Winter features: winter camping, snow shoeing, Nordic and Alpine skiing, skating and tubing. Summer features: camping, hiking, biking, horseback riding, bird and wildlife watching, fishing, canoeing/kayaking/paddle boarding (boat rentals available) and new playground.
EC Manning is celebrating the 75th anniversary of the park in 2016. Check website for special anniversary events and seasonal park events like Lantern and Kite Festivals. 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.
Facilities357 campsites at 4 campgrounds, and a Resort with cabins and lodge rooms. Lightning Lakes (143 sites), Coldspring (66), Hampton (99), Mule Deer (50), 10 wilderness backcountry camping areas with a total of 55 sites, day use areas, group sites, flush toilets, showers, & a sani-station. The resort features 41 Lodge rooms, 5 meeting rooms, 25 Cabins plus a unique building for groups, called the Last Resort, that has 17 rooms and sleeps up to 50 people. The resort also has a pool, hot tub, sauna and steam room building that campers can pay $5 to use, and a restaurant, store and liquor store.
LocationThe Resort and main area of the Park is about 70 km from both Hope and Princeton.
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Sunshine Valley Recreation Inc.
dba Manning Park Resort
E-mail: [email protected]
Manning Park Visitor Centre
open daily mid-June – mid-September
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