William Lake Provincial Park

Location: Ninga, Manitoba
Region: Outside Ontario
Character: Provincial Park

William Lake Provincial Park
By Manitoba Conservation

William Lake is east of the main Turtle Mountain Provincial Park. It is well-known for its stocked waters which have produced great catches of rainbow trout over the years.

You'll find a swimming and beach area and an amphitheatre for weekend interpretive shows during the summer months. Three boat docks are located around William Lake. A playground and horseshoe pitch add to the day's fun.

Explore Turtle's Back Trail on your way to Turtle's Back summit and a spectacular view of southwestern Manitoba. The summit is the range's prominent hill which is visible for many miles from the north and east. The trail passes through Turtle Mountain Community Pasture where local livestock roam and graze. Steep elevation near the summit makes this trail a challenging yet rewarding hike.

Where to Stay
William Lake campground offers 52 basic campsites and two small group use areas. It is equipped with all the amenities you'll need for your outdoor adventure, including a water supply, firewood, modern washrooms, showers and a fish cleaning area.

Park Directions
William Lake campground is located east of PTH 10.