List of provincial parks in Manitoba

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This is a list of provincial parks in the Canadian province of Manitoba. Provincial parks are maintained by the Parks and Protected Spaces Branch of the Government of Manitoba. For a list of all protected areas in Manitoba, see the List of protected areas of Manitoba.

Name Region Est. Area Picture Coordinates
Asessippi Provincial Park Parkland 1964.[1] 23.2 km2 (9.0 sq mi)[1]
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Natural[2]
50°57′59″N 101°22′47″W / 50.96639°N 101.37972°W / 50.96639; -101.37972 (Asessippi Provincial Park)[3]
Atikaki Provincial Park Eastman 1985[4] 3,981 km2 (1,537 sq mi)[4] Wilderness[2] 51°30′0″N 95°31′0″W / 51.50000°N 95.51667°W / 51.50000; -95.51667 (Atikaki Provincial Park)[5]
Bakers Narrows Provincial Park Northern 1961[2] 145.12 ha (358.6 acres)[2] Recreational[2] 54°40′16″N 101°40′30″W / 54.67111°N 101.67500°W / 54.67111; -101.67500 (Bakers Narrows Provincial Park)[6]
Beaudry Provincial Park Winnipeg 1974[2] 9.50 km2 (3.67 sq mi)[2] BeaudryWinter.jpgNatural[2] 49°51′14″N 97°28′24″W / 49.8539°N 97.4733°W / 49.8539; -97.4733 (Beaudry Provincial Park)
Beaver Creek Provincial Park Interlake 1961[7] 28 ha (69 acres) Recreational[2] 51°22′35″N 96°54′56″W / 51.3764°N 96.9156°W / 51.3764; -96.9156 (Beaver Creek Provincial Park)
Bell Lake Provincial Park Northern 1974[7] 3.96 ha (9.8 acres)[2] Recreational[2] 52°32′30″N 101°14′29″W / 52.54167°N 101.24139°W / 52.54167; -101.24139 (Bell Lake Provincial Park)[8]
Birch Island Provincial Park Parkland 2010[9] 80,600 hectares (311 sq mi)[9][10] Natural [9] 52°23′23″N 99°57′17″W / 52.38972°N 99.95472°W / 52.38972; -99.95472 (Birch Island Provincial Park)
Birch Point Provincial Park Eastman 1961[7] 13 ha (32 acres) Recreational[2] 49°10′07″N 95°13′57″W / 49.16861°N 95.2325°W / 49.16861; -95.2325 (Birch Point Provincial Park)
Birds Hill Provincial Park Winnipeg 1964[7] 3,510 ha (8,700 acres)
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Natural[2]
50°01′28″N 96°53′01″W / 50.02444°N 96.88361°W / 50.02444; -96.88361 (Birds Hill Provincial Park)
Burge Lake Provincial Park Northern 1961[2] 6.12 ha (15.1 acres)[2] Recreational[2] 56°54′8″N 101°2′6″W / 56.90222°N 101.03500°W / 56.90222; -101.03500 (Burge Lake Provincial Park)[11]
Camp Morton Provincial Park Interlake 1974[7] 250 ha (620 acres) Recreational[2] 50°42′36″N 96°59′25″W / 50.71°N 96.99027°W / 50.71; -96.99027 (Camp Morton Provincial Park)
Caribou River Provincial Park Northern 1994[7] 764,000 ha (1,890,000 acres) Wilderness[2] 59°33′49″N 96°39′40″W / 59.5636°N 96.6611°W / 59.5636; -96.6611 (Caribou River Provincial Park)
Chitek Lake Anishinaabe Provincial Park Parkland 2014 52°26′59″N 99°29′18″W / 52.44977°N 99.48841°W / 52.44977; -99.48841 (Chitek Lake Anishinaabe Provincial Park)
Clearwater Lake Provincial Park Northern 1962[7] 59,300 ha (147,000 acres) Natural[2] 54°04′59″N 101°04′42″W / 54.08305°N 101.078333°W / 54.08305; -101.078333 (Clearwater Lake Provincial Park)
Colvin Lake Provincial Park Northern 2010[12] 1,630 km2 (630 sq mi)[12] 59°41′2″N 101°33′40″W / 59.68389°N 101.56111°W / 59.68389; -101.56111 (Colvin Lake Provincial Park)[13]
Criddle/Vane Homestead Provincial Park Westman 2004[7] 132 ha (330 acres) Heritage[2] 49°42′31″N 99°36′15″W / 49.70861°N 99.60416°W / 49.70861; -99.60416 (Criddle/Vane Homestead Provincial Park)
