Fishing lodge

Recreational Opportunity South of Chetwynd

New Listing

70 acres on License of Occupation


South of Chetwynd

Fish Species: 
Bull Trout, Rainbow Trout, Arctic Grayling, Whitefish.

This is a great opportunity for someone that wants to take a few clients every year to get away from it all.  This License of Occupation (LOC) includes 4 separate sites south of Chetwynd: Bullmoose Creek, Sukunka River and two sites on the Murray River. This is a commercial recreation license allowing for a wide range of activities.  Two of the sites include well-kept log cabins.

Main camp is accessible by road and includes 68 acres with 15 to 20 of those acres being good horse pasture with a creek running through it.  This site used to include a hip-roof barn and corrals, however, they are in disrepair now.  The Sukunka River site is also accessible via road (wall tent site), whereas the other two sites (cabin sites) are only accessible via four wheeler or horse.

On the license you also have access to a large area around Bullmoose Creek, Sukunka River and Murray River for your recreational use.  Because this LOC is on a commercial recreation license and does not specify a particular activity, the possibilities are abundant for what you could do.  The past owner used the LOC for hiking trips, horse pack trips, and float trips.  Bring your ideas and make it your own!

Improvements Summary: 
2 log cabins

- 2 log cabins

Other Information: 

Please call Lynzy for more information 250-870-3021 or email

55.378696°, -121.707916°

Lakefront Get-Away or Fishing Lodge south of Houston

New Listing

9.3 acres on Crown Lease


40 kms. south of Houston

Fish Species: 
Rainbow trout, lake trout, and char. Cutthroat trout, salmon and steelhead nearby.

This is a great lakefront get-away only 45 minutes south of Houston on a good gravel road.  This 9.3 acre property is situated on quiet Owen Lake with 7,000 foot Nadina Mountain practically in your backyard.  The fishing is fabulous for trout and char in Owen Lake, as well as cutthroat trout being available at nearby glacial fed Klate and Base Lakes.  Fantastic salmon and steelhead fishing is only a 20 minute drive away on the Morice River.  After your morning fish, hike up Nadina Mountain from the old trail that starts right from the property.     

This Crown Lease property consists of 2 log cabins overlooking the lake.  The cabins each have 2 sets of bunk beds, kitchen with propane stove and fridge, and wood stoves for heat.  The cabins come complete with pots, pans, dishes, and furnishings. Also, on the property is a large 46 x 44 hanger / shop with concrete floor, completely dry-walled.  Included in the sale are two generators housed in the powerhouse, along with a 500 gallon fuel tank.  There is a water license on Klate Creek which flows through the property.      

There is also an old log lodge on the property that may be repairable for someone that is handy and ambitious!

Bring this property back to it’s original glory as a lodge or use as is for a fishing or hunting get-away or just somewhere to go with the family. 

Area Data: 

Nadina Mountain Provincial Park

Nadina Mountain Park encompasses an isolated granitic mountain rising up from the rolling terrain of the Nechako Plateau. The mountain is a unique and dominant feature on the landscape and is theorized to have been a refugia during the last glaciation. Unique rock formations include large granite pillars. Heavy forest below gives way to an expansive alpine tundra on the summit plateau.

A significant population of mountain goats make Nadina Mountain their home. Tufts of goat hair are to be found on rocks along the route to the summit and viewing opportunities are plentiful. Other species commonly observed in the area are black bear, ground squirrels, marmots and deer.

Improvements Summary: 
2 Log Cabins, Hanger/Shop, Powerhouse, Log Lodge (in disrepair)

Two Log Cabins:

-wood stove



-pots, pans, dishes

-2 bunk beds

-4 mattresses

-dinette set


-wired for power 


-44 x 46 

-fully dry-walled

-concrete floor

-tin roof

-large roll-up door


-16 x 12

Log Lodge (in disrepair)

-3,780 sq. ft.

-did have 5 bedrooms, kitchen, dining room, and 2 bathrooms


-37.5 KW generator

-4.5 KW generator

-500 gallon fuel tank


Other Information: 

Please call Lynzy at 250-870-3021 for more information or email at

54.099644°, -126.753988°

Trophy Fishing Camp in NE Saskatchewan

New Listing

0.35 acres on Government Lease


NE Saskatchewan

Fish Species: 
Northern Pike, Lake Trout, Arctic Grayling and White Fish

This would make an excellent small business for someone that wants to get away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life for a couple of months every summer.  This fly-in fishing camp is set-up to accommodate up to 11 guests, plus staff.  It is well set-up and well equipped, consisting of 5 pine cabins, plus a shower house complete with hot water, all tucked away in the woods behind a beautiful sand beach. 

This lake is a good size at 13km long and 6km wide. The scenic lake has many sand beaches, islands and sand eskers along the shores.  This is an excellent trophy pike lake with many spawning areas in the shallow waters on the east side. Lake trout fishing is also excellent and abundant arctic grayling can be found in the river.  During inclement weather you can choose from the 3 bays that surround the cabins and fish right off shore; many trophy pike have been caught in these bays. 

The camp consists of a main cabin complete with a fully equipped kitchen and dining area with wood stove.  There are also 3 guest cabins, 1 staff cabin, shower house with flush toilets and maintenance building.  This package includes 8 boats, 7 outboard motors, a solar system and a generator - see the equipment list for full details.  This camp is fully equipped and ready to go, just bring your rods!  


