This year we are focusing on providing weekly Group Camps and Cultural Experiences. Beginning in July 2020, we will be open for Group Camps of 30 or more people; including First Nations Culture Camps, Womens Wellness Camps, Youth Groups and 'Specialty Camps' for groups of Artists, Writers and Bird Watchers. (call Sherry for more information)
There is much to see and do here. We offer a unique remote wilderness experience that allows our visitors to learn about the plants and medicines that abound in the forests that surround us, to catch a trout (or two), learn about animal tracking, prepare meals and learn about traditional story-telling.
Book your stay in August to include 'berry picking' and canning to our unique camping experience.
Youth groups will be provided with opportunities to learn self-responsibility. Family groups can enjoy the experience of quality family time, with just a one hour per day option for internet usage. Be sure to check out our Facebook site for more pictures and updates.
Bring your camera and be ready to snap a picture of an eagle snatching a fish from an Osprey... or a moose swimming across the lake.
We offer great fishing, hiking, boating, and wildlife viewing. Beautiful scenery and remote feeling but inviting to the entire family.
We are off-grid, and our cabins offer a warm and inviting option for the outdoor enthusiast. Call us to book your stay!
Indoor sleeping accommodations for up to 20 people. Our cabins come equipped with propane cooking stoves, wood heating stoves, beds, clean bottom fitted sheets, all dishes, cutlery, pots and pans you need.
There is no running water, however we provide a 5 gallon water jug with faucet. Dish towels and wash basins are also provided.
17 Tenting / camping sites available for the outdoor experience.
We think that the lake offers some of the best fishing around. The trout are average size of 1 and a half to 2 pounds. There have been some bigger ones too! Wayyyyyyy bigger than 2 pounds! :-)
We have guest who book cabin rentals every May to photograph the amazing White Pelicans. There can be anywhere from 50 to 300 of them arrive each day to sit on the island across from the resort.
There are White Pelicans, eagles, osprey, golden eyes, merganzers and cormorants to see and photograph throughout the season.
Bring a good pair of hiking boots and discover some of the off-grid trails in the area.
It's amazing what you can see just hiking up to the main road and back.
Learn about the abundant plant life in the area for eating and medicinal use.
Do you have some terrific pictures of the resort? Amazing stories that you would love to share? We want to hear about it. Please contact us.
We are currently offering Winter Group activities at the resort if the road upkeep allows.
3811 - 3400 Road, Quesnel, BC V2J 6H6
09:00 a.m. – 05:00 p.m.