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Campgrounds in Winnipeg

Judy Sansom
(Birmingham, AL)

We will be visiting Winnipeg in June and July. We think we understand all that is needed to cross the border into Canada, but we are concerned about where to stay. We will be in a 40' motorhome with a toad. We want full hook-ups and a nice place.


Do you have any suggestions for us? We would really appreciate your help.

Thanks from the wonderful state of Alabama!

Coleen, the RVing editor comments:

When it comes to making recommendations for campgrounds in Winnipeg, I'm no help. The best I can do is appeal to our readers for their suggestions.

Okay, our Canadian readers and those from the US who have traveled through the Winnipeg area… will you help? What RV parks do you recommend? And, if you have other suggestions for places RVers should stop or things they should see in the area, you are welcome to comment on those, as well.

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Winnipeg
by: Carol Ann Quibell

Although I have never camped in Winnipeg, I suggest that you check out their official tourism site. From what I researched, there are a few in the area and you may have to contact them directly to see if they can accommodate your 40' coach. Here are a couple of web addresses to start you off.

http://www.macap.ca/Home.page

http://www.visitwinnipegnow.com/where-to-stay/campgrounds

I hope this at least gets you started. Good luck!

Winnipeg RV Park
by: Dale C

We find that Winnipeg is too large to maneuver in because you always have to go to the city bypass to go anywhere.

One hour west of Winnipeg, right on the #1 Highway, is Portage la Prairie. There you will find Creekside RV.

It was formally a provincial RV park and now private, but the gov't had the best and owners have kept it up. Pool, showers, etc.

And you can drive at high way speed to get to the bypass in less than an hour. Sometimes it takes almost an hour to get to the bypass from the city itself; large cities suck and are costly.

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