Improvements Summary: 
Lodge cabin, 3 guest cabins, 1 staff cabin, and shower house.

- Main Guest Cabin with Kitchen 300 sq. ft

- Guest Cabin 1 - 196 sq.ft.

- Guest Cabin 2 - 196 sq.ft.

- Guest Cabin 3 - 196 sq.ft.

- Staff Cabin 300 sq. ft.

- Shower house with flush toilets

- Maintenance building 


- 3 - 2006 Lund SSV 16 ft.

- 5 - 14 ft Lund Aluminum  boats

- 6 - 15 HP Yamaha Four Stroke Motors

- 1 - 9.9 HP Yamaha Four Stroke Motor 

- Hot Water Heaters

- Yamaha 5500 Watt Generator

- 750 Watt Solar Power System

- Life Jackets and Safety Equipment

Other Information: 

Please call Lynzy at 250-870-3021 for further information or email

59.182876°, -103.639526°

Warburton Bay Fishing Lodge located in the Arctic Barren Lands

New Listing

3.3 acres on Crown Lease


Warburton Bay on MacKay Lake: 135 miles NE of Yellowknife, NWT

Fish Species: 
Lake Trout, Northern Pike, and Arctic Grayling

Have you ever dreamed of owning a fishing lodge in the Arctic Barren Lands?  Fishing all night under the midnight sun?  Well, this is your chance!

The fishing is something you will not forget in your lifetime – this is some of the world’s finest lake trout, northern pike and arctic grayling fishing.  A small river flows into the bay beside the lodge and is full of arctic grayling; the structure of the big lake, surrounded by hills and valleys, is home to giant lake trout and the grassy bays are full of monster northern pike.  MacKay Lake is 100 miles long affording endless fishing spots to explore and multiple bays to choose from in inclement weather. The fishing is as you would expect in a remote fly-in Arctic fishing camp, in one word, unbeatable. 

Warburton Lodge is located on MacKay Lake 135 air miles NE of Yellowknife.  Warburton includes a main lodge complete with fully equipped kitchen, dining/lounge area, staff bedroom, washroom with hot shower and flush toilet.  There are also 3 guest cabins, 3 staff cabins, workshop, generator shed  (with a main and a back-up) and let’s not forget, a double bay outhouse.  Warburton can accommodate up to 14 guests at a time.     

This lodge is located in the barren lands surrounded by Arctic wildlife including: caribou, muskox, wolves, tundra grizzly and nesting bird migrations.  The migration of the caribou and muskox are something to see.  The migration of the Bathurst caribou herd is one of the last remaining, true spectacles of nature.

The midnight sun warms the barren lands through May/June /July and the aurora becomes visible as darkness creeps back, in mid-August.  The lake begins to freeze in October and is not ice free until June/July when the midnight sun warms the barren lands again and the geese, swans and thousands of nesting birds return to the Arctic to have their young.

This lodge has year round access due to being along the Tippit to Contwoyto winter ice road that services the diamond mines.  This allows for cheaper transport of big items if needed.  If wanted you could also use the lodge in the wintertime – it would be a great time to view the aurora!  Warburton sits directly under the aurora oval providing for some of the most spectacular aurora displays on earth.   

The lodge hasn’t been actively run in the past few years, however, the Arctic’s dryness is not harsh on buildings like in other areas of Canada.  The camp has also been maintained and is ready to go.  The workshop is full of a variety of new and used motor and engine parts, tools, etc.  Everything is already there to run the lodge, so come on in and bring your clients! 

Travel to the barren lands, the land of the midnight sun and home of the Aurora Borealis – unchanged wilderness since the beginning of time.  Come experience the magic of the north!      

*A larger lodge on the same lake is also available for sale.  Please inquire. 

Improvements Summary: 
Main Lodge, 3 Guest Cabins, 3 Staff Cabins, Workshop & Generator Shed

- Main Lodge with fully equipped kitchen, lounge/dining area, staff bedroom, and washroom complete with hot shower.

- 3 Guest Cabins with power and propane and oil heat.

- 3 Staff Cabins with power and propane and oil heat.

- Workshop complete with a variety of new and used motor and engine parts, tools, etc.

- Generator Shed with a main generator and a back-up.

- Double bay outhouse

- 2 Docks


- 2 Generators

- Water pump and water tank

- Propane hot water heater

- Propane fridge

- 2 Propane stoves

- Propane deep freezer

- Lodge and cabins are fully furnished and equipped

- Miscellaneous new and used motor and engine parts, tools, etc.

63.750598°, -111.441193°

Premier Fly-In Fishing & Hunting Lodge

New Listing

Crown Lease just under 1 acre


NE Saskatchewan

Game Species: 
Black Bear
Fish Species: 
Lake Trout, Northern Pike, Arctic Grayling and Whitefish.
Unlimited Black Bear

This is an offering for the most discerning buyer; a 5 star operation in some of the top freshwater fishing waters in the world.  This remote location, in the heart of the Canadian Shield, has no other fishing pressure and has only been fished for just over 10 years.  This makes for an ideal environment to grow monsters, whether it be trophy class lake trout, northern pike, arctic grayling or whitefish.  This operation also offers an outpost camp, along with substantial rod days on 5 other surrounding lakes and river allowing you to cater to every type of angler.  Oh and did I mention the unlimited black bear tags? 

