Singush Lake

Singush Lake is 528 hectares with a maximum depth of 12.2 meters and a mean depth of 2.2 meters. Features present include an established boat launch, dock, filleting shack, non-modern washrooms, parking, informative signage and basic campground sites. Singush has 43 developed cottages and 13 basic campsites. More information on all services available within the campground can be found on the “Learn More” page under Manitoba Parks.

Targetable fish species present are walleye, smallmouth bass and northern pike. Watercraft access is currently restricted on Singush Lake due to the potential presence of zebra mussels (detected in 2016). Restricting access will help contain the spread of these invasive species, if their presence is confirmed. Until results are conclusive, all visitors to Singush Lake are prohibited from launching any watercraft. Singush Lake cottagers are issued control orders allowing them to launch their watercraft in the lake, but with the restriction that their watercraft cannot be used in any other Manitoba water body. For more information on aquatic invasive species, visit


Located 91.9 km from Swan River, MB off of PR #367 in the Duck Mountain Provincial Park.