Camp Nutimik’s Facilities

Our camp is situated 115km northeast of Winnipeg on provincial Road #307 in the middle of thousands of acres of forests, lakes and rivers in Manitoba’s picturesque Whiteshell Provincial Park. Or site is located on the shore of Lake Nutimik, which is a part of the Winnipeg River System. It’s location gives the ideal opportunity for both summer and winter recreation, outdoor education and wilderness experiences that only a camp setting can provide.

Program Options

Camp Nutimik offers a large amount of recreational options varying by season. Summer options include:
the Waterfront (swimming, canoeing, kayaking, fishing, water trampoline), Fort Nutimik Play Structure, Outdoor Campfire-Cook Pits,Hiking Trails, Nature Walks, Outdoor Sports (volleyball, soccer, baseball, archery),as well as Indoor Sports (floor hockey, bouldering, and foosball).Winter options include: the Tube Slide,
Ice Skating, Hockey, Broom Ball, Ice Fishing, as well as Indoor Sports (floor hockey, bouldering, and foosball).

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Camp Nutimik is ideal for:

  • Schools
  • Retreats
  • Church Groups
  • Community Groups
  • Family Reunions
  • Conferences
  • Day Trips – Canoe Trips
  • Outdoor Education
  • …and More
The Lakeside Hall
This modern building offers a fully-equipped commercial kitchen, washrooms, showers, laundry room canteen,infirmary, fireplace, piano, audio/visual equipment, recreational area and a spectacular view of Lake Nutimik. With a dining capacity of 200, this facility offers maximum flexibility.
  The House on the Rock
The House on the Rock 
This self-contained lodge overlooks the lake and accommodates up to 46 people. The combination dining/meeting area with fireside and deckis perfect for
large groups or a smaller more intimate gathering.
The House on the Rock also features a fully-equipped
kitchen, washrooms and showers.

Site Map

Click here to download
a map of the camp grounds.

Floor Plans

Lakeside hall & cabins floor plan

House on the Rock plans

Rental Rates

2018 rental rates

School groups rates

Group menu options


Click here for our booking calendar.

The cabins each have 5 bunk beds accommodating 10 people per cabin. There are 9 cabins in total which means there is room for 90 people all together. Each cabin is individually heated for winter, and has a large fan to circulate air in the hot summers.
Multipurpose Building
This building offers a large open floor space which can be used as a gym or auditorium. During the summer months it is used as the chapel. It is also heated and air conditioned making it a comfortable place to be in all seasons.

Athletic Field
Open year round our Athletic field is large enough for a healthy game of soccer, football or any other field game you can think of. There are two permanent soccer goal posts in place at either end with more than ample room to run around.Our volleyball court is great
Fort Nutimik
This Fort Nutimik is the largest of its kind in Manitoba
and one of the biggest in all of Canada.
There are swings, slides, monkey bars,table games,
climbing towers and much more.
Jessie’s Outpost
This is a enclosed fire pit seating area with a stage and ample seating for large groups while still creating an intimate setting for those reflective and emotional times around a fire.
The waterfront has a massive sandy beach and swimming area. The swimming area is enclosed on all sides by high grade floating docks. During the summer there is a floating trampoline with blob, log and slide toys to go with it. Explore the beautiful lake with available canoes and kayaks.

The Retreat
This is a a cedar gazebo with both a screened in area and a deck platform overlooking the lake. It is great for those quiet personal times, for small groups looking to meet in a sheltered area outside or for a picnic on the deck overlooking the lake on a hot sunny day.
Ice Rink
Available in the winter is the outdoor ice rink.
It is great for putting together a game
of hockey or broomball with a large group.

Tube Slide
Available in the winter the tube slide is not to be missed. The iced slide goes from high up on the top of the shore down to the frozen lake below. It is hours of fun for all ages.

Here’s some pics of House on the Rock: