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Manning Travel Guide

Situated approximately 73 km north-west of Peace River, Alberta is the Town of Manning with a population of approximately 1300. Peace River is located in the valley of the Notikewin River on the Mackenzie Highway at the junction of Highway 35 and Highway 691. It is a center for agriculture, forestry and gas production. Manning has a swimming pool, curling rink, ice hockey arena, ski hill and golf course. There is a post office, hospital, and seven churches.

Due to the diversified economy that supports the Town of Manning, the community has prospered as its businesses grew up within it to support the ever growing agricultural, forestry, gas and oil industries.

A hunter and fisherman's paradise in natural bush lands surrounds Manning. "The Land of the Mighty Moose", is not just a symbol. Hunters from near and far take advantage of the abundance of North America's wildlife, including deer, elk, moose, ducks and geese. Well located, Manning and area boasts scenic camping and picnic sites.

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The Old Hospital Gallery & Museum, Manning
The Old Hospital Gallery & Museum

The hospital remained in use until 1955 when the new, more modern Manning Municipal Hospital was built.

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Battle River Pioneer Museum, Manning
Battle River Pioneer Museum

This Heritage Museum offers 20,000 sq ft of interior display space plus a cabin, church, blacksmith shop, post office, and a...

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