This premium quality lodge has all of the facilities needed to provide luxury and comfort in a wilderness setting.  Set on a crystal clear lake in Northeastern Saskatchewan, where clients will find the lake and the surrounding area all to themselves.  The 4,500 sq. ft. pine lodge is centered around the great room which boasts 25 ft. cathedral ceilings and a huge wall of windows overlooking the serene lake.  The lodge is just over 10 years old and includes 16 bedrooms, dining and lounging areas, fully stocked store, commercial kitchen and deck overlooking the lake, inclusive of a hot tub.  After a hard day of fishing clients can pick one of the 3 lounge areas; sit around the wood burning fireplace and swap stories while enjoying the view or find a cozy corner to read a book.  Clients are kept pampered with furnishings that you would not expect in this remote environment, considering everything arrives by air.

As mentioned, this package includes exclusive access to six great fishing lakes, as well as different sections of river that all have extraordinary fishing.  Your guests can enjoy staying at the outpost camp to get away from the main lodge for a couple of nights or they can do a day trip to one of the other lakes or rivers.  Three of these lakes have boats waiting for the next angler to come along.  Some of the lakes haven’t even been fished yet providing boundless fishing opportunities for clients.  One of these locations includes petroglyphs and beautiful waterfalls and rapids with excellent arctic grayling fishing upstream.  This is just a taste of the possibilities. 

The outpost is not your typical outpost camp; it includes a pine 2 bedroom cabin set amongst the trees complete with power, bathroom with shower (hot water), fully equipped kitchen and large living space.  The outpost is complete with two 16’ Lunds powered by 15hp 4 stroke motors and a large dock for moorage.  There is also a small staff cabin if your guests decide to take a guide with them on their adventure.

The main lodge’s lake is also well equipped with 8 – 18ft. Lunds all powered by 40hp 4 stroke motors.  All boats are equipped with GPS fish finders, deluxe swivel seats, huge casting decks, rod holders, a live well and a bait well.  Clients are also outfitted with Sage fly fishing gear or St. Croix bait casting and spinning rods coupled with Shimano reels for hard tackle fishing.  Simms waders and boots are available for those clients wishing to wade.  

All of the different lakes provide excellent fishing; centuries ago the receding glaciers carved out deep holes and crevices that make up the beautiful, clear-water lakes of today that your clients get to enjoy.  These lakes are home to huge fish that lurk in the many bays, coves or deep holes - just check out the pictures for proof!  The largest northern pike taken at the lodge to date was 35lbs and the largest lake trout 50 lbs!  

If fishing isn’t enough, let’s add in black bear hunting! The current owners have only been taking fall bear hunters for the last 2 years making for a thriving population; not to mention, this hunt is Saskatchewan’s most remote bear hunt available.  The area is fresh, untouched and home to many trophy bears; a good percentage of them being colour-phase.  The current owners have only taken a very small amount of hunters the past two seasons, but with unlimited tags available the new owner could expand the business significantly in this area.

This operation brings in great numbers and is only increasing those numbers every year.  This is a turnkey business that could be taken over with the new owner hitting the ground running.  If you’ve ever dreamed of owning a premier fishing lodge in one of the best freshwater fishing locations in the world – look no further. 


*Second outpost camp available.  Please inquire for further details.

Area Data: 

The lodge lies within the southern edge of the Taiga Ecoregion and within the Canadan shield.  Massive, crystalline Archean rocks form broad, sloping uplands and lowlands, with numerous small lakes and eskers.  The lodge is surrounded by forest tundra.  Most trees native to the Canadian boreal are conifers, with needle leaves and cones. These include: black spruce, white spruce, balsam fir, larch (tamarack), lodgepole pine, and jack pine.  A few are broad leaved species: trembling and large toothed aspen, cottonwood and white birch, and balsam poplar. 

Improvements Summary: 
4,500 sq. ft. lodge, 6 staff cabins, staff lounge/washroom, outpost camp & various outbuildings

- 4,500 sq. ft. pine lodge - fully furnished including equipped commercial kitchen and rooms to accommodate up to 16 guests

- Six staff cabins with small wood stoves

- Staff lounge/washroom building

- Aluminum dock system with cedar decking

- Fully equipped boat house with tools and supplies

- Fully stocked maintenance building - plumbing and electrical supplies, nails, screws, siding, etc.

- Boat house

- Massage house

- Generator house


Substantial equipment list, please email.

Other Information: 

Contact Lynzy for more information - 250-870-3021 or

59.507478°, -103.868866°

'Rocky Mountain Escape'

Price Change

65 acres on Government Lease


70 kms NW of Hinton


REDUCED TO SELL!  This is a rare opportunity that does not come along often.  The location of this business is what makes it so unique – located in Rock Lake - Solomon Creek Wildland Park in the front ranges of the Rocky Mountains adjacent to Jasper National Park and Willmore Wilderness Park.

Only 70 kms from the town of Hinton, this outdoor paradise is accessible year round yet feels like you are in the middle of nowhere.  This allows guests to enjoy an unspoiled wilderness experience while still enjoying the creature comforts of home.

