March 30 Update – We have temporarily suspended operations at Manning Park Resort due to COVID-19 concerns as of March 19. We will continue to watch the progress and precautionary measures taken to evaluate when we can reopen. At this time, we are unable to confirm our opening date.
Please note that the entire Resort area is closed and is not accessible for any facilities, including washrooms.
From BC Parks: Manning Park’s trails and day use areas are still open to the public for the moment. All facilities are closed to the public such as campgrounds, outhouses, the resort, and visitor centre. For updated trail information see the BC Parks Trail Report here.
Reservation questions – Please note that our email and phone lines are not being regularly attended to. The best way to get ahold of us is to email email@example.com. We will be periodically checking and responding to emails. Timing of response could be up to two weeks. We appreciate everyone’s patience and understanding during this unprecedented time.
The Nordic and Alpine Ski areas are closed – no persons or vehicles are permitted in these areas.
Thank you for your understanding during this challenging time. Stay healthy!
March 19 Update – Manning Park Resort has temporarily suspended all operations as of 4pm Wednesday, March 18, 2020. This decision is due to the announcement by the BC Health Authority with respect to COVID-19.
Please note that the entire resort area is closed and is not accessible for any facilities, including washrooms.
For any reservation questions, please note that our email and phone lines are not being regularly attended to, however, please leave us a message or email firstname.lastname@example.org and we will be periodically responding to them.
The ski area is closed at Strawberry Flats and no vehicles are permitted past this point.
E.C. Manning Provincial Park camping is closed as per BC Parks, however the trails remain open to explore for day tripping. As per BC Parks, “Visitors may use front country and backcountry areas where accessible but should keep in mind they are responsible for their own safety and that washroom facilities will not be available at parks.”
Thank you for your understanding during this challenging time. Please enjoy some fresh air and stay safe!
March 16 – Manning Park Resort, while sitting on a great deal of snow, recognizes it has a role to play in protecting the public and our staff. This temporary closure will include all areas of Manning Park Resort including the lodge and cabin accommodations, all food and beverage outlets, as well as the Nordic Centre and ski area. The snowshoe and backcountry trails in E.C. Manning Park remain open.
Over the next two to three days, we will work diligently to move guest reservations that had planned their Spring Break activities with us. We anticipate that there will be many calls and emails and we appreciate your patience as we work to answer them.
While we would have liked to finish the season, we recognize that we are dealing with extraordinary circumstances and we want to do our part. In the past we have kept some activities as well as Food and Accommodation options available at the end of the snow season. To meet the guidelines mandated by the Provincial government, we will be closing all facilities for a period of at least two weeks, as of Wednesday. Our spring events are also regretfully cancelled.
We know this is disappointing news. We thank you for your understanding. For any other updates as they become available, please visit our website.
General Manager, Manning Park Resort