Pups in the Park
For the furry friends
that appreciate the outdoors
as much as you do…
Dog-Friendly Accommodations in the Whiteshell
There are loads of dog-friendly accommodations so you don’t have to leave your pup at home! Be sure to inquire about the full details, as there is usually a pet fee. And don’t forget to mention your dog when booking, as certain cabins or rooms are pet-free at these establishments!
- Whiteshell Lake Resort
- Otter Falls
- Betula Lake Resort
- Inverness Falls Resort
- Nutimik Lodge
- Caddy Lake Resort
- Whitelake Resort
- Riverview Lodge
- Penguin Resort
- The Hotel at Falcon Lake
- Falcon Trails Resort
Dog-Friendly Restaurants in the Whiteshell
Well-behaved pups are welcome on the outdoor patio at Hi-Point Restaurant in the warmer months! Located at West Hawk Lake.
Nite Hawk Cafe
While dogs aren’t able to be included in the indoor dining or enclosed patio at Nite Hawk, there is an outdoor take-out window and lots of picnic tables around the restaurant!
Pets in the Park
Pets are welcome in all Manitoba provincial parks. Many park visitors find that bringing pets enhances their overall outdoor experience; but don’t forget that pets and their owners share the park experience with all other visitors! Below is an excerpt from Manitoba Parks:
Park Pet Rules:
Even the most loving, well-trained dog may act differently or even aggressively when in a new place, around new people, or in the presence of wildlife. If you do bring a dog to a provincial park, you are responsible for it at all times and in all places in the park. This means that you must:
- Take responsibility for the behaviour and conduct of your animal
- Clean up after your dog and place its waste in a garbage container (if garbage containers are not available, you must remove your dog’s waste from the park)
- Have physical control of your dog at all times. In designated off-leash areas you must maintain voice control and carry a leash with you, should it be required
- Pets are not allowed at designated beaches with defined swim areas
Identified service animals for people with disabilities are allowed to access all park areas, as long as the animal remains on a leash or harness, or is otherwise under the direct physical control of the owner.