The 'Escape has been run as a successful business for the past 20 years offering quality cabin rentals to outdoorsman alike.  The three cabins are handcrafted with hand-hewn logs, are handsomely appointed and include a wood stove, double propane burner, and full bathroom with hot and cold running water.  The 480 sq. ft. cabins have a spacious open design and were constructed for high energy efficiency, each cabin also has it’s own solar unit to deliver lighting.

There is also a cookhouse, lodge/barn with staff living quarters, and utility shed on the property.  The lodge/barn has future plans, for the new owner to take on, for a full commercial kitchen to be built downstairs.  All buildings are quality built with the septic system, solar systems, etc having care and time taken to ensure they are installed correctly and professionally.  There is no guesswork here.  Walk right in and be confident that everything will run smoothly.  

Numerous hiking trails start right at the cabins and include all levels of difficulty.  More hiking trails are available at nearby Rock Lake Park where you can also find excellent fishing, including giant Lake Trout, Pike and Bull Trout.  For the stream fisherman there are multiple options in the area full of Trout and Rocky Mountain Whitefish.  If horseback riding is your choice activity, the 'Escape has holding facilities for your horses. For winter activities the current owners lay out cross-country ski trails for guests.  The perfect winter activity with good snow coverage; imagine yourself gliding silently through the trees or grab a pair of snowshoes and go for a winter hike.

The 'Escape is under a 25 year Government Lease due for renewal in 2021.

This is a great opportunity for someone looking to enjoy the beautiful Rocky Mountains while sharing it with others.  The recreational and eco-tourism possibilities here are endless; bring your ideas – no work needed to get this business up and running, this is a turn-key opportunity.  

Area Data: 

Rock Lake Provincial Park:

Rock Lake Provincial Park is nestled in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains. This popular staging area provides easy access to equestrian, mountain biking & hiking trails in the Rock Lake-Solomon Creek Wildland, Willmore Wilderness Park and northern Jasper National Park.

The park is located 70 kilometres north of Hinton along Highway 40. A 32 km graveled road leaves the highway.

Hiking and mountain biking opportunities are available right in the park, if you aren’t planning to go deeper into the wildland or wilderness parks. Visitors can enjoy fishing, bird watching, wildlife viewing, and cross-country skiing.

From the Willmore Staging Area, park and hike 30 minutes to the viewpoint. You will be treated to a breathtaking view of Rock Lake and the surrounding Rocky Mountains.

Rock Lake is a popular fishery primarily for mountain whitefish and lake trout, although bull trout, rainbow trout, burbot and northern pike can be found here. Motor boats are permitted, but water skiing or towing are not permitted.

Rock Lake is in a spectacular setting, providing stunning views of the Front Ranges of the Rocky Mountains. Lodgepole pine and spruce are mixed with aspen stands, open grassy meadows and wetlands. This diverse range of habitats supports equally diverse wildlife populations. The park is home to moose, grizzly and black bear, cougar, wolf and a variety of birds. It also provides critical winter range for elk, deer and bighorn sheep. 

Willmore Wilderness Park:

Ancient glaciers, high mountain peaks, thick forests and raging rivers define these 4,597 square kms of untamed wilderness. Backpackers and horseback riders seeking a true backcountry experience can explore over 750 km of trails where wildlife abounds. Visitors to Willmore must be experienced and well-equipped for backcountry adventure.

Willmore is located southwest of the town of Grande Cache in west-central Alberta, approximately 300 km northwest of Edmonton.  It is bordered on the west by the Province of British Columbia and on the south by the world famous Jasper National Park.  The north end of the park joins with Kakwa Wildland Provincial Park in Alberta and Kakwa Provincial Park in BC.  These three parks form Kakwa-Willmore Interprovincial Park. 

Improvements Summary: 
3 Log Cabins, Lodge/Barn, Cookhouse & Utility Shed

Log Cabins (3):

-Hand-crafted, full round log (built and erected on-site by Mark Deagle in 1996)

-20’ x 24’ feet

-Laminate (pine) tongue-and-groove “floating” flooring; ceramic tile flooring in the bathroom

-Aluminum shingles (life-time warranty)

-On a 4’ cement foundation

Each cabin contains:

-1 queen bed

-1 sofa (1 cabin or) or double fold-down futon (2 cabins)

-1 rocker chair, 1 coffee table, 1 bedside table and 1 4-drawer dresser (Ikea)

-1 countertop double propane burner

-1 kitchen sink

-1 hand-crafted pine tongue-and groove cupboard and formica counter assembly

-1 wood-burning stove (2 newer glass-fronted, 1 older cast iron)

-1 enclosed full bath (tub/shower unit, flush toilet, single-sink vanity and cupboards

-1 independent solar panel (mounted on a pole behind the cabin) and two deep-cycle solar batteries (with controller, mounted in the basement/crawl space in each cabin)

-1 standard (33 gal) propane water heater (located in the basement/crawl space)

-2 propane tanks (dual auto-switch regulator, located at the back of the cabin)

-Deck (6’ x 10’ treated wood)

-Chimney sweep (2 different brush heads to accommodate wood stove chimneys)

-Bedding, towels, afghans, rugs, trash containers (2) and recycle bin

Cookhouse (1):

-Frame construction, partially insulated (roof and two walls), on railroad ties

-14’ x 20’

-Metal shingles

-Painted OSB flooring

-Heartland Wood Cook Stove (purchased new in 1996)

-1, 3’ x 8’ wood dining table; 2, 8’ benches and 2, 3’ benches

-1, 3-1/2’ x 8’ wood prep table

-1 wood hutch (antique)**

-Miscellaneous cookware, dishes and utensils to feed 10 guests and helpers

Utility Shed (1):

-Frame construction, fully insulated, on railroad ties

-16’ x 20’

-Metal shingles

-Unpainted OSB flooring

-Inside walled pantry (6’ x 8’) with shelving

-1 diesel heater (Enterprise Fawcett; installed new in 2012; 50-gal diesel tank located outside)

-1 100-gal pressure tank

-1 standard electric refrigerator (General Electric)

-1 large chest electric freezer (Frigidaire)

-Storage shelving

-Work bench and shelving

-Electrical panel (40-breaker capacity, currently have 28 breakers installed)

-Solar system (inverter and battery monitor; 8 sealed, deep-cycle solar batters; 3 solar mounted panels which are located in front of the cook house; installed new in 2015).**

-Miscellaneous “spare” supplies (linens, machine and log oils, general maintenance stuff)

Lodge/Barn (1):

-Frame construction, fully insulated, on pounded gravel/railroad ties

-24’ x 30’

-Two stories (loft upstairs, unfinished kitchen downstairs)

-Metal roofing

-Loft (staff/resident quarters):

  • 2 bedrooms
  • 1 bathroom (composting toilet, single sink and vanity, shower stall)
  • 1 propane heater
  • 1 futon
  • 1 wood coffee table (unique)**
  • Wired for electrical service
  • Small solar panel and portable inverter**

-Main floor (unfinished):

  • Wood burning stove with insulated chimney (installed 2015)
  • Hand-crafted stairs to loft
  • Walled and insulated pantry (10’ x 12’)
  • Walled utility room (7’ x 8’) with installed 32-dual breaker panel (no breakers yet installed)
  • Walled and insulated “freezer” room (7-1/2’ x 11-1/2’ addition to back of original structure)
  • Wired for electrical service

-Fenced horse holding area (approximately 20 acres)

Water Well and Septic:

-Deep well drilled in 1994 (Big Country Drilling, well location SE21-052-02-6, License No. 1994-015 [or A94-015, hard to decipher but is public record]

  • Submersible pump
  • Water lines buried 8-9’ to cabins and utility shed (heat-tape installed where the water line from the well comes into the shed)

-Dual-chamber, poured concrete septic tank

  • 3000-gal capacity (2000 gals in the first chamber, 1000 gals in the second)
  • Tank is accessible to septic hauler for yearly pump-out
  • Septic lines buried 8-9’ from cabins to septic

-3 manholes to access both water and sewer lines (approximately 150’ apart from the last cabin to the septic tank)


Guest Equipment:

-10 sets cross-country skis, boots, poles

-8 sets snowshoes

-1 Coleman Canoe

-Miscellaneous backpacks, hiking poles, rain gear, tents, sleeping bags

Operational Equipment:

-Generators (1)

  • 1 Champions (one 7.2 kW new in 2014)

-Alpine Bombardier Ski-doo (1983, double-track, single ski; working but hard to maintain with limited access to parts)

-Track-setting equipment for cross-country skiing (1 setter/groomer, 1 “ripper”)

-1 500-gal gas fuel tank (on elevated frame)

-2 100-gal fuel jockey tanks (1 diesel, 1 gas)

-Propane tanks

  • 7, 100-lb tanks (portable for cabins) 
  • 2, 30-lb tanks (portable for cabins)
  • 1, 1000-gal [water capacity, couldn’t find the capacity in lbs] tank (stationary; yearly rental, located near the lodge, filled October 2016)

-1 Sno-Tek snowblower

-1 Air compressor (professional, 125 PSI max; works but takes too much power, so I haven’t used it in years)

-1 Push lawn mower (Fiskars)

-1 Brush cutter (Husqvarna, 252 RX)

-1 Professional Battery Charger (MotoMaster; Input – 120 VAC, 60 Hz, 8.5A; Output – 20/40A at 12VDC, 200A engine start)

-1 log splitter (Champion, gas, hydraulic, purchased new in 2013)

-Chainsaws (1 older large Husquvarna and 1 older smaller Stihl)

-Various construction/maintenance tools** (skill saws, hand sanders, axes, drills, socket sets, jig saw, sawzall, jerry cans for diesel, gas and mixed fuel, etc.)

-1 satellite dish** (wired into the shed for internet and voice communication, with modem allowing limited internet access in the cook house; monthly rental on a 3-yr contract)

**These items so marked are negotiable.

Other Information: 

Call Lynzy for more details at 250-870-3021.

53.470832°, -118.218384°

Jewel Lake Resort


34 deeded acres with 420' of lake frontage


NE of Greenwood, BC

Fish Species: 
Rainbow and Brooke Trout

What a hidden gem and in such a great location!  This one would be great for someone looking for a lifestyle change without having to put any time or money into the business right away – turn-key and ready to go!  The resort itself has been around for about 30 years, however, it’s built on the old town site of Jewel Lake, that was established when the historic Jewel-Denero Mine came to be back in the early 1900’s.  This spot has iconic BC written all over it; picturesque and quiet.

