Lakefront property with income from RV and cabin rentals on super popular Watch Lake or perfect for a group of friends or extended family with 9 fully serviced RV sites, 4 cozy log cabins, mobile home. Less than 5 hours from the Lower Mainland.
This 5.09-acre property with 447± ft of gorgeous lakefront on super popular Watch Lake is part of the Ace High RV Resort development. Strata Lot 1 includes 8 fully serviced lakefront RV sites, 1 upland RV site, 4 cozy log cabins, 2 bedroom and 2 bath mobile home, common washroom building for guests and main office building.
The owners developed and sold the 26 RV sites that comprise the remainder of the strata lots and have retained ownership of the resort for future development. The RV sites have been rented on an annual basis for the last few years and have not operated the resort as an active business. A new owner will have the opportunity to operate as a lakefront resort catering to guests and the other owners of RV sites or to subdivide the property and sell RV and cabin sites. It is perfect for a group of friends or extended family to have their own lakefront RV paradise.
Ace High is an ideal RV destination less than 5 hours from the Lower Mainland and 30 minutes from Highway 97, at 70 Mile House on paved roads.
Watch Lake has excellent fishing for rainbow trout to 7 lbs., swimming, kayaking canoeing and the area offers endless recreational opportunities.
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8260 Ace High Road - Lone Butte, BC
From 70 Mile House (Highway 97) travel east on North Bonaparte Road for 13 km, and turn left (north) on North Green Lake Road. Follow this road along the shoreline of Green Lake for about 20 km, you will pass the historic Flying U Guest Ranch and Watch Lake Road. Turn left onto Ace High Road across from Green Lake Lodge. From there it is less than 1 km to Ace High Resort.
From Highway 24 at Lone Butte travel south on Watch Lake Road for 15 km turn left on Moose Point Road stay right at the fork in the road turn left on Ace High Road and go fishing.
The South Cariboo is one of the fastest growing rural areas in the province. It is attracting people who are looking for both recreational properties and full time residences. The service centre is 100 Mile House with a population of 2,000. Including the surrounding communities, it serves close to 15,000. The main industries have always been logging, ranching and tourism.
Of the hundreds of lakes in the South Cariboo, none is more sought after or as well known as 14 km long Green Lake. Named for its clear greenish blue waters, the lake itself is quite shallow ensuring that it warms quickly in the early summer and stays warm into the fall. The surrounding area consists of rolling hills with large tracts of open range land. Cattle and wildlife share these lands with the many visitors and residents who head off to explore the countless miles of trails and forestry roads.
The area has abundant populations of moose and deer, with limited numbers of black bear, coyote, squirrels and marmots. The west end of the lake attracts waterfowl as a nesting and migratory resting area, owls and golden eagles can also be seen.
This four-season destination in beautiful British Columbia offers a lifetime of memorable experiences with an endless list of outdoor activities for the entire family. You can immerse yourself in the great outdoors where wildlife is abundant, the air is clean, and the waters are pure.
The Cariboo’s first offering was gold. It was a land born of dreams . . . dreams of discovery, yellow dust and instant riches. Golden imagery still pervades the psyche—golden hay fields swaying gently in an afternoon breeze; forest meadows filled in spring with golden flowers, and in autumns lazy light with golden leaves of aspen; sunshine shimmering golden off a still lake’s surface and golden sunsets painted in the western sky. The countryside here is spectacular in its beauty!
Watch Lake is an outstanding family lake with some of the best fishing in BC. The lake is excellent for both summer and winter recreation. Swimming, boating, fishing, paddling, and horseback riding are all popular. The undulating plateau and highlands around the lake have become a cross-country skiing and snowmobiling paradise. For those looking for power boating and waterskiing, Green Lake is only a kilometre away.
51°27'15.14"N and 121° 6'55.13"W
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STRATA LOT 1 DISTRICT LOTS 4535 AND 4536 LILLOOET DISTRICT
STRATA PLAN KAS2490 TOGETHER WITH AN INTEREST IN THE COMON PROPERTY IN PROPORTION TO THE UNIT ENTITLEMENT OF THE TRATA LOT AS SHOWN ON FORM V
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