Duck Mountain Provincial Park Parkland 1961[7] Natural[2]
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51°39′58″N 100°54′50″W / 51.6661°N 100.914°W / 51.6661; -100.914 (Duck Mountain Provincial Park)
Duff Roblin Provincial Park Winnipeg 2008[7] Heritage[2] 49°57′04″N 96°59′22″W / 49.9511°N 96.9894°W / 49.9511; -96.9894 (Duff Roblin Provincial Park)
Elk Island Provincial Park Eastman 1974[7] Natural[2] 50°45′17″N 96°32′45″W / 50.75472°N 96.54583°W / 50.75472; -96.54583 (Elk Island Provincial Park)
Fisher Bay Provincial Park Interlake 2011 51°39′40″N 97°10′09″W / 51.66111°N 97.16916°W / 51.66111; -97.16916 (Fisher Bay Provincial Park)
Grand Beach Provincial Park Interlake 1961[7] Natural[2]
Grand Beach and Provincial Park in Lake Winnipeg in Fall 2008 Manitoba Canada (12).JPG
50°34′05″N 96°33′42″W / 50.5681°N 96.5617°W / 50.5681; -96.5617 (Grand Beach Provincial Park)
Grand Rapids Provincial Park Northern 1974[7] 7.36 ha (18.2 acres)[2] Recreational[2] 53°8′31″N 99°17′6″W / 53.14194°N 99.28500°W / 53.14194; -99.28500 (Grand Rapids Provincial Park)[14]
Grand Valley Provincial Park Westman 1961[7] Recreational[2] 49°52′24″N 100°05′04″W / 49.87333°N 100.08444°W / 49.87333; -100.08444 (Grand Valley Provincial Park)
Grass River Provincial Park Northern 1962[7] Natural[2] 54°39′59″N 100°49′52″W / 54.6664°N 100.831°W / 54.6664; -100.831 (Grass River Provincial Park)
Hecla-Grindstone Provincial Park Interlake 1969[7] Natural[2]
Hecla Island and Provincial Park in Lake Winnipeg Manitoba (14).JPG
51°11′06″N 96°34′54″W / 51.185°N 96.5817°W / 51.185; -96.5817 (Hecla-Grindstone Provincial Park)
Hnausa Beach Provincial Park Interlake 1961[7] Recreational[2] 50°54′01″N 96°59′32″W / 50.90027°N 96.99222°W / 50.90027; -96.99222 (Hnausa Beach Provincial Park)
Hyland Provincial Park Winnipeg 1976[7] Recreational[2] 49°59′01″N 97°02′59″W / 49.983611111111°N 97.049722222222°W / 49.983611111111; -97.049722222222 (Hyland Provincial Park)
Kettle Stones Provincial Park Parkland 1997[7] Natural[2] 52°21′33″N 100°35′43″W / 52.35916°N 100.59527°W / 52.35916; -100.59527 (Kettle Stones Provincial Park)
Kinwow Bay Provincial Park Interlake 2015 52°01′23″N 97°24′54″W / 52.022924°N 97.415085°W / 52.022924; -97.415085 (Kinwow Bay Provincial Park)
Lake St. Andrew Provincial Park Interlake 1974[7] Recreational[2] 51°40′51″N 97°24′16″W / 51.68083°N 97.40444°W / 51.68083; -97.40444 (Lake St. Andrew Provincial Park)
Lake St. George Provincial Park Interlake 1974[7] Recreational[2] 51°43′40″N 97°25′46″W / 51.72777°N 97.42944°W / 51.72777; -97.42944 (Lake St. George Provincial Park)
Little Limestone Lake Provincial Park Northern 2011
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53°46′0″N 99°20′1″W / 53.76667°N 99.33361°W / 53.76667; -99.33361 (Little Limestone Lake Provincial Park)[15]
Lockport Provincial Park Interlake 1997[7] Heritage[2] 50°05′09″N 96°56′11″W / 50.08583°N 96.93638°W / 50.08583; -96.93638 (Lockport Provincial Park)
Lundar Beach Provincial Park Interlake 1961[7] Recreational[2] 50°43′27″N 98°16′22″W / 50.7242°N 98.2728°W / 50.7242; -98.2728 (Lundar Beach Provincial Park)
Manigotagan River Provincial Park Eastman 2004[7] Natural[2] 51°00′50″N 96°02′39″W / 51.01388°N 96.04416°W / 51.01388; -96.04416 (Manigotagan River Provincial Park)
