The Whitewater Centennial Park is a municipal park built in April of 1982, and is located on Highway #23, 1 mile east of Elgin.
The lake is a man made body of water about two miles long and has pike, pickerel and perch, making it a popular fishing destination. Eighteen camp sites are equipped with hydro, or pitch a tent on one of the many un-serviced sites. A campground host is on site to help with any needs.
Great family fun can be found on the nine hole golf course over looking the lake. Kids and adults can enjoy the sandy beach with a playground alongside, or stroll over to pet the miniature goats who are always entertaining.
Washroom facilities are available and are wheelchair accessible. There is also a clubhouse, which can be used by the campers. For reservations call 204-858-2536 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Golfing: $5.00 per person, or $100.00 per family (4) season pass
Camping: $20.00 per night. Seasonal spots are available but limited.
Located adjacent to the Souris River and Hwy #10, the Riverside Park features picnic areas and riverbank access for fishing, combined with abundant wildlife in the surrounding hills. Please be advised that due to the 2011 flood this park is still currently under construction but we hope to be completed soon!!!