Woods Creek

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Woods Creek

The Woods Creek area is developing into a tourism and recreational centre for the region with excellent fishing, hunting, and bird watching. Dauphin Lake and Lake Winnipegosis located south and west provide for an attractive fishery resource. Lake Manitoba provides a diverse fishery that commonly produces walleye, northern pike, whitefish, burbot and perch.




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Getting There:

The Woods Creek subdivision is located along the northwest shore of Lake Manitoba directly north of Manipogo Provincial Park and approximately 311 km north of Winnipeg or about 75 km northeast from Dauphin. Access to the subdivision is provided by a gravel road off PR 276, approximately 6 km north of the community of Toutes Aides.

Location and Description of Subdivision

The Woods Creek subdivision has a rocky shoreline in most areas. There is no sandy beach at this subdivision; however, there is a beautiful beach at Manipogo Provincial Park five minutes away. The terrain is generally level with an attractive tree cover. The subdivision design has provided a natural buffer space between the front lot lines and the lakeshore. The average lot size is 30m x 46m but may vary due to topographical limitations or other requirements. The nearest public boat launch is located approximately 3 km south at Manipogo Provincial Park.


The Woods Creek subdivision has good road access. The subdivision is pre-serviced by Manitoba Telecom Services (MTS), but the lot holder is responsible for contacting MTS directly to arrange and pay for line extension and cottage hook-up. Limited services are available in the communities of Rorketon located approximately 16 km south, with full service amenities available in Ste Rose approximately 45 minutes south.

Contact for information and permits:

Myles Kopytko
Western Regional Land Manager
Main Floor - 1129 Queens Avenue
Brandon, MB R7A 1L9
Phone: 204-761-7538 Fax: 204-726-6301
Email: Myles.Kopytko@gov.mb.ca