Turtle Mountain Provincial Park overlooks Lake Metigoshe, an ideal family recreational spot for fishing, boating, skiing, and swimming, skidooing and more. The US-Canada border crosses through the lake, where boaters of these two neighbouring countries share common waters.
There are mosre now than 200 lakes and wetlands to explore, along with rich forests of aspen, elm, ash and birch and more! Turtle Mountain rises up 245 metres from the prairie which means it's a must see for any mountain biking enthusiast. It's also home to lots of wildlife too, including moose, deer, beavers, raccoon's and of course the beautiful birds!
The Turtle Back Tower is accessible via a hiking trail and it offers panoramic views of the Turtle Mountains and surrounding areas, perfect for a photo stop! The lakes are popular for fishing, boating and you can also do a spot od windsurfing.
There's camping at Adam Lake which has electrical hookups and water, but there's also basic campgrounds too if you fancy it.
$9.50 for a day parking permit
Backcountry campers should be aware the Oskar Lake Campsite and the James Lake Cabin are available for overnight use.
Leaving Brandon, follow PTH 10 south, 100 km/62.1 mi
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