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    Affordable Ruth Lake Waterfront - 100 Mile House, BC

    Cariboo Chilcotin Listing No. 19031

    130 feet of pristine Ruth Lake waterfront. This 0.58 acre property backs onto Crown land. Enjoy the peace, serenity and the beautiful sunsets! Very well-treed which adds a high amount of privacy. Great hunting and fishing. Southwest exposure.

    Reduced $159,000

    0.58 of an acre (25,264 ft²)

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    Enjoy 130 feet of pristine Ruth Lake waterfront. Ruth Lake waterfront is rare and hard to come by. This 0.58 acre property backs onto Crown land. Enjoy the peace, serenity and the beautiful sunsets! The property is very well-treed which adds a high amount of privacy to the property. There is also a foot dock for sunning and diving. The trout fishing is superb, the lake also has Kokanee salmon and hunting in the area is quite productive. The hunting in the area is excellent and there is a massive network of logging roads and ATV trails for you to explore.

    Zoning allows for residential, home-based businesses, bed-and-breakfast and more ...

    Perfect southwest exposure means the sun goes down every evening over your dock. Listen to the sound of the loons as they echo across the lake.

    Call the listing REALTOR® today for more information or to book a showing.


    Block A, Eagle Creek Rd - Forest Grove, BC


    Call the listing REALTOR® for detailed directions.

    Area Data

    Ruth Lake Provincial Park northeast of 100 Mile House is a recreational day-use area that provides great outdoor opportunities for visitors and residents in the South Cariboo region. The park protects a unique landscape that illustrates the impressive geology of the last ice age, including large boulders, reminders of the great ice sheets of 10,000 years ago.

    The 30-hectare park is found within the drier portion of the sub-boreal spruce biogeoclimatic zone of the Cariboo Plateau, and features moderate to steep slopes above Ruth Lake that are blanketed with undeveloped old-growth Douglas fir dispersed among forests of pine and spruce trees.

    The forest surrounding Ruth Lake is a diverse and important habitat for wildlife such as black bear, mule deer, hawks, songbirds and waterfowl.

    This area was home to the Shuswap First Nations, and supported their semi-nomadic lifestyle of sustenance hunting, fishing and food gathering.

    Ruth Lake is very popular with local residents for swimming, canoeing, kayaking and power boating. A grassy area overlooks a small beach with a swim dock, and a swimming area is roped off using buoys. Note that there are no lifeguards on duty at Ruth Lake.

    Ruth Lake is a favourite spot for fishing for rainbow trout, and a single rough boat launch ramp provides access to the Lake. Facilities include pit toilets, but there are no camping facilities provided at the park.

    Ruth Lake Provincial Park is located 30 km northeast of 100 Mile House. Turn off Highway 97 just north of 100 Mile House, drive towards Forest Grove. Continue straight on, following the signs to the park.

    Forest Grove
    Situated just off Highway 97, near 100 Mile House, Forest Grove is in the Cariboo region of British Columbia. Prior to World War I settlers were making their way into the area and building small farms and/or living off the fur trade. One early settler, Oliver Philips, named the area Forest Grove after a town by the same name in Oregon. By 1917 Forest Grove consisted of a lodge, general store, post office, billiard hall, trading post, a large barn as well as a storage building. The first school was built about 1922 and serviced just the local area. Due to transportation difficulties communities further afield had their own small schools. By World War II farming was giving way to forestry as the main industry.

    Forest Grove remains a small community servicing the retirement and resort business on surrounding lakes. In the general area there is a school, store, legion, community hall and post office. There remains some farm activity as well as forestry.


    Kayaking, water-skiing, boating, sailing, canoeing and fishing are just some of the water-related activities you and your friends, or family, can enjoy while living or holidaying here. For the more adventurous types there’s, horseback riding, hiking, biking and snowmobile trails, as well as numerous smaller fishing lakes in the surrounding hills. You can also book a fishing expedition to one of the many remote-fishing lakes via float plane. This is where you can explore and experience nature, and maybe, some real BC wildlife!


    Please see mapping section - all boundaries are approximate.

    Map Reference

    51°50'6.94"N and 121° 3'23.29"W


    No services, however there is power somewhat nearby and many of the adjacent property owners do pump water from the lake.

    Tax Details

    $928.31 (2018)





    PID 017-032-300

    Maps & Plans


    Maps & Plans

    Our property descriptions and geographical information are taken from the BC Assessment Authority, Land Titles Office, government maps and other sources. While LandQuest® does not guarantee the information, we believe it to be accurate, but should not be relied upon without verification. This communication is not intended to cause or induce breach of an existing agency agreement.