Manipogo Provincial Park Interlake 1961[7] Recreational[2] 51°31′00″N 99°32′59″W / 51.51666°N 99.54972°W / 51.51666; -99.54972 (Manipogo Provincial Park)
Marchand Provincial Park Eastman 1974[7] Recreational[2] 49°25′57″N 96°16′29″W / 49.4325°N 96.27472°W / 49.4325; -96.27472 (Marchand Provincial Park)
Margaret Bruce Provincial Park Parkland 1961[7] Recreational[2] 50°49′05″N 98°48′09″W / 50.81805°N 98.8025°W / 50.81805; -98.8025 (Margaret Bruce Provincial Park)
Memorial Provincial Park Winnipeg 1965[7] Heritage[2] 49°53′12″N 97°08′57″W / 49.8867458°N 97.1491022°W / 49.8867458; -97.1491022 (Memorial Provincial Park)
Moose Lake Provincial Park Eastman 1961[7] Recreational[2] 49°12′42″N 95°18′58″W / 49.211666666667°N 95.316111111111°W / 49.211666666667; -95.316111111111 (Moose Lake Provincial Park)
Neso Lake Provincial Park Northern 1974[7] 1.33 ha (3.3 acres)[2] Recreational[2] 54°39′26″N 101°32′49″W / 54.65722°N 101.54694°W / 54.65722; -101.54694 (Neso Lake Provincial Park)[16]
Netley Creek Provincial Park Interlake 1974[7] Recreational[2] 50°17′17″N 96°51′50″W / 50.288055555556°N 96.863888888889°W / 50.288055555556; -96.863888888889 (Netley Creek Provincial Park)
Nopiming Provincial Park Eastman 1976[7] Natural[2] 50°40′01″N 95°16′59″W / 50.667°N 95.283°W / 50.667; -95.283 (Nopiming Provincial Park)
Norris Lake Provincial Park Interlake 1974[7] Recreational[2] 50°28′56″N 97°25′02″W / 50.48222°N 97.41722°W / 50.48222; -97.41722 (Norris Lake Provincial Park)
North Steeprock Lake Provincial Park Northern 1997[7] Recreational[2] 52°35′58″N 101°20′59″W / 52.59944°N 101.34972°W / 52.59944; -101.34972 (North Steeprock Lake Provincial Park)[17]
Nueltin Lake Provincial Park Northern 2010[7] 59°37′57″N 99°34′42″W / 59.63250°N 99.57833°W / 59.63250; -99.57833 (Nueltin Lake Provincial Park)[18]
Numaykoos Lake Provincial Park Northern 1995[7] Wilderness[2] 57°51′55″N 95°57′48″W / 57.865277777778°N 95.963333333333°W / 57.865277777778; -95.963333333333 (Numaykoos Lake Provincial Park)
Oak Lake Provincial Park Westman 1961[7] Recreational[2] 49°40′52″N 100°42′36″W / 49.68111°N 100.71°W / 49.68111; -100.71 (Oak Lake Provincial Park)
Overflowing River Provincial Park Northern 1961[7] 13.11 ha (32.4 acres)[2] Recreational[2] 53°8′23″N 101°5′15″W / 53.13972°N 101.08750°W / 53.13972; -101.08750 (Overflowing River Provincial Park)[19]
Paint Lake Provincial Park Northern 1971[7] 22,740 ha (56,200 acres)[2] Natural[2] 55°29′45″N 97°59′20″W / 55.49583°N 97.98889°W / 55.49583; -97.98889 (Paint Lake Provincial Park)[20]
Patricia Beach Provincial Park Interlake 1961[7] Recreational[2] 50°25′37″N 96°36′22″W / 50.426944444444°N 96.606111111111°W / 50.426944444444; -96.606111111111 (Patricia Beach Provincial Park)
Pembina Valley Provincial Park Pembina Valley 2001[7] Natural[2]
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49°00′11″N 98°09′44″W / 49.0031°N 98.1623°W / 49.0031; -98.1623 (Pembina Valley Provincial Park)
Pinawa Dam Provincial Park Eastman 1985[7] Heritage[2] 50°12′57″N 95°55′43″W / 50.215833333333°N 95.928611111111°W / 50.215833333333; -95.928611111111 (Pinawa Dam Provincial Park)
Pinawa Provincial Park Eastman 1974[7] Recreational[2] 50°08′30″N 96°02′54″W / 50.14166°N 96.04833°W / 50.14166; -96.04833 (Pinawa Provincial Park)
Pisew Falls Provincial Park Northern 1974[7] 92.86 ha (229.5 acres)[2] Recreational[2]
Pisew Falls June.jpg
