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2 RV Parks near The Pas, Manitoba
Sites: 80 | Recent Rate: $$$$ | 1 Reviews
Aug 2018 - $18.00
Rate shown does not include the $5 CAD daily entry fee. Campers Cove Campground is the first one encountered after entering the park from Hwy 10. Everyone staying at this one and the other campground at Pioneer Bay have to register at Campers Cove. Office staff was friendly and helpful. Park roads and sites are gravel. There are two sections, East Bay and West Bay. Our site was in West Bay. It was a fairly level back-in and enclosed by the surrounding forest for good privacy. The only hookup was the electric. It was located close to the middle of our rig which was convenient and there was no problem with the power. The water fill up (very slow) and the dump station are near the entrance to the campground. There is a table and a fire grill included at each site. Washrooms and pay showers are located in the middle of each section. There is a garbage enclosure at the exit of each of the loops roads. No OTA TV or Wi-Fi. I was able to get satellite TV at the entrance of our site, but most sites would be blocked by trees. For someone without an RV or tent, there is one area with yurts. Access to the day use area and beach can be found at the end of the road where the yurts are located. From there I was able to view a beautiful sunset over Sunset Bay. This campground is definitely worth a second visit. - Onemoretrail
Sites: 27 | Recent Rate: $$$$ | 2 Reviews
Jun 2018 - $18.00
We were looking for a place in the general area to stay to rest for a couple of days and see the sights. We're self-contained and don't use the facilities except for an occasional shower. We stayed a Saturday and Sunday in early June in our 8 meter (25 foot) MH. There are 2 CGs at Clearwater Lake Provincial Park. Pioneer Bay is about 10 km (6 mi) further along MB 287. We stayed at Campers Cove, closest to The Paw. This is a nice campground. The park is clean and well maintained. The sites are mostly large, level and shaded. Most are electric only with a few unserviced. There was weak, intermittent ATT and Verizon cell signals while roaming on Rogers service. - dsvt
Jul 2016 - $22.00
It's a Provincial Park and nice enough as they go. It is set on a hillside leading down to the lake and one thing I loved was the breeze blew over the lake and into the campground and we could see the lake from our picnic. The beach itself is also exceptionally nice, sandy, long stretch of shallow warm water set in the bend of the lake. What I did not like was it is a small campground tightly wedged in between private cottages and it had a feeling of being too settled. The turns were tight and while the campsites were long and generous, they were set at all kinds of odd angles to accommodate the hillside and they were less than level. We had trouble getting our dining tent up because of the sloping at our site. The other thing I did not like was busloads of people coming into the same beach for day trips so the beach area was crowded daytime and it was really noisy with people sounds. Forget having an afternoon nap. There were very few birds daytime. Evenings and mornings were fine. The train runs right nearby. I like trains so to me it was a feature but maybe not so much for other people. Mosquitoes were horrendous and so thick they were going up our nose and landing on us in spite of 33% DEET when there was no breeze from the lake so the dining tent is a real necessity. The Pas is 41km away and has all amenities. Clearwater Lake is a real fishing place. Boating is exceptional. Campers Cove has boating support and access directly to the lake and fish cleaning stations. Pioneer Bay does not but there is a good boat launch only a block to the east. The so called "caves" of this park about 6 km away are not caves, just big cracks in the coast but well worth the short hike to go and see. - Judy Birchland