Specializing in camping and fishing with families coming back every year, this truly is a turn-key operation.  They are almost fully booked for next season already – this is just from repeat clientele and word of mouth.  The resort is in an excellent location being only 6 hrs from Vancouver and only 9 kms off of Hwy 3 on paved road.  The resort has been well maintained and has a variety of options from basic tent sites all the way to fully serviced cabins, along with a newly renovated owner’s residence.  All of the cabins have also recently been upgraded or improved, including: wiring, plumbing, appliances, mattresses, etc.   

The resort is located on 34 deeded acres with approximately 421 feet of lake frontage including a commercial foreshore lease.  The lake frontage includes a natural beach and two docks - one for boats and one for swimming; perfect for the kids to get in the water!  The resort has a good mix of trees, meadow and also a creek running through the property.  The resort consists of an office/lounge, owner’s log residence, 4 – 2 bedroom lakeside cabins, 3 ‘hunter’ cabins, 1 creekside atco trailer turned cabin, 2 docks and over 40 campsites.  Some campsites are equipped with power, but all with fire pits and picnic tables.  Drinking water is available to campers at 4 locations throughout the campground.  Campsites range from tent sites to large RV sites to group sites.  There are 2 shower houses on the property, as well as flush toilets and outhouses.  There are also various outbuildings including a shop.

Fishing on Jewel Lake is excellent being well stocked with Rainbow and Brooke Trout.  The lake is 3 kms long allowing for lots of space and privacy, but not having to worry about guests being out on big water.  There are also excellent trails in the area for hiking, quading, biking, horseback riding, etc.  The owner’s in recent years haven’t ran the resort in the wintertime, although, there is a lot of interest and tons of potential there.  Just some of the winter activities guests could enjoy, include: cross-country skiing, ice fishing, skating, and snowmobiling.

In the past there has also been a restaurant on the premises, however, possibly a better option in the future may be a food truck to service your guests.  Currently the owners provide a very limited supply of staple grocery items; ice cream being the hit!

The resort is in 11 titles due to being on the old town site. 

Area Data: 

Greenwood (2011 population 708) is a city in south central British Columbia.  It was incorporated in 1897 and was formerly one of the principal cities of the Boundary Country smelting and mining district.  It was incorporated as a City originally and has retained that title despite the population decline following the closure of the area's industries. "Canada's Smallest City" is located along Highway 3 near Rock Creek and Grand Forks. 

The town is served by Greenwood Elementary School which covers grades from 4-7. Students attend Midway Elementary School for grades from K-3. Following grade 7 local students attend Boundary Central Secondary School in nearby Midway. 

Improvements Summary: 
Office, 8 Cabins, Owner's Residence, 40+ Campsites, 2 Shower Houses, 2 Docks, Shops


-Fully furnished


-Sitting area


-Small bedroom

-3 piece bathroom


4 Lakeside Cabins (2 duplexes):

-Fully furnished

-2 bedrooms: 1 with a double bed & single bed and 1 with only a double bed.

-Wood stove

-Kitchen including:

   -Electric stove

   -Electric fridge

   -Basic dishes, pots and pans

   -Coffee pot and filters



-2 Piece bathroom

-Shower house is just steps away.

Creekside Atco Cabin:

-Fully furnished

-1 bedroom with queen size bed

-Small kitchen/living room

-2 piece bathroom

3 Hunter Cabins:

-One room cabins including:

-Double bed and pullout


-Small fridge

-Wood Stove

-Outhouses, although flush toilets and showers are only a short walk away.

Owner’s Residence:

-Newly renovated downstairs including kitchen

-Wood burning fireplace, as well as wood stove

-Full kitchen with stainless appliances


-2 Coin operated Shower houses (one with flush toilets also)


-Misc. buildings


-Furniture, furnishings, and appliances for all cabins

-Office furniture, furnishings, and appliances (excluding antiques and personal items)

-Appliances in owner’s residence (excluding furniture and personal items)

-5 – 14ft.  Lund boats

-4 newer, four stroke motors 

-Electric motors

-Life jackets

-4 Canoes

-7 new Kayaks with paddles

-12 ft. Aluminum boat (fly fishing)

-2 Golf carts (gas)


-Fishing supplies, new and used

-Welder and welding supplies

-Snow blower and truck snow blade

-2 Chainsaws and accessories

-Wood splitter (gas)

-Plumbing, electrical, wood working and maintenance tools

-Outdoor furniture, picnic tables and fire pits

-Miscellaneous tools

-Cross country trail groomers (handy-man special)

-Sports equipment, toys, bikes, etc.

-Water tank and ladders

-Planer (Delta), 10” table saw, drill press, misc. power tools, jerry cans, tidy tank, shovels, rakes, axes, 10” mitre saw

-Honda water pump and hoses

-Riding lawn mower and 3 push mowers

-1 large deep freezer and 1 small freezer for ice cream


-China Creek internet equipment

-60” TV

49.163350°, -118.622646°

Stewart's Lodge in the Chilcotin

Price Change

28 Deeded Lakefront Acres


Nimpo Lake

Fish Species: 
Wild Rainbow Trout

This is an opportunity to own a piece of Nimpo Lake history.  This property has been in the Stewart’s family since the early ’50’s and is now being offered for sale.  This family owned lodge has been run in British Columbia’s most famous Wild Rainbow fishing areas, Nimpo Lake, and the Blackwater and Dean Rivers.  The Chilcotin country surrounding the lodge offers the ultimate in fly fishing and eco-tourism adventure.  Nimpo Lake is not only the jumping off point for fly fisherman, but also for many hikers, canoeists, and eco-tourists seeking wilderness experiences in Tweedsmuir Park and the Ilgachuz range.      

