Manitoba changes campground reservation process to meet high demand – Winnipeg

The Manitoba government is changing the way campground reservations are made to try to avoid long waits for people booking online or being blocked from finding a spot altogether.

This year, people who wish to reserve a yurt or a chalet will only be able to make two reservations at a time instead of three.

The maximum stay for a yurt or cabin reservation will be seven nights, instead of 14.

In order to prevent the online system from crashing under a deluge of requests, there will be five different opening booking days, instead of three, for different parks and types of accommodation.

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Conservation Minister Sarah Guillemard said there will also be computer server upgrades this year.

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She says the government is aiming to roll out entirely new software in 2023.

“The enhancements will help manage the opening-day load of reservations, make the reservation process easier for campers, and provide more opportunities to reserve high-demand, low-inventory camping facilities, such as cabins and lodges. yurts,” Guillemard said in a news release on Friday. .


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