Park in BC (JF Bergeron photo)
Hope is an excellent home base to explore a number of parks for camping, fishing, hiking and wildlife viewing.
Manning Provincial Park
Manning Provincial Park's bio-diversity is a glorious mix of landscapes where Pacific rhododendrons hug the floor of lush coastal forests and where subalpine meadows give way to dry land stands of spruce and pine. The result is a year-round playground especially for camping, picnicking, hiking, horseback riding and mountain biking.
Manning Park Resort operates various facilities, including a country store selling everything from fishing tackle to camping gear.
Lightning Lake lies nearby and is a beautiful spot to enjoy a picnic, rent a canoe or mountain bike, fish, swim and hike. From here there are several hiking routes including the Skyline Trail that climbs up through the forest to scenic ridges.
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A popular tourist attraction for the town of Hope & provides viewing, walking & picnicking opportunities. The hiking trail links to the historic Hope-Nicola Cattle Trail & the Othello tunnels were cut through granite for past railway access.
68 Km East Of Hope
Hope, British Columbia
Manning Park is one of the most popular destination areas in the province. The landscape diversity of this park combined with 4 seasons' development, provides a wide range of both summer & winter recreational opportunities such as hiking, horseback riding, kayaking & canoeing.