The property consists of 28 deeded acres on Nimpo Lake with 900’ of lake frontage. This setting is beyond picturesque with the lodge and cabins overlooking the snowcapped Coastal Mountains.  The lodge consists of a reception area with stone fireplace, dining room, lounge area with a second stone fireplace, commercial kitchen and 2 bedroom apartment.  The oversized deck on the lodge is perfect for watching the sunset over the mountains while the Osprey fish on the lake not 50 feet from you.

There are 10 guest cabins ranging from 1 to 3 bedrooms.  All of the cabins have been updated and all include full bathrooms with some of the larger cabins boasting kitchenette’s as well. Wood stoves in each make for a cozy stay for your guests.  All cabins are log built and have been kept in top-notch condition.  There are also 4 staff cabins on the property, as well as a 4 bedroom staff apartment.   

The opportunities for adventure are endless in this part of BC.  Tweedsmuir Park is only a short distance away with waterfalls and glaciers waiting to be explored.  This is a great spot for an adventure tourism or fishing business.  The fly fishing is world renowned; if you are an angler this is where you need to be. 

This property is zoned ‘tourist commercial’ and also has subdivision potential.  There are endless possibilities here – bring your dream and make it happen.  Great location right of off Hwy 20, as well as daily flights from Vancouver.  This is the one you’ve been waiting for.

Possible opportunity to purchase fly-in outpost cabins as well.

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Area Data: 

Tweedsmuir Provincial Park

Tweedsmuir Provincial Park is one of the largest (981,000 hectares) of BC's several hundred parks.  Located in the west-central region of the province, 480 km northwest of Vancouver, as the crow flies, Tweedsmuir is roughly traingular in shape.  It is bounded on the north and northwest by the Ootsa-Whitesail Lakes reservoir, on the west and southwest by the Coast Mountains, and on the east by the Interior Plateau.  The landscape varies drastically from domes of eroded lava and fragmented rock in breathtaking colours of red, orange, yellow and lavender to the rugged Coast Mountains and the deep valleys and ocean fjords of the Bella Coola area. The climate and topography vary drastically throughout Tweedsmuir Provincial Park giving it many vastly different vegetation zones and animal varieties. 

The Alexander MacKenzie Heritage Trail passes through this park, via Heckman Pass and Burnt Bridge Creek.  Other trails in the park are numerous and access Hunlen Falls (259m), one of the highest waterfalls in Canada. 

Aside from offering some of the most spectacular scenery in North America, Tweedsmuir is a magnet for outdoor recreationists.  Favourite activities include angling, hiking, horseback riding on wilderness trails, camping, and canoeing the Turner Lake Chain.  



Improvements Summary: 
Lodge, 10 Guest Cabins, 4 Staff Cabins, Misc. Outbuildings

Nimpo Lake

- 3,200 sq. ft. Log Lodge with commercial kitchen and 2 bedroom apartment

- Shop / 4 bed Apartment / Laundry 

- 5 - 250 sq. ft. Log Cabins with full bathrooms

- 2 - 280 sq. ft. Log Cabins with full bathroom and kitchennette

- 1 - 200 sq. ft. Log Cabin with full bathroom and kitchennette

- 1 - 500 sq. ft. Log Cabin (2 bedroom) with full bathroom and kitchenette

- 1 - 600 sq. ft. Log Cabin (3 bedroom) with full bathroom and kitchenette

- 4 - 200 sq. ft. Staff Cabins

- 200 sq. ft. Showerhouse with Bathrooms

- 150 sq. ft. Walk-In Cooler

- 400 sq. ft. Storage Building

- 350 sq. ft. Outboard Shed / Fish Cleaning

- 2,500 sq. ft. Aircraft Hangar

- 4 Docks


1999 Ford Passenger Van

1975 Dodge 1 ton flat deck dump truck

1989 Ford 1/2 ton truck

20 - 12' & 14' Aluminum Boats

5 - 3 HP Yamaha Outboards

10 - 6 HP Yamaha Outboards

4 - 8 HP Yamaha Outboards

1 - 14' Wooden Drift Boat

1 - Row Boat

2 - Canoes

Misc. nets, fish trays, life cushions and vests, oars, etc.

2 - Mountain Bikes

Numerous Shop Tools

Numerous Appliances

Dishes for 24 Guests

Linens for 24 Guests

All buildings are fully furnished and equipped.

52.346114°, -125.153503°

Fishing Camp on Eliguk Lake


1.9 acres


Eliguk Lake

Fish Species: 
Wild Rainbow Trout

This property would make a great little angling business / lodge. Two cabins located on Eliguk Lake - one of the most consistent Rainbow Trout lakes in the Chilcotin area.  These cabins are located on a private peninsula with a 30 year Crown Lease and approximately 1.9 acres. The cabins are well maintainted and no work needs to be done here to get your business started - start booking!  The lake elevation is 3,550' and is a spring-fed plateau lake with freshwater shrimp, sculpin and some hatches.      

