Whitemouth River Campground
Whitemouth River Campground provides a unique camping experience filled with family, friends, and fun. We strive to create a quiet, tranquil place where campers can get away from the hustle and bustle of every day life.
About Our Campground
Our lower campground has a combination of RV sites, cabin rentals, tenting sites & day use facilities. It is situated along the banks of the Whitemouth River and has a concrete ramp that offers easy access for canoeing, tubing, and kayaking.
The upper campground offers forested seasonal RV sites, a picnic shelter, and a group recreational area all set among a canopy the trees.
Season and Hours
When to Plan Your Visit
Due to COVID-19 and recent flooding in southeastern Manitoba, we will not be accepting overnight, weekend, or off highway traffic for the 2020 season. Thank you for your patience and understanding and we hope to see you in 2021.
Operating season is May 15 until October 15 (weather dependent).
We strive to open as early as we can after May 1 and will do what we can to accommodate campers until as late in the season as possible.
Office / Store hours are:
Mon - Sat: 9 am - 9 pm
Sun: 10 am - 8 pm
Gate closes daily at 10 pm
Whitemouth River Campground is located in southeastern Manitoba along the peaceful shores of the Whitemouth River.
As a second generation campground, we have always taken great pride in providing a welcoming environment for all our campers.
Whitemouth River Campground is two (2) kilometers off the TransCanada Hwy #1 on a paved road to our entrance.
Heading Eastbound -- We are located 82 kilometers east of Winnipeg, Manitoba and 45 minutes east from the east Perimeter. Turn south at the Hadashville/Hwy 11 intersection.
Heading Westbound -- We are 30 minutes west of the Ontario/Manitoba border. Turn south at the Hadashville/Hwy 11 intersection.
Please note: We have limited signage on the highway, so watch for the Hwy 11 junction and head south.
You can look us up on Google Maps.
The campground has approximately 1.5 km of riverfront. When water levels are sufficient, you are welcome to come and partake in canoeing, kayaking, tubing, and other water activities. We no longer offer rentals or transportation due to insurance policies.
Bicycling and hiking on over 30 kilometers of nature trails in the Sandilands Forest area is a beautiful way to to spend the day exploring various ecosystems.
A multitude of fireguard roads are a great venue for power bikes and ATVing activities. Trails are not maintained, so riders are asked to use them respectfully.
There is an abundance of flora and fauna in and around the campground including snapping and painted turtles, deer, rabbits, otters, beaver, owls, hawks, song birds, waterfowl, and many more species to watch and enjoy in a tranquil setting.
We Have What You Need
Overnight and Weekend Sites
We have a variety of RV and tenting sites including:
- 20 full service (16-30 amp & 4-20 amp) sites;
- 7 sites serviced with 30 amp electric and water;
- 7 serviced sites with 15 amp electric and water;
- 3 riverside RV / tent camp sites with water;
- 5 pine and spruce forest tenting sites with water sites;
- 2 remote tenting sites; and
- 2 groups sites.
Tenting and unserviced sites are available for $18/night. Please contact us for seasonal rates and availability.
Cabin & Prospector Tent Rental
We have two cabins available for rent. Our larger cabin is a comfy rustic one bedroom with a queen bed and sofa bed in the living area. It has a full kitchen, bathroom, and amazing view of the river. The second cabin is a newly renovated bachelor with a queen bed, sofa bed, and a full bathroom. We are in the process of adding a full kitchen. Both cabins have potable water, air conditioning, and a picnic table.
The prospector tent offers the comforts of home in a tent with a wooden floor to keep you dry, a queen size bed for a good night sleeps, and a small table and chairs. Outside is a picnic table and fire pit.
Contact us for prices, more information, and bookings.
We offer basic showers and laundry facilities, a dump station, firewood, camp store, park area, horseshoe pit and two swimming spots on the river, one with a small sandy beach (depending on water levels).
If you are interested in a seasonal site, please contact us and make arrangements to take a look around the campground. We would love to meet you and be your guide.