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Visitors can reserve sites beginning on Tuesday

WASAGAMING — Campers can make their Wasagaming Campground reservations starting at 8 a.m. on Tuesday, April 9, for the entire summer.

The Wasagaming Campground is in Riding Mountain National Park’s Townsite and near the shores of Clear Lake. It offers 500 campsites with a variety of camping options ranging from: unserviced to fully serviced campsites; yurts, a comfortable, hassle-free camping experience and the recently introduced oTENTik Tents, a camping experience with more comfort and less work.

“Riding Mountain National Park provides a variety of amenities, outdoor activities and events making it one of Manitoba’s prime tourism destinations,” said Richard Dupuis, visitor experience manager at Riding Mountain National Park. “We are excited about offering our visitors another great summer experience,”

Parks Canada has taken many steps to reach out and better meet its visitors’ needs. This includes making camping with services such as a more user friendly reservation service. Reservations can be made at reservations.parkscanada.gc.ca or by calling 1-877-737-3783. People who wish to reserve online are encouraged to create an online user profile in advance.

Not too sure what week to book your Riding Mountain experience? The park will be having special events throughout the summer including: Canada Day celebrations; Canada’s Parks Day (July 20); Wasagaming Weekend (Aug. 9-11) and Boo In the Park and Outdoor Event (Aug. 24).

Riding Mountain National Park also offers a variety of additional camping experiences on a walk-up basis, including non-serviced sites at Lake Audy, Moon Lake, Deep Lake and Whirlpool Lake.

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Republished from the Brandon Sun print edition April 5, 2013

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WASAGAMING — Campers can make their Wasagaming Campground reservations starting at 8 a.m. on Tuesday, April 9, for the entire summer.

The Wasagaming Campground is in Riding Mountain National Park’s Townsite and near the shores of Clear Lake. It offers 500 campsites with a variety of camping options ranging from: unserviced to fully serviced campsites; yurts, a comfortable, hassle-free camping experience and the recently introduced oTENTik Tents, a camping experience with more comfort and less work.

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WASAGAMING — Campers can make their Wasagaming Campground reservations starting at 8 a.m. on Tuesday, April 9, for the entire summer.

The Wasagaming Campground is in Riding Mountain National Park’s Townsite and near the shores of Clear Lake. It offers 500 campsites with a variety of camping options ranging from: unserviced to fully serviced campsites; yurts, a comfortable, hassle-free camping experience and the recently introduced oTENTik Tents, a camping experience with more comfort and less work.

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