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If you are ever lucky to visit The Pas, especially in the summer, you will certainly love the Clearwater Lake. Who says we don't have sand beaches in northern Manitoba? From Sunset beach to Pioneer beach, come and be treated. Pioneer beach is particularly family...More
The water is unbelievable!! This is 1 of 4 bodies of water like this in the world!! Spring fed lake is crystal clear with pure sand bars that go out quite a way away from shore. We visited the Caves, Mile 25, and the Main...More
If you are fine with the drive, about 6.5 hrs from Winnipeg, this would be the perfect place. We went there camping for the Canada day weekend. Serene lake and the surroundings, not yet disturbed by the regular tourists.
We camped at the Camper's Cove....More
The trails around this area are fantastic. Also great to snowshoe and ski in this area. Once in the bush, the wind lessens and it is so quiet. If you like ice-fishing, trying to catch lake trout is a great challenge but fun times. Plenty...More
Im not sure if the person who wrote a previous review and said...don't swim here! Omg it had to have been a different lake, Clearwater is exactly that, clear water it has about 4 different public beaches, Sunset, Campers cove, Pioneer bay and the Caves,...More
Went here on business things didn't work out so we had to stay an extra day the water in the lake has green smelly algae floating all along the beach I wouldn't swim here and I sure wouldn't eat the fish coming out of this...More
Response from Anuraga R | Reviewed this property |
Depends on where you would be camping or staying. We had a hard time finding it too. We plugged in the coordinates for Camper's Cove Beach. The caves would be just past the camper's cove street, right after the Pas airport.