The County of Northern Lights lies in the centre of the Mighty Peace Country and is home to a dense boreal forest, majestic rivers, abundant wildlife, and secluded lakes, where visitors can get up close and personal with nature.
Attractions and events include First Nations experiences, local museums representing the region’s history and annual events celebrating the culture and heritage of the County. There is no shortage of four season leisure pursuits including hiking, golfing, camping, wildlife watching, fishing, hunting, skiing, and snowmobiling in the County’s vast recreation areas.
The Deh Cho Travel Connection winds its way through the County on historic Highway #35 through territory that is rich in aboriginal and pioneer history and enhanced by breathtaking scenery.
Lodging and campground choices abound in the County. Please refer to the Alberta Hotel and Lodging Association website or ExploreCountyofNorthernLights.com, the official recreation, culture and tourism website for the County.
For additional tourism information:
Manning Tourism Information Centre
#300 Main Street, Hwy 35
Manning, Alberta T0H 1M0
Toll Free: 1.800.215.4535
Toll Free: 1.800.ALBERTA (252.3782)