Little Limestone Lake
Little Limestone Lake
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Maria S
Steinbach, Canada2 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
May 2024 • Business
Probably the most serene place in Manitoba. Absolutely beautiful. Just wish the road to the lake was better and not such huge potholes to drive through.
Written May 14, 2024
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Katherine M
thompson57 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2022 • Solo
The water is a different colour every time I stop in. Each one more beautiful than the last. A little off the beaten track but well worth the detour.
Written September 13, 2022
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Val K
Winnipeg, Canada49 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2020
Make sure you get your GPS coordinates as the sign (if there is a sign) is not apparent coming from the north. Very frustrating and disappointing. Parks MB - do a better job.
Written August 3, 2020
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Sarah Jane M
2 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Sept 2019 • Couples
When I moved to MB from NS years ago I sought out the best my new province had to offer and zeroed in on Little Limestone. We planned a canoe & backwoods camping trip. I tried my damnedest to seek the aforementioned permission - the band office, nearby outfitters, etc and got nowhere. So we set off nonetheless. It wasn’t even sunny but the lake was beautiful. I’m grateful that it’s not developed, it deserves protection and proper respect. We canoed until we found a spot and set up camp, used the abundant driftwood for a fire and enjoyed the silence. I waded in and did some fishing ( didn’t catch anything but the meditative process is key). Multiple beavers swam close enough to touch, curious as to what humans were doing there. Skinny dipping was entirely acceptable (no one around) and even the beach pebbles were spectacular. I tried my best to get permission and might have broken the rules but had an amazing experience. Even a ferocious thunderstorm and losing a metre of beach overnight didn’t detract from the experience I remember fondly 7 years later. I’d love to go again. I toggle between wanting to go back with permission & development and wanting it to remain unsullied, quiet and beautiful.
Written August 1, 2020
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Gail M
Winnipeg, Canada73 contributions
1.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2020 • Family
True the lake itself is beautiful. However getting there and the site itself is not what I expected as a prov park. Very small sign indicating access. Road in was basically 2 tire tracks with water filled potholes and mud. No facilities at all - outhouse, picnic tables, marked campsites. Hordes of biting flies. And litter everywhere even along the road in. Very disappointing. This is a prov park ???
Written July 27, 2020
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Karen B
Thompson, MB11 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2018 • Family
Finally visited this hidden jewel of a lake! Located approximately 70 km from Grand Rapids, MB and approximately 250 km from Thompson, MB- a beautiful area! The lake is largest marl lake in the world - it has water which has leached thru limestone - the water in warm weather is amazing colour - took family day trip- canoeing - and picnic lunch - open fires prohibited and overnight camping by permission only from Mosihaken (Moose Lake) First Nation. Outboard motorboat allowed and nearby fishermen were catching perch from the shore- Check it out!!
Written August 16, 2018
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Lexie E
60 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2018 • Friends
Very pretty pit stop along the way! There is only a small opening to the lake and both times we stopped in there were at least 10 people crowded in the area which does make it a little less enjoyable. When the sun is not out the water does not look like anything special in my opinion but, when the sun shines down it is indeed like you are no longer in Manitoba. Would be a nice place to take out a kayak or canoe if you had to enjoy it away from the crowd and experience a bit more of it. Pictures don't capture the real beauty of it. The road getting in is very bumpy but, as long as you drive slow you are good. We ended up stopping off after doing the Kwasitchewan Falls hike to take a quick dip in the lake, was definitely refreshing!
Written August 7, 2018
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