Paint Lake Provincial Park Passport Location
Posted by: Groundspeak Premium Member Peter and Gloria
N 55° 29.483 W 098° 01.425
14U E 561682 N 6149907
Quick Description: The Park Passport Stamp for Paint Lake Provincial Park can be obtained from the campground office.
Location: Manitoba, Canada
Date Posted: 10/27/2011 1:45:06 AM
Waymark Code: WMCYMM
Published By: Groundspeak Regular Member knightfly
Views: 2

Long Description:
Paint Lake is at the end of Hwy 375 off Hwy 6, 32 km south of Thompson, Manitoba. The campground office is just off Hwy 375, 6 km east of Hwy 6. You can also pick up a passport at the campground office, if you need one.

The park is centered around Paint Lake and many of the recreation activities focus on the lake; boating, canoeing, fishing and swimming.
The Paint Lake Resort (204-677-9303) is open year round.

2011 is the third year in a row that Park vehicle permits are not required in Manitoba's Provincial Parks.

If the campground office is closed, you can send a photo of yourself in front of a sign or distinctive landmark along with your passport to: Head of Interpretation, Parks and Natural Areas, 200 Saulteaux Crescent, Winnipeg MB R3J 3W3. They will stamp your passport.

There are 24 parks that listed in the Manitoba Provincial Parks - Passport to Adventure (visit link)
Name of Park, Protected Area, or Cultural Location: Paint Lake Provincial Park

Name of System or Passport Program: Manitoba Provincial Parks Passport To Adventure

Passport Available: Yes, for free

Park Website: [Web Link]

Address of Station:
Hwy 375
East of Hwy 6
32 km south of Thompson, MB Canada


Parking or Entrance Fee: Not listed

Visit Instructions:
No special instructions, but a picture of yourself or of something unique to that place would be a nice touch.
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