Coronavirus (COVID-19) impacts

Visit the COVID-19 and your visit to Riding Mountain National Park for updates on park facilities and services.


Campground Reservations



For a unique, convenient, and comfortable camping experience, try Yurt camping in Wasagaming Campground.

What is a Yurt?

The Yurt consists of a wood frame enveloped in canvas and equipped with windows and a solid door. The Yurt is constructed on a hard wood floor and is five metres (16 feet) in diameter. Our Yurt can accommodate a maximum of 2 adults. The yurt is also accessible to those with mobility impairments.

General Information

Yurt Camping
  • Reservations are strongly recommended 
  • A damage deposit is required at the time of registration 
  • Maximum 2 people 
  • Yurt now has electricity that includes interior lighting, small heater, and tamper-proof outlet.


To ensure the safety of our visitors and our staff we have made changes to several of our policies, please ensure you read this in full, so you are up-to-date and aware.

If you feel unwell stay home. If you or anyone in your party begins to feel ill or experience symptoms, which could be COVID-19 related, please return home immediately.

It is your responsibility to ensure the safety of yourself and family during your stay.

If at any time you need assistance, or have questions and concerns, please call the campground kiosk at 204-848-7263, or 204-848-7259 rather than going in person.

What to expect during your stay?

  • Please be advised: due to safety concerns barbecues will no longer be included with oTENTik, Yurt or MicrOcube accommodations. Please plan accordingly

Check-in procedure:

  • To allow time for additional cleaning tasks, check-in time is 3 pm.
  • Have your campsite #, confirmation letter and campground map with you.
  • You will check in at the campground kiosk. Please follow social distancing and stay in the indicated zone for check-in.

During your stay:

  • It is important to maintain social (physical) distancing practices while outdoors, this includes the campgrounds, washrooms and shower buildings, on trails, beaches, playgrounds and greenspaces.
  • You should limit your camping excursions to people within your own household. Do not congregate in groups outside of your immediate family/ household. This includes not socializing on neighbouring sites.
  • Camping rules must be observed. The activities of your campsite must not disturb neighboring groups.
  • Campsites that do not observe “bare campsite” policies will have their camping permit cancelled. Please read the campground rules carefully.

Check-out procedure:

  • Check-out time is 11 AM SHARP. No late departures please.
  • Please check your accommodation carefully when you depart.
  • Please drop your accommodation key off at the campground kiosk drop-box slot. Do not pass the key to a campground attendant. 

What to bring:

In addition to your regular camping supplies, please come prepared with the following:

  • Cook stove (please be advised that barbecues are no longer available with your accommodation)
  • Hand sanitizer
  • Large jug for storing water & washing basin/soap (to reduce frequent shared tap use)
  • Water shoes for using the shower facility
  • Print or have an electronic copy of Wasagaming Campground Map and your check-in information and rules

A Few Rules

In addition to the national park’s camping regulations, Yurt campers must follow a few additional rules:

  • For your safety, no food preparation, food or drink storage, eating, drinking, or cooking is allowed inside the Yurt. Please store all food and related items in your vehicle during your stay.
  • Smoking is not permitted within the Yurt
  • Pets are not permitted in the Yurt

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