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A brisk swim on a hot day is refreshing and invigorating. The absence of powerboats gives canoeists and sailboarder opportunities for calm waters and peaceful quiet that might not be found on other, more popular lakes. If water sports aren’t on your agenda, bathe in the sun and watch the clouds roll by as you lie on the warm sand. The two beaches offer ample space, and the beach volleyball courts will encourage people to get on their feet and show off their skills.
Although the park is only about one kilometer from the town of St. Malo, the natural setting of the area would never betray this fact. Sunlight streams through the trails that are lined with trembling aspen, bur oak, balsam poplar, chokecherry and wild plum. These trails are popular for hiking and bicycling in summer, while snow converts them to cross-country ski trails in winter. All of the trails are suitable for novices, which means the whole family can take part in an afternoon excursion. A Winter Festival (Festival of Friends) is held in February.
Clean, friendly and fun, St. Malo Provincial Park has been, and continues to be, the ideal spot for family or group functions. Amenities, natural setting and a wealth of community spirit make St. Malo a natural choice for a lazy summer day or an active summer vacation.
Water Fun Rentals
- Rent Paddleboats, Kayaks, Canoes, Paddleboards and Tubes (Pontoon boat no longer available) to be used on St. Malo Lake at the Provincial Park
- Hours are from 11am-7pm daily (weather permitting)
- Contact info 204-712-0500
Park Telephone Numbers:
Campground Office (May – Oct.) (204) 347-5283
St. Malo Beach Shop (204) 347-5599
Campsite Reservations (toll-free) 1-888-4U2-CAMP
Or, in Winnipeg, 948-3333