8.05 acres currently used as logging camp capable of housing 20 workers. Main lodge/cook house, 4 bunkhouses plus separate washroom/shower facilities. Rainbow trout to 7 lbs and lake trout to 22. Awesome hunting. Has operates as a fishing lodge.
Located approximately 105 km north of Fort St. James in the pristine wilderness of Central British Columbia you will find Tizgay Lake. Tizgay Lake is situated to the east of Chuchi Lake which is a very large lake within the area known as the Nation Lakes. This is a great area for those who enjoy fishing, hunting and other outdoor recreational pursuits. Chuchi Lake has rainbow trout to 7 lbs. and lake trout to 22 lbs. are readily caught using various fly patterns, spin casting and trolling methods. The area has a very healthy population of moose, elk, bears and grouse. This is a true nature’s paradise.
Although this property is over 100 km north of Fort St. James, the property does have year-round access with an excellent “gravel road highway” running straight north from town.
Located on the shoreline of Tizgay Lake, this 8.05 acre property is currently used as a logging camp and is capable of housing 20 workers. Buildings are comprised of the main lodge/cook house, 4 bunkhouses plus separate washroom/shower facilities. The property was once operated as a Fishing Lodge and has great potential for that use today.
The replacement value for all the buildings and real estate would be well above the current asking price, so this is your opportunity to pick it up at a great buy. The property would function as a recreational retreat for a family or perfect for a group of friends get together and buy as a group purchase. For you entrepreneurs out there this property is a great option to start up your back to nature fishing and/or hunting lodge.
Please contact the listing REALTOR® today for more information or to book a time to go by for a look.
Lot 1 Tizgay Lake - Fort St. James, BC.
Drive 2 hours north of Fort St. James on Germanson Landing Rd.
Tizgay Lake is a lake within British Columbia and is nearby to Mount Milligan and Mount Sylvester. It is situated to the east of Chuchi Lake within the area known as the Nation Lakes. Tizgay Lake is 867 metres above sea level. The area is 0.57 square kilometres. The highest point nearby is 948 metres above sea level, 1.1 km west of Tizgay Lake. It stretches 1.0 kilometres in the north-south direction, and 1.2 kilometres in the east-west direction.
In the surroundings around Tizgay Lake, predominantly coniferous forest grows. The area around Tizgay Lake is almost unpopulated, with less than two inhabitants per square kilometer. The area is part of the boreal climate zone. The average annual temperature in the neighborhood is -1°C. The warmest month is July, when the average temperature is 13°C, and the coldest is February, by -12°C.
Tizgay Lake is a great area for those who enjoy fishing, hunting and other outdoor recreational pursuits. The area is very well known for its excellent moose hunting. Hunting, fishing, biking, quadding, hiking, snowmobiling along with many other activities.
Tchentlo, Indata and Tsayta Lakes are located nearby and provide equal opportunity for rainbow and lake trout and Dolly Varden. Witch Lake is a fly-in lake located 80 km (50 mi) by air from Fort St. James. Large rainbow and lake trout are resident in the lake.
Please see mapping section - all boundaries are approximate.
55°10'14.42"N and 124°18'2.71"W
LOT 1 DISTRICT LOT 2733 CASSIAR DISTRICT PLAN BCP49963
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