Numaykoos Lake Provincial Park

Location: Division No. 23, Unorganized, MB
Region: Outside Ontario
Character: Provincial Park
Length/Size: 3,600 km2

Numaykoos Lake Provincial Park
By Manitoba Conservation

With a total area of 3,600 km2, the park is characterized by relatively flat terrain and covered by large tracts of peat. Frost polygons, formed by freezing and contraction of the surface, give the ground a distinctive patterned surface. The whitewater portion of the Little Beaver River runs through the park.
In Manitoba's system of park lands, Numaykoos Lake will preserve physical features and biological communities representative of the Selwyn Lake Upland portion of the Northern Transitional Forest Natural Region.

The park will:
Protect winter range for barren-ground caribou in an undisturbed state;
Provide opportunities for a range of outdoor recreational experiences that depend on a pristine environment; and
Promote public appreciation and understanding of the park's natural features and cultural heritage.

Where to Stay
As there are no designated campgrounds, visitors are expected to camp at an existing site, which is usually marked by a primitive fire ring.

Park Directions
There is no direct road access into the park. To fly into Numaykoos Lake, arrangements can be made with lodges, outfitters, or air charter companies.