About the Park

Manning Park is a popular four-season destination area in British Columbia with driving access to the Sub-Alpine Meadows in the summer. It is also the end point of the Pacific Crest Trail spanning from Mexico to BC.

Summer features: camping, hiking, biking, stargazing, horseback riding, bird and wildlife watching, fishing, canoeing/kayaking/paddle boarding (boat rentals available) and new playground.

Winter features: winter camping, snow shoeing, Nordic and Alpine skiing, skating and tubing.


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Contact

Sunshine Valley Recreation Inc.
dba Manning Park Resort
Phone: 604-668-5953
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: www.manningpark.com

www.bcparks.ca

Manning Park Visitor Centre
open daily mid-June – mid-September

Rates

Backcountry camping – $5/person/night
Cambie Creek group camping base fee – $20/group site/night
Mule Deer frontcountry camping – $25/party/night
Coldspring, Hampton frontcountry camping – $23/party/night
Lightning Lakes frontcountry camping – $35/party/night
Lone Duck 1&2 group camping base fee – $80/group site/night
Sani-station – $5/discharge
Winter frontcountry camping – $11/party/night

Facilities

357 campsites at 4 campgrounds, also Resort with cabins and lodge rooms.Lightning Lakes (143 sites), Coldspring (66), Hampton (99), and Mule Deer (50). Lodge (41 guest rooms, 6 meeting rooms plus full amenities) and 33 Cabins & 4 chalets. Resort features 8 new premium cabins, which sleep 11 people for vacation rental; 41 Lodge rooms; 33 cabins, 4 chalets plus a unique building for groups, called the Last Resort, which has 17 rooms and sleeps up to 50 people. Also has a pool that campers can pay $5 to use, a restaurant, store and liquor store. There are also ten wilderness backcountry camping areas (55 sites), day use areas, group sites, flush toilets, showers, sani-station.

Location

The Resort and main area of the Park is about 70 km from both Hope and Princeton.

Size

70,844 ha.

Available activities & amenities at this park ↓

Park Amenities


  • Vehicle accessible camping facilities

  • Wilderness / backcountry / walk-in camping

  • Group campsites

  • Picnic sites

  • Wheelchair accessible

  • Toilets

  • Showers

  • Sani-station / dump facilities

  • Campfires allowed

  • Interpretive programs

  • Beach

  • Boat Launch

  • Pets must be on leash

  • Cabins, yurts or lodges for public use

Park Activities


  • Canoeing / kayaking

  • Fishing

  • Hiking

  • Bicycling

  • Wildlife Viewing

  • Horseback riding

  • Winter Recreation

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