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St. Ambroise Provincial Park has been widely known as a place for relaxation and rest by many Manitobans ever since it opened in 1961. Situated on the shores of Lake Manitoba and surrounded by swampland, St. Ambroise Park becomes a staging area for a wide variety of waterfowl in the beginning of spring, making it a favourite spot for Manitoban birdwatchers. In the summertime, the park is visited by many families who are attracted to its pristine beach and its calm shallow waters.


In spring 2011, St. Ambroise Provincial Park was damaged by one of the worst floods in the history of Manitoba. A large part of the beach was washed over and the campsites had to be closed to the public.


In 2013, the park’s day sites were reopened to the public, thanks to a renovation undertaken by the Government of Manitoba. Eight years later in 2021, the St. Ambroise Provincial Park’s campsite is reopening its doors to the public under the lead of Sterling Ducharme, an entrepreneur native to the region.


The product of these renovations is Surfside Beach Campground. Surfside Beach Campground features many campsites as well as lots designated for seasonal RVs. Each seasonal lot offers electricity and water. Wi-Fi and lighting are pending.


Come enjoy your summer in this exceptional place in Manitoba!

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