PARKS, CAMPGROUNDS, YURTS AND VACATION CABINS
Effective May 4, parks, campgrounds, yurts and vacation cabins may
open if people maintain a distance of at least two metres, except
for brief exchanges. This requirement will be enforceable under
the public health order.
Staff must use the self-screening tool
before coming into work.
Employees must stay home when ill and customers are not allowed
entry if they are ill with COVID-19 symptoms.
Staff are given information on physical distancing. Businesses
must post external signs indicating COVID-19 physical distancing
protocols, and floor markings are installed where service is
offered or lines form.
Businesses must maintain a single point of entry.
No more than 10 people may gather in common areas. Congregation
of people should be actively discouraged.
Hand sanitizer is available at entrances and exits for public
and staff use.
Washrooms have frequent sanitization and a regime for business
sanitization is in place
Users must bring their own toilet paper, hand sanitizer and
other personal hygiene products to provincial campgrounds, yurts
and vacation cabins.
People who are travelling to a campground, yurt or vacation
bring required prescription drugs and medical supplies before
gas up before leaving home;
pack out what was packed in and leave no trace;
wear water shoes or sandals while using shower facilities; and
not use local health providers, unless it is an emergency.
Staff and users may wear non-medical masks.
Cashless or no-contact payment should be used to the greatest
Public health officials continue to advise Manitobans to stay home
as much as possible to prevent the spread of COVID-19. When people
do go out, they should take steps to maintain physical distancing.
Do not travel if you or any of your family members require medical
care or have symptoms of COVID-19 (fever, cough, runny nose, sore
throat, shortness of breath or difficulty breathing). If you must
travel to your cottage or second residence, follow these