Turtle Mountain Provincial Park
Sunshine, sand and water are part of the fabric of summer for most Canadians, as well as for a growing number of visitors who are happy to find unpolluted, truly relaxed beaches. Located 15 km south of Boissevain, the Turtle Mountain Provincial Park accomodates a wide variety of summer recreation opportunities and tastes.
Camping and swimming or boating and fishing at one of the park’s many lakes as well as viewing nature are popular choices. If you like to hike or bike, there are several trails, marked off at different distances for different levels of commitment.
If you are a camper, the Boissevain Campground is equipped with drive through RV sites, electrical, firewood, washrooms and showers. Next to the campground is the Boissevain Swimming Pool.
Serviced and unserviced sites are available at the Turtle Mountain Provincial Park, located 15 km south of Boissevain at Adam Lake, William Lake and Max Lake.
Fishing is good at several of these spots, with master angler size fish a regular catch.