beach on the shore of Moose Lake. Bring your tackle box and rod and go fishing off the sand or in a boat. The boat dock and launch are in proximity to the campground. Another convenience is the grocery store located within the park, next to the Silver Birch Resort.

Where to Stay
The campground offers 62 basic and 14 electrical sites.

Park Directions
The park is located 160 kilometres southeast of Winnipeg. Travel south on PTH 12 then turn left onto PR 308 and travel 32 kilometers to the park entrance.