Manning Park Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
TripAdvisor Reviews Manning Park Resort Hope
Travel Blogs from Hope
... with big hugs. My Dad is physically gone, but I have them and am so happy for that. After the experience of losing my Dad and trying to cope with it, sometimes very unsuccessfully, the past few months, the adventures in the Scamp seem so inconsequential. But I would not trade the experience of those eleven months on the road for anything. We loved most of it, endured moments of it, and in the end survived eleven months together in a 13’ trailer.
... huge water sprayers that seem to run in arcs around the crop.
The Thompson River winds along and the road follows it, but up much higher, so you are always looking down on it. It is quite a large river as the two Thompson Rivers join at Kamloops. We followed the Thompson until we got to Lytton, where the Thompson joins the Fraser River. They call it the mighty Fraser as it is a very powerful stream that has carved a path through the rocks. It ...
... Lake was our next destination and it was spectacular. The lake is the glacier aqua blue and is very large. There were lots of turnoffs so that we could see and take pictures. When you look at all this beauty, it is hard to realize that this water also provides electricity for a large portion of northwestern Washington.
We turned around here ...
After 3 days in Canada, I am ready to get back to the good old USA.
The Pacific Northwest's beauty has been eluding me. I have always imagined tall pine trees on hilly landscapes and wilderness – none of that concrete jungle I saw in Seattle. It's time for me to head to the less traveled North Cascades National Park.
Here the American Alps begin. This is where I start to see the beauty of the Pacific Northwest as ...
... about four times faster than going up. Once we were back at camp we cooked fritos pie and cleaned the dishes. We kept seeing two mile deer that would come within 20 feet of us and wouldn't be startled by anything. They must have known the campsite. Well, that night they came to visit us again and it scared the living daylights out of us. Once we realized that it was our friends and not a bear we passed out. We were all sore from desolation ...