55°11′52″N 98°23′48″W / 55.19778°N 98.39667°W / 55.19778; -98.39667 (Pisew Falls Provincial Park)[21]
Poplar Bay Provincial Park Eastman 1961[7] Recreational[2] 50°22′30″N 95°46′55″W / 50.375°N 95.781944444444°W / 50.375; -95.781944444444 (Poplar Bay Provincial Park)
Portage Spillway Provincial Park Central Plains 1997[7] Recreational[2] 49°56′56″N 98°19′44″W / 49.948888888889°N 98.328888888889°W / 49.948888888889; -98.328888888889 (Portage Spillway Provincial Park)
Primrose Provincial Park Parkland 1974[7] Recreational[2] 52°23′52″N 101°07′16″W / 52.397777777778°N 101.12111111111°W / 52.397777777778; -101.12111111111 (Primrose Provincial Park)
Rainbow Beach Provincial Park Parkland 1961[7] Recreational[2] 51°07′44″N 99°48′49″W / 51.1289°N 99.8136°W / 51.1289; -99.8136 (Rainbow Beach Provincial Park)
Red Deer River Provincial Park Northern 1974[7] 1 ha (2.5 acres)[2] Recreational[2] 52°53′28″N 101°1′32″W / 52.89111°N 101.02556°W / 52.89111; -101.02556 (Red Deer River Provincial Park)[22]
River Road Provincial Park Winnipeg 1997[7] Recreational[2] 50°03′20″N 96°59′14″W / 50.055555555556°N 96.987222222222°W / 50.055555555556; -96.987222222222 (River Road Provincial Park)
Rivers Provincial Park Westman 1961[7] Recreational[2] 50°02′24″N 100°11′42″W / 50.04°N 100.195°W / 50.04; -100.195 (Rivers Provincial Park)
Rocky Lake Provincial Park Northern 1961[7] 23.94 ha (59.2 acres)[2] Recreational[2] 54°10′31″N 101°23′30″W / 54.17528°N 101.39167°W / 54.17528; -101.39167 (Rocky Lake Provincial Park)[23]
Sand Lakes Provincial Park Northern 1995[7] Wilderness[2] 57°50′32″N 98°31′48″W / 57.84222°N 98.53°W / 57.84222; -98.53 (Sand Lakes Provincial Park)
Sasagiu Rapids Provincial Park Northern 1974[7] 99.6 ha (246 acres)[2] Recreational[2]
Sasagiu-Rapids-Manitoba.JPG
55°8′55″N 98°27′9″W / 55.14861°N 98.45250°W / 55.14861; -98.45250 (Sasagiu Rapids Provincial Park)[24]
Seton Provincial Park Westman 1974[7] Recreational[2] 49°54′09″N 99°12′13″W / 49.9025°N 99.203611111111°W / 49.9025; -99.203611111111 (Seton Provincial Park)
South Atikaki Provincial Park Eastman 1997[7] Natural[2] 51°02′58″N 95°20′10″W / 51.049444444444°N 95.336111111111°W / 51.049444444444; -95.336111111111 (South Atikaki Provincial Park)
Springwater Provincial Park Parkland 1964[7] Recreational[2] 51°51′30″N 100°35′19″W / 51.8583°N 100.58861°W / 51.8583; -100.58861 (Springwater Provincial Park)
Spruce Woods Provincial Park Westman 1964[7] Natural[2]
Spruce Woods Provincial Park.JPG
49°42′34″N 99°05′50″W / 49.7094°N 99.0972°W / 49.7094; -99.0972 (Spruce Woods Provincial Park)
St. Ambroise Beach Provincial Park Central Plains 1961[7] Recreational[2] 50°16′33″N 98°04′27″W / 50.2758°N 98.0742°W / 50.2758; -98.0742 (St. Ambroise Beach Provincial Park)
St. Malo Provincial Park Eastman 1961[7] Recreational[2]
St. Malo Provincial Park.jpg
49°19′11″N 96°55′42″W / 49.319722222222°N 96.928333333333°W / 49.319722222222; -96.928333333333 (St. Malo Provincial Park)
St. Norbert Provincial Park Winnipeg 1976[7] 49°45′17″N 97°08′32″W / 49.754722222222°N 97.142222222222°W / 49.754722222222; -97.142222222222 (St. Norbert Provincial Park)
Stephenfield Provincial Park Central Plains 1971[7] Recreational[2] 49°31′16″N 98°17′45″W / 49.521111111111°N 98.295833333333°W / 49.521111111111; -98.295833333333 (Stephenfield Provincial Park)
