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Fishing / Ice Fishing
The fishing at Coquihalla lakes is excellent year round with rainbow trout up to 6lbs, the average being 14 to 16 inches! Rent one of our boats, bring your own or even cast off our dock.You can expect to catch a hard hitting beautiful rainbow that will excite any angler. Bring your tackle and enjoy! You can get your fishing license online by clicking here.

ATV’ing / UTV / Dirt Biking
There is an abundance of excellent terrain in the area to explore. With two pipelines, and so many logging mountain roads, the options are endless and will keep off-road enthusiasts challenged day after day! Try riding to nearby Tulameem (40km) for a delicious burger at the Trading Post (250-295-6478). Enjoy the breathtaking mountain peak views from the higher elevations.


Boating and Paddling
We have flat bottom boats with electric motors, canoes, and paddleboats for rent. Whether you wish to fish or go for a liesurly paddle, you will enjoy the beautiful water and scenery of the spring fed Coquihalla Lakes.

Swimming / Summer Fun
Don’t forget your bathing suit and towel! The lakes here are beautiful! You may choose to just relax and catch some rays while you float on our splash island. There is plenty of fun for all ages!

Hiking and Nature Exploring
The hiking around this area is amazing! Ranging from a casual walk around the lakes, to a challenging climb to summit one of the many wondrous peaks in the area, the choice is yours! Try hiking to Little Douglas Lake (1.7 km) in the Upper Coldwater Valley or Falls Lake (1.1km) for a shorter easy hike, or for the more adventurous try Yak or Needle peak either of which will show you brilliant views of the surrounding Cascade Mountains including Mt. Baker. The Trans Canada trail is nearby and you can hike for miles on the beautiful trails.

Berry Picking
The Valley is considered British Columbia’s premiere berry picking destination! There are several varieties of berries around Coquihalla Lakes Lodge including: Saskatoon Berries, Salmon Berries and especially Huckle Berries. Bring your bucket and enjoy a home-made pie or berries and ice cream!

Gold Panning
Try your luck and strike it rich! Pan one of the numerous creek / river beds in the area and enjoy the pastime of those that used to prospect in the area! There are literally hundreds of gold claims in the area that date back to the 1800’s! Keep your fingers crossed… you never know!

We are located at the Border of Hunting Regions 2, 3, 8. This offers hunting opportunities for many types of game such as: Mule Deer, White Tail Dear, Moose, Elk, Etc. This area is known for large mule deer bucks. You can hunt all 3 regions in one day! Full ATV access to go hunting directly from your cabin.


Ice Cream Man/Snack Shop
We are lucky to have “ Mangit” our favorite ice cream man just 1km north of us at the Britton Creek rest area. He has ice cream, hot dogs, smokies, world famous samosas, chips, pop, trial mix, fruit, chocolate bars and a whole lot of other stuff from May to October. What a TREAT!!!

Summer Rentals

We have the following boats for rent:
All rentals include oars / paddles and life jackets
Flat Bottom Fishing Boats:
$30/ 4hrs w/o motor with oars
$50/ 4hrs with electric Minkota Motor
$50 day w/o motor with oars
$85 day with electric Minkota Motor
$30/ 4hrs with paddles
$50 day with paddles
Peddle Boats:
$25/hr, $35/2hrs, $45/4hrs with life jackets
$75 day with life jackets
Stand Up Paddle Boards:
$20/hr, $30/2hrs, $40/4hrs with life jackets
$65 day with life jackets
$20/hr, $30/2hrs, $40/4hrs with life jackets
$65 day with life jackets

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