Campfire Conditions

Campfires are currently allowed throughout all Manning Park Campsites!


A campfire is defined as:
An open fire that burns piled material no larger than 0.5 m in height and 0.5 m in width and is used by any person for recreational purpose, or by a first nation for a ceremonial purpose. More information

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Find Your Way Here

You’re Closer Than You Think

Manning Park Resort is easily accessible from both the Lower Mainland and the Okanagan. Located on the Hope-Princeton Highway (Hwy. 3), Manning Park Resort is in the heart of the Cascade Mountain Range in beautiful southern British Columbia. Getting to Manning Park is easy by car, air or bus.  GET DIRECTIONS →

Driving Times

Calgary - 12 Hours
Spokane - 6 Hours
Seattle - 4.5 Hours
Kamloops - 3 Hours
Vancouver - 3 Hours
Kelowna - 2.5 Hours
Sumas - 2 Hours
Osoyoos - 2 Hours
Penticton - 2 Hours
Abbotsford - 2 Hours
Hope - 40 Minutes

Closest Airports

Vancouver (YVR) - 3 Hours
Kelowna (YLW) - 2.5 Hours
Abbotsford (YXX) - 2 Hours
Penticton (YYF) - 2 Hours

Bus Service

Greyhound Bus Service Manning Park ResortGreyhound Canada provides daily bus service to and from Manning Park Resort. Please refer to the Greyhound websitefor rates and details, or call 1-800-661-8747 (TRIP).

Highway Webcams

Hwy 3 at Hwy3/5 Jct-E

Highway 3 at 3/5 junction looking east. (elevation: 258 metres)
Hope Slide

Hwy 3 at the Hope Slide pullout, looking east. (elevation: 734 metres)
Allison Pass

Hwy 3 at Allison Pass, 10 km west of Manning Park resort area, looking east. (elevation: 1343 metres)
Sunday Summit

On Hwy 3, approximately 32 km south of Princeton. Looking north. (elevation: 1289 metres)

Hwy 3 at Frontage Rd on the west side of Princeton, looking south. (elevation: 700 metres)
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