Camping at Reed Lake – Grass River Provincial Park in Manitoba is a recreation site. There are total 53 unserviced campsites. You can go to the site and enjoy Camping, Hiking, Swimming, Fishing, Canoeing, Boating and Wildlife Viewing opportunities.
Amenities: Tables provided at campsites, Firewood available on or near campground, Pump water available, Pit toilets, Sewage dumping station, Playground, Picnic shelter, Horseshoe pits, Fish cleaning station, Boat launch.
Site Description: Located on the largest lake in Grass River Provincial Park, Reed Lake campground is well known to anglers for its lake trout, pike and walleye opportunities. Reed Lake was an important link in the historic Upper Track fur trade route of the late 1700’s when competition between the Hudson Bay Company and the North West Company was fierce. The islands of Reed Lake have provided excellent calving sites for the woodland caribou herds of the park. Lucky visitors may catch a glimpse of these seldom seen creatures on or near the islands in spring. The islands also provide welcome shelter for canoeists crossing Reed’s big water on the Grass River canoe route. The campground offers large level sites, basic services, a solar shower and a solar powered water treatment plant. A boat launch, horse shoe pits and a small playground are yours to use when you visit.
Driving Directions: Reed Lake Campground is located 39 km northeast from the junction of Provincial Trunk Highway 39 and Provincial Trunk Highway 10.