Sturgeon Bay Provincial Park Interlake 51°48′14″N 97°48′57″W / 51.803855°N 97.815792°W / 51.803855; -97.815792 (Sturgeon Bay Provincial Park)
Swan River Provincial Park Parkland 1974[7] Recreational[2] 52°07′21″N 101°15′08″W / 52.1225°N 101.25222222222°W / 52.1225; -101.25222222222 (Swan River Provincial Park)
Trappist Monastery Provincial Park Winnipeg 2002[7]
St Norbert Monastery Ruins.jpg
Heritage[2]
49°45′30″N 97°09′23″W / 49.7583°N 97.1564°W / 49.7583; -97.1564 (Trappist Monastery Provincial Park)
Turtle Mountain Provincial Park Westman 1961[7] Natural[2] 49°03′N 100°15′W / 49.05°N 100.25°W / 49.05; -100.25 (Turtle Mountain Provincial Park)
Twin Lakes Provincial Park Northern 1974[7] 1.02 ha (2.5 acres)[2] Recreational[2] 54°39′26″N 101°28′38″W / 54.65722°N 101.47722°W / 54.65722; -101.47722 (Twin Lakes Provincial Park)[25]
Upper Fort Garry Heritage Provincial Park Winnipeg 2014 49°53′15″N 97°08′06″W / 49.88751°N 97.13506°W / 49.88751; -97.13506 (Upper Fort Garry Heritage Provincial Park)
Wallace Lake Provincial Park Eastman 1961[7] Recreational[2] 51°00′10″N 95°21′20″W / 51.00277°N 95.35555°W / 51.00277; -95.35555 (Wallace Lake Provincial Park)
Watchorn Provincial Park Interlake 1962 Recreational[2] 51°16′42″N 98°33′42″W / 51.27833°N 98.56166°W / 51.27833; -98.56166 (Watchorn Provincial Park)
Wekusko Falls Provincial Park Northern 1974[7] 88.23 ha (218.0 acres)[2] Recreational[2] 54°57′35″N 99°58′19″W / 54.95972°N 99.97194°W / 54.95972; -99.97194 (Wekusko Falls Provincial Park)[26]
Whitefish Lake Provincial Park Parkland 1974[7] Recreational[2] 52°20′11″N 101°34′58″W / 52.33638°N 101.58277°W / 52.33638; -101.58277 (Whitefish Lake Provincial Park)
Whitemouth Falls Provincial Park Eastman 1974[7] Recreational[2] 50°06′38″N 96°01′10″W / 50.11055°N 96.01944°W / 50.11055; -96.01944 (Whitemouth Falls Provincial Park)
Whiteshell Provincial Park Eastman 1961[7]
Falcon Lake, Whiteshell Provincial Park (181113533).jpg
Natural[2]
49°55′00″N 95°20′00″W / 49.9167°N 95.3333°W / 49.9167; -95.3333 (Whiteshell Provincial Park)
William Lake Provincial Park Westman 1961[7] Recreational[2] 49°02′28″N 99°58′23″W / 49.041°N 99.973°W / 49.041; -99.973 (William Lake Provincial Park)
Winnipeg Beach Provincial Park Interlake 1968[7] Recreational[2] 50°30′01″N 96°58′13″W / 50.5003°N 96.9703°W / 50.5003; -96.9703 (Winnipeg Beach Provincial Park)
Woodridge Provincial Park Eastman 1974[7] Recreational[2] 49°17′23″N 96°08′51″W / 49.28972°N 96.1475°W / 49.28972; -96.1475 (Woodridge Provincial Park)
Yellow Quill Provincial Park Central Plains 1997[7] Recreational[2] 49°57′25″N 98°19′55″W / 49.95694°N 98.33194°W / 49.95694; -98.33194 (Yellow Quill Provincial Park)
Zed Lake Provincial Park Northern 1961[2] 12.07 ha (29.8 acres)[2] Recreational[2] 56°54′38″N 101°14′31″W / 56.91055°N 101.24194°W / 56.91055; -101.24194 (Zed Lake Provincial Park)

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References[edit]

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  2. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad ae af ag ah ai aj ak al am an ao ap aq ar as at au av aw ax ay az ba bb bc bd be bf bg bh bi bj bk bl bm bn bo bp bq br bs bt bu bv bw bx by bz ca cb cc cd ce cf cg ch ci cj ck cl cm cn co cp cq cr cs ct cu A System Plan for Manitoba's Provincial Parks (PDF) (March 1998 ed.). Winnipeg: Manitoba Conservation, Parks and Natural Areas Branch. 1997. Retrieved 6 October 2017.
