As conditions improve in Nopiming and Whiteshell Provincial Park (Manitoba, Canada), all campgrounds at Nopiming Provincial Park will open this weekend.
According to Manitoba Parks, flood conditions continue to pose a risk to public safety, and visitors are advised to monitor conditions before visiting provincial parks.
Roads in Duck Mountain, Nopiming, and Whiteshell provincial parks remain closed.
In Whiteshell Provincial Park, water levels on the Winnipeg and Whiteshell rivers have been receding, and the next phases of reopening are being implemented.
Seasonal sites at Opapiskaw, Dorothy, and Nutimik lakes are expected to reopen first, while seasonal sites at Betula Lake will remain closed until at least June 30 and when road conditions improve.
Nightly campsites at Opapiskaw, Nutimik, and Betula lakes will remain closed until at least June 30.
Due to enduring floodwaters in these campgrounds, the White Lake campground will remain closed until at least July 15, and the Otter Falls campground will remain closed until at least July 29.
Campgrounds in Camp Morton, Rivers, St. Malo, and Turtle Mountain provincial parks also have partial campsite closures due to ongoing wet conditions.
Manitoba Parks advises visitors to check www.manitoba511.ca before heading to provincial parks.
For more information, visit www.manitobaparks.com.
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