Mossberry Lake

Mossberry Lake is 71 hectares with a maximum depth of 5.8 meters and a mean depth of 2.7 meters. Walleye are the targetable fish species present. As one time, Mossberry was one of the most popular walleye fisheries in the Duck Mountains but stocking was discontinued when access became more and more difficult. Mossberry Lake experiences periodic winterkills, so be sure to speak to the locals before planning a trip to Mossberry Lake.

**Due to the nature of difficulty regarding access on backcountry lakes, launch access areas are restricted to small watercraft only.


Located 80.2 km from Swan River, MB off of PR #366 in the Duck Mountain Provincial Park. The distance from trailhead to Mossberry Lake is 10 km. The lake is located along the Mossberry Lake ATV trail, which is minimally maintained by Manitoba Parks. Nowadays, the lake is most commonly accessed by ATV in the summer months, and snowmobile in the winter months. During dry periods the trail is also promoted for use by hikers and cyclists. The trail may be unexpectedly closed following heavy rainfalls or during wet periods. It is recommended that the Park’s Office at Blue Lakes be contacted for trail updates and to Check-In if you intend to camp at any of the backcountry camping areas along the trail.