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.
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 arrive 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 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.
We are hoping to add an Ice Fishing house this year, and spend more time fishing!
You can be sure that we will update the site to let you know when it is ready to be rented out.
How far are you from Quesnel?
It is a scenic 50 minute to 60 minute drive from the City of Quesnel.
Do the cabins have Fridges?
No, you need to bring your coolers and ice.
Do you provide blankets and pillows?
Unfortunately, living off-grid means that we do not have laundry facilities etc. You need to bring sleeping bags and pillows.
Do you rent boats?
We provide a boat to cabin renters, but you need to bring your own motor. We no longer are able to keep up with motor repairs. :-)
Do you have showers?
Yes! Thanks to JIm figuring out a great little system, we do offer hot showers from June to November.
There are so many activities to take part in with your family, friends and four legged family members.
We are dog-friendly and really get a kick out of seeing dogs enjoy the freedom to run around the campground with their owners close at hand.
When we have many families here, we ask that all dogs be kept on a leash, it is a new environment to most of them, and until they are comfortable with the newness of the resort, it is safer for all that they remain on a leash while visiting.