Campfire Conditions

Campfires are currently permitted 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

Smoke-Free Manning Park

Please smoke in Designated smoking areas only.


Designated areas at the Resort include:
-Cordoned off stall in front of Manning Park Lodge, near ‘Camping Info’ kiosk
-The covered pathway area at the back of the Lodge, to the west of the Lodge, towards the cabins. More information

Current Weather

Which Way Will you Go?

Enjoy a diverse and scenic network of trails from Manning Park Resort. Winding their way through alpine valleys, along lakes and rivers, and up into the peaks of the Cascades, trails at Manning Park follow ancient routes and reach breathtaking vantage points.

You can stay close to your room or campsite in the Lightning Lake area for a day trip, or venture into the backcountry for a multi-day adventure. Whether you are hiking, biking at horseback riding, the trails at Manning Park are unforgettable.

Check out our Hiking page for a detailed view of easy, moderate and difficult trails at Manning Park. Make sure to visit our Horseback Riding & Biking sections to see which trails allow horses & bikes.

We have a selection of detailed recreational and topographical maps available for purchase at the Country Store and Visitor Centre, including a new release of our favourite map by Clark Geomatics, now printed on tear-resistant, waterproof material.

Also see the E.C. Manning Provincial Park map below with some basic trail info available at the Resort and Manning Park Visitor Centre.

Please note for your own safety and the preservation of the park, obey posted signs and keep to designated trails. The plants at Manning Park are affected by extreme weather and a short growing season. For this reason, we ask that hikers and pets stay on trails and do not trample or pick the flora. During the winter season all trails are open to snowshoeing, backcountry skiing and winter hiking. Any persons using the trails during the winter season do so at their own risk.

E.C. Manning Provincial Park

Clark Geomatics - E.C. Manning Provincial Park

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