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Town of Lynn Lake


Provincial Parks

Lake sceneThe land around Lynn Lake is breathtaking! Hugh eskers of gravel and sand shaped from the forces of nature rise from the landscape. Go hiking to explore the "Land of Little Sticks". View rare birds and other exciting wildlife in unspoiled nature. Enjoy countless lakes or enjoy miles of rivers where, around any bend, you may encounter moose eating plants. And every spring, hundreds of native plants, shrubs and grasses explode back to life giving nature lovers something to treasure each and every year.

The rivers in the region range from tranquil to whitewater. The Churchill River, the Hughes River, the Keewatin River, the Laurie River and the Lynn River are road accessible. Toward the north, the South and North Seal Rivers, the Kazan River, the Cochrane River, and the Caribou River are accessible by air from Lynn Lake. These waterways offer unparalleled experiences for anglers, viewing wildlife, canoeists and kayakers.

Lakes and rivers surrounded by the rugged northern boreal forest offer memories that young and old will treasure for a lifetime. Raw wilderness in an untouched setting offers solitude with an opportunity to become one as a family, and with nature. Two provincial parks, Berge Lake and Zed Lake, both located within 20 kilometers of Lynn Lake are evidence of the beauty in northwestern Manitoba waiting for you. Each park has a beautiful sand beach, just perfect for the kids to swim safely. Maintained campsites with firepits along with the cry of loons will provide the evening ambience. Boat launches provide access to superb fishing. And with 18 hours of sunlight during the summer months, you will find that you do not have enough time to see and do all there is to do here. Sleep under a blanket of stars soundly knowing that rest is important so that you can enjoy another day in pure nature.

With a gas and propane service centre, garage, grocery stores, hotels, a Royal Canadian Mounted Police detachment and a modern hospital; Lynn Lake as the regional service centre is able to cater to any visitor's needs. Boats and vehicles are available for rent in Lynn Lake.

For more information on campground conditions, contact the local office of Manitoba Department of Conservation, at (204) 356-2413.