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  4. ^ a b "Atikaki Provincial Wilderness Park". Find Your Favourite Park. Parks and Protected Spaces Branch, Government of Manitoba. Retrieved 30 June 2017.
  5. ^ "Atikaki Provincial Park". Geographical Place Names. Natural Resources Canada. Retrieved 5 July 2017.
  6. ^ "Bakers Narrows Provincial Park". Geographical Place Names. Natural Resources Canada. Retrieved 5 October 2017.
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  8. ^ "Bell Lake Provincial Park". Geographical Place Names. Natural Resources Canada. Retrieved 5 October 2017.
  9. ^ a b c "Manitoba Protected Areas Initiative Update 2010" (PDF). Government of Manitoba. Retrieved 12 August 2017.
  10. ^ "NEW BIRCH ISLAND PROVINCIAL PARK WILL PROTECT NATURAL LANDSCAPE AND WILDLIFE: BLAIKIE". News Releases. Government of Manitoba. Retrieved 1 July 2017.
  11. ^ "Burge Lake Provincial Park". Geographical Place Names. Natural Resources Canada. Retrieved 5 October 2017.
  12. ^ a b Colvin Lake Provincial Park Management Plan (PDF). Winnipeg: Manitoba Conservation and Water Stewardship, Parks and Protected Spaces Branch. 2015. Retrieved 6 October 2017.
  13. ^ "Colvin Lake Provincial Park". Geographical Place Names. Natural Resources Canada. Retrieved 5 October 2017.
  14. ^ "Grand Rapids Provincial Park". Geographical Place Names. Natural Resources Canada. Retrieved 5 October 2017.
  15. ^ "Little Limestone Lake Provincial Park". Geographical Place Names. Natural Resources Canada. Retrieved 5 October 2017.
  16. ^ "Neso Lake Provincial Park". Geographical Place Names. Natural Resources Canada. Retrieved 5 October 2017.
  17. ^ "North Steeprock Lake Provincial Park". Geographical Place Names. Natural Resources Canada. Retrieved 5 October 2017.
  18. ^ "Nueltin Lake Provincial Park". Geographical Place Names. Natural Resources Canada. Retrieved 5 October 2017.
  19. ^ "Overflowing River Provincial Park". Geographical Place Names. Natural Resources Canada. Retrieved 5 October 2017.
  20. ^ "Paint Lake Provincial Park". Geographical Place Names. Natural Resources Canada. Retrieved 5 October 2017.
  21. ^ "Pisew Falls Provincial Park". Geographical Place Names. Natural Resources Canada. Retrieved 5 October 2017.
  22. ^ "Red Deer River Provincial Park". Geographical Place Names. Natural Resources Canada. Retrieved 5 October 2017.
  23. ^ "Rocky Lake Provincial Park". Geographical Place Names. Natural Resources Canada. Retrieved 5 October 2017.
  24. ^ "Sasagiu Rapids Provincial Park". Geographical Place Names. Natural Resources Canada. Retrieved 5 October 2017.
  25. ^ "Twin Lakes Provincial Park". Geographical Place Names. Natural Resources Canada. Retrieved 5 October 2017.
  26. ^ "Wekusko Falls Provincial Park". Geographical Place Names. Natural Resources Canada. Retrieved 5 October 2017.