Yes, the Manitoba 511 site at Map - Manitoba 511 - Road and Traveller Information | Province du Manitoba still shows PR # 320 as closed even though some people are still using it. Be advised that with higher water levels this year, stronger North winds will result in muddy conditions and frequent flooding on the road past the Goldeye Creek bridge! For boat launching, Chesley's is a good alternative!
Crappy gravel road, muddy rutted out parking lot, questionable launch conditions, no lights, no garbage cans, no washrooms, no filleting facilities, no docks. I have a very hard time saving $18 to give all that up...
I agree with the previous posts. Even if the weather is dry and calm and the road is " passible", you still have to deal with the rutted parking and questionable launch ramp. I made up my mind last year that I wasn't going to trailer my Princecraft there unless there was a big improvement made by municipal and provincial services. This year I have purchased a seasonal pass for around 45 dollars, for Selkirk Park. If I use it 6 times from now til end of Oct. it will be a reasonable price to pay. Long run from S.P. to EOM and back though, so I will have to pick my days weather-wise. Luckily, I don't have to deal with gong show weekend trips.
Saw a few trailers at EOM last weekend but I launched from Selkirk. Selkirk Park is a much better launch in every aspect except distance to Netley. Oddly enough, I caught walleyes within a few kilometers of Selkirk Park while I struggled at Netley for about anything.
I will say though at one of the ramps at Selkirk Park, a guy with an SUV got stuck trying to get his boat up. The gravel was pretty slippery on that ramp. Though I believe he was able to get someone with a pickup to tow the boat up the ramp.