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    Big Bar Lake Acreage

    Thompson Nicola Listing No. 19267

    14.60 acre corner lot at Big Bar Lake. Driveway cleared, power onto the lot, a drilled well and Big Bar Road is ploughed through the winter and well maintained the remainder of the year. Stream running through the property. Great fishing and lots of wildlife.


    14.06 acres

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    14.60 acre corner lot at Big Bar Lake. Driveway cleared, power onto the lot, a drilled well and easy access off Big Bar Road. Main road is ploughed through the winter and well maintained the remainder of the year. Ready for you to build or come and enjoy right away. Stream running through the property with trees for privacy and a high area for a build site. No engine restrictions on the lake but there is a speed limit. Great fishing and lots of wildlife in the area. A short 35-minute drive from Clinton.


    Take Big Bar Road off of Highway 97 going west and travel approximately 26 kilometres. For Sale Sign on the property. Across the road from 3529 Big Bar Road with the 3 bears on the fence.

    Area Data

    Clinton is a village located approximately 40 km northwest of Cache Creek and 30 km south of 70 Mile House. It is considered by some to straddle the southern edge of the Cariboo country of BC. It sits immediately below the southern edge of the Cariboo Plateau. This active community of 650, with its colorful history of well over 100 years and its unique western atmosphere, was founded as a direct result of the "boom" of the Cariboo Gold Rush.

    The topography immediately surrounding Clinton is one of gentle tree clad slopes, with a modest Lime Mountain dominating the view from town. However, dramatic viewscapes are close by. Marble Range, just 20 minutes west of town, features craggy mountain cliffs, caves, sinkholes, disappearing streams, cliffs, chasms, and crenellated limestone karsts. Chasm Provincial Park, and its Painted Chasm, is a 20-minute drive north of town. This miniature version of the Grand Canyon, the Painted Chasm displays successive rock layers of ancient lava flow in tones of red, brown, yellow, and purple.

    Climate and Weather
    The elevation of the Clinton, 887m (2,900 ft) above sea level, leads to mild daytime temperatures and cool nights even in the height of summer. Daytime summer temperatures average around 20°C (68°F). The area receives less than 30 cm (12 in) of rainfall a year. Winters bring modest snowfalls with average daytime temperatures of -6°C (20°F). The mild weather and relatively close proximity to Vancouver make Clinton an ideal spot for year-round outdoor activities.


    Kelly Lake, Pear Lake, Leighwood Lake, Riley Dam, Big Bar Lake, Beaverdam Lake and Loon Lake all provide excellent fishing. The Marble Mountain Range, the Edgehills, Mt. Kerr, and Mt.Bowman are a playground for the outdoorsman and woman.

    Recreational Facilities

    • 2 municipal parks
    • 2 ball diamonds
    • basketball courts
    • cross country ski trails (60 km of marked trails, used for hiking and mountain biking in the summer)
    • curling rink
    • mountain bike and hiking trails
    • 4 provincial parks
    • rodeo grounds
    • tennis courts
    • soccer fields


    Originally known as 47 Mile House or 47 Mile, Clinton was named in 1863 upon completion of the Cariboo Wagon Road in the area for Henry Fiennes Pelham Clinton, the 5th Duke of Newcastle, who was Colonial Secretary from 1854-1854 and 1859-1864.

    Every May Clinton is home to the Annual Ball which features a rodeo and dance. This is one of British Columbia's oldest continual events having first been held in 1867 and was a highlight of the social calendar in the British Columbia Interior for many decades. The Clinton Museum, built in 1892, has a number of historical artifacts on display that date back to the gold rush and founding of the area.

    Map Reference

    51°17'51.22"N and 121°46'10.84"W

    Investment Features

    Bare land


    • Drilled well
    • Electricity


    • Powerhouse for electricity
    • Driveway

    Tax Details

    $531.88 (2019)


    RL-1 Rural Zone, Thompson Nicola Regional District

    Principal Uses

    • one single family dwelling, one two family dwelling, or one manufactured home;
    • agricultural and horticultural use subject to livestock limitations set out in s. 3.24 of this Bylaw;
    • intensive agricultural use on parcels 16 ha or larger;
    • forestry practice use;
    • processing of aggregate materials;
    • open land recreation;
    • aircraft landing field;
    • golf course;
    • cemetery, school, and community hall;
    • winery, cidery, and microbrewery; and
    • storage of explosives.

    Accessory Uses
    The following uses are only permitted subject to a principal use existing on the parcel:

    • home based business;
    • rustic guest ranch;
    • riding stable;
    • pet breeding and kennel use;
    • accessory building; and
    • bed and breakfast.


    Lot 8 District Lot 1745 Lillooet District Plan EPP8293
    PID 028-583-604

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    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.