Park Fees

Manitoba Parks offers some of the lowest park entrance fees and camping fees in North America, making our provincial parks as accessible as possible to everyone. Fees are charged to help recover operating costs and the delivery of services.

Park Vehicle Permits

Motor vehicles are required to display a valid park vehicle permit while visiting a provincial park. Motorcyclists must have a valid park entry permit in their possession.  If you enter a park on foot or by some other self-propelled means (e.g. bicycle), then no park vehicle permit is required.

Purchase and print your vehicle permit online before you visit at  For those that do not have access to a printer, or need alternate payment arrangements (cash/debit), you can purchase your permits from a local retailer or a park office.

You will be able to go online, create a customer profile, select the desired permit type (annual, daily or casual), enter your vehicle licence plate number, and checkout as you would with any other online purchase. A digital copy of the permit will be available to print through your elicensing account.  Park Vehicle Permits must be printed out and displayed in your vehicles windshield.

Permits must show the matching vehicle licence plate number and be clearly displayed in the vehicles windshield.  Permits must be displayed year-round. We recommend you purchase and print your vehicle permit online at home before arriving. 

2024 Park Vehicle Permit Fees
(Includes GST and $4.50 administration fee).
Annual Permits for 2024 go on sale March 1, 2024

Vehicle Permits
Annual $44.50   (valid until April 30, 2025)
Casual $16.50   (valid for three consecutive days)
Daily $9.50   (valid until midnight on the date of purchase)

Bus Permits (vehicles that transport more than 10 persons)
Annual $114.50   (valid until April 30, 2025)
Casual $39.50   (valid for three consecutive days)
Daily  $29.50   (valid until midnight on the date of purchase)

All permits are non-refundable.

If you plan to visit any provincial parks more than three times a year, we recommend purchasing an annual permit.  Annual permits may have up to two licence plates attached to them, so that one permit may be printed twice and used for two vehicles.  Daily and casual permits are valid for only one licence plate number.  Frequently Asked Questions (PDF)

Please note that provincial park permits are not valid in national parks or sites administered by Parks Canada, such as Riding Mountain National Park.

2024 Free Entry Dates
Vehicle permits are not required during the following periods:

  • February 1-29, 2024
  • Family Fishing Weekend (summer) - June 7-9, 2024
  • Canada's Parks Day Week July 15-21, 2024
  • Labour Day Weekend - August 30-September 2, 2024
  • February 1-28, 2025

Regular camping fees still apply during free park entry periods.

Parks Operated by Commercial Operators
The following parks are maintained by commercial operators and may have their own fees for day use and camping. Provincial park vehicle permits are not required in these locations: Grand Valley, Margaret Bruce, Overflowing River, Rocky Lake, Sasagiu Rapids.  Contact the local operators for more information.

Indigenous peoples practicing traditional activities
Manitoba Parks recognizes and supports the rights of Indigenous peoples to conduct traditional harvesting and ceremonial activities on provincial park lands. 

Indigenous peoples (First Nation, Status Indian, and Métis peoples within recognized harvesting zones), engaged in the traditional pursuits of hunting, fishing or trapping for food, gathering or ceremonial activities do not require a Park Vehicle Permit. To clarify, permits would continue to be required for access to recreation services and facility areas outside of traditional activities (such as campgrounds or visiting a beach) and the conducting of commercial activities (with the exception of wild rice harvesting).

Camping Fees

Camping fees vary between campgrounds depending on the availability of surcharged services such as modern washrooms, showers, hookups and complimentary firewood. Minimum nightly fees apply in the case of group camping.

Nightly Camping Fees
Basic Services   $11.55 to $23.10
Electrical Services   $15.75 to $27.30
Electrical/Water Services   $18.90 to $24.15
Full Service   $21.00 to $25.20
*fees are subject to change

Group Fees
$33.60 to $239.40*
*fees are based on minimum group size.  Additional camping units will pay extra upon arrival at the campground.

Comfort Camping Fees (Yurts and Cabins)
Camp Morton   $71.96 to $78.44
Hecla   $37.77 to $68.54
Yurts   $56.00
*fees are subject to change

Seasonal Camping Fees
Basic Services   $393.75 to $838.95
Electrical Services   $551.25 to $981.75
Electrical/Water Services   $696.15 to $880.43
Full Service   $1061.03 to $1173.90
*fees are subject to change

Parks Reservation Service
Reservation Fee $10.00
Reservation Change Fee $4.00