Eliguk Lake is located at the headwaters of the Blackwater River system.  The lake is spring fed and affords great Rainbow Trout fishing through all months.  While most area lakes taper off during the warmer season, Eliguk remains fishable.  Eliguk Lake and the Blackwater River are world renowned for their Rainbow fly fishing.  Eliguk has ATV access to the lake, but not right to the cabins.  There are no plans for road access at this point, however, in cooperation with the Eliguk Lake Lodge owners and other owners on the lake, road access may be obtainable.

The 16'x 18' cabins are fully equipped and the property comes with 4 boats and motors, 2 boat sheds, 2 outhouses, and 2 docks.  Full equipment list available on request.  The cabins can accommodate up to 4 each and include a common BBQ area.  The famous Grease Trail even passes by the lake on the northern side.

Area Data: 

The Blackwater River & Grease Trail 

The Blackwater River is a major tributary of the Fraser River, flowing generally north-eastward from the Ilgachuz Range and across the Fraser Plateau in the Chilcotin and Cariboo regions of central British Columbia, Canada. It's confluence with the Fraser is approximately 40 km northwest of Quesnel.

The river is 280 km long, draining an area of approximately 12,000 square kilometres, and dropping over 900 m before joining with the Fraser.

The river is of significant historical importance to both First Nations and Canadian history. For centuries, the Ulkatcho/Carrier and Tsilhqot'in peoples used a trail - the so-called "Grease Trail" - on the northern side of the river in their trade with coastal First Nation communities. The name 'Grease Trail' refers to one of the main commodities transported along the route - eulachon grease, a highly-prized staple - traces of which coated parts of the route after centuries of use. It was this trail that Sir Alexander Mackenzie used in his historic overland journey west to the Pacific Ocean in 1793, traversing the river itself on his return.

The Blackwater River has been designated as a heritage river by the government of British Columbia.

Fish the multitude of mountain streams for Rainbow and Cutthroat Trout, the lakes and rivers for Dolly Varden to 14 pounds, and the deep lakes for Mackinaw and Whitefish. The Chilcotin country offers one of the few remaining areas where all the fish are native to the systems. The streams provide exciting fishing, with the wild trout guaranteeing you action found in few other areas.

Improvements Summary: 
2 Fully Equipped Log Cabins, all equipment to get you started.

2 - 16' x 18' log cabins

2 - Boathouses

2 - Outhouses

2 - Docks

Common BBQ area




3 Lund boats (2 - 12 ft & 1 - 14 ft.) & motors.

All furniture, bedding, kitchen supplies, etc.

Propane lights and propane stove.

Misc. fishing gear: nets, fish trays, cushions for boats, oars, etc.

Large icebox/ccoler.







52.947473°, -125.422153°

Fishing Lodge in Northwestern BC


Hall Lake, BC

Fish Species: 
Lake Trout, Arctic Grayling, Northern Pike, Inconnu

This is a fantastic business opportunity in Northwestern BC.  Brewster Wilderness Lodge sits on the shores of Hall Lake located in the backcountry of northwestern BC.  It is a fly-in only lodge ensuring peace and quiet for your guests. The fishing is second to none with huge Lakers, Arctic Grayling, Northern Pike and Innconnu.  The lake is crystal clear with many little bays and islands, so you can always find prime fishing no matter the weather or season.  Jump in a boat, throw out a line and enjoy the awesome scenery!

The License of Occupation consists of 1 main lodge, 3 cozy cabins, a bathhouse and even a hot tub on the deck!  All of the buildings are log built and in great condition.  This operation is turn-key – equipment is included to get you started and everything is in good working condition.

Travel Distances:

115 air miles from Whitehorse, Yukon

23 air miles from Teslin, Yukon

50 air miles from Atlin, BC

Area Data: 

The Cassiar Mountains are located to the east of Hall Lake.  They are the most northerly group of the Northern Interior Mountains in the Canadian province of British Columbia and also extend slightly into the southernmost Yukon Territory. They lie north and west of the Omineca Mountains, west of the northernmost Rockies and the Rocky Mountain Trench, north of the Hazelton Mountains and east of the Boundary Ranges. Physiographically, they are a section of the larger Yukon-Tanana Uplands province, which in turn are part of the larger Intermontane Plateaus physiographic division.

In the western Cassiar Mountains lie the remnants of a prehistoric shield volcano called the Maitland Volcano which formed between 5 and 4 million years ago during the Pliocene period.

The highest mountain in the Cassiar Mountains is Thudaka Peak, at 2,748 m (9,016 ft).

Improvements Summary: 
Main Lodge, 3 Guest Cabins, & Bathhouse

-  Spacious one and a half story main lodge as the main living quarters for the owner. Fully furnished, includes propane stove, kitchen supplies and all bedding. Can accommodate 4 - 6 people.

-  3 rustic guest log cabins, with wood heaters, accommodate 2 people per cabin -- beds and bedding included.


-  Cedar siding bathhouse has 1 shower room and sauna, with propane hot tub on deck and clothes washer on the side.

-  10 x 12 Wood Shed

-  8 x 10 Tool House

-  2 sturdy wall tents used for storage or accommodation.


-  4 - 15' - 16' aluminum boats with motors

-  1 canoe

-  Arctic Cat wide track long track sled

-  Water pump with hoses

-  4 - 100 lb Propane bottles

-  Generator, fishing equipment, tools, etc.

Other Information: 

Give Lynzy a call at 250-870-3021.

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