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    Canim Lake Resort - Canim Lake, BC

    Cariboo Chilcotin Listing No. 21162

    One of the most beautiful lakefront resorts in all of British Columbia. Canim Lake Resort offers the perfect opportunity to enjoy endless lake activities & is the ideal vacation spot for the whole family. 3 cabins, 20 RV sites, lodge with restaurant & suite, owner’s residence & much more.


    25 acres

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    Canim Lake Resort is one of the premier resort properties in the interior of British Columba. With countless glowing reviews and repeat guests, this oasis is a wonderful opportunity for an experienced resort owner or someone looking for a new challenge. The owners of Canim Lake Resort have poured their hearts into the property, and have meticulously planned and designed the resort to be a unforgettable experience for guests, but also an easy to run operation for a new owner.

    The property itself is a dream come true and offers 25 acres along the southerly banks of Canim Lake. Both picturesque and functional from an activity/accommodation perspective, it truly is a rare opportunity and a unique offering. The 25 acres are divided by Canim Lake Road, with the southerly portion backing onto Crown land with and zoned RR1 allowing for residential usage, and even potential subdivision. The northerly portion that shares a border with the lake is roughly 12 acres, zoned C2 (tourist commercial) and is ground zero for some of BC’s best fishing. Numerous other surrounding lakes also offer a varying degree of fishing difficulty making the region suitable for all levels of experience.

    The size of the property should allow for further development, and addition of revenue generating components such as recreational activities and RV sites/cabins. If you have the vision the property is a canvas for endless potential. Bring your entrepreneurial spirit, and new ideas and continue to grow what could be a world class resort.

    Below is a breakdown of the available lodgings (info can be found on Canim Lake Resort website):

    Cabin 4

    This cabin has been rebuilt, using the original historical structure. It was lifted, with a basement added to it. Cabin 4 has the closest access to the lake, dock and swimming area.

    • maximum 4-person occupancy
    • main floor bedroom with a queen size bed
    • sleeping loft with two single beds
    • bathroom with shower and toilet
    • complete with linen and towels
    • living area with fireplace
    • fully equipped kitchen (pots, pans, coffee maker and utensils)
    • outdoor fire pit and picnic table
    Cabin 6

    This cabin is the newest of the trio, having been built from scratch after the 90s. Children will enjoy one bedroom equipped with bunkbeds, while the layout of the cabin offers as much privacy as a log cabin can muster.

    • maximum 6-person occupancy
    • minimum 3 adults to book this cabin
    • main floor has two bedrooms; one with bunkbeds, the other with a queen
    • sleeping loft with two single beds
    • bathroom with shower and toilet
    • complete with linen and towels
    • living area with fireplace
    • fully equipped kitchen (pots, pans, coffee maker and utensils)
    • outdoor fire pit and picnic table
    Cabin 8

    The oldest of all of Canim Lake Resort’s cabins, this one is full of rich history and character. It is located furthest from the hub of the resort. When one corner sunk, Cabin 8 developed a lean. On proposing to tear it down and rebuild, many repeat guest opposed the idea as it was a charming characteristic they had come to love, and the memories were many as this was often a Honeymoon Suite. The bed has been leveled in the interior, and a bathroom added for comfort.

    • maximum 2 person occupancy
    • single floor
    • single queen bed
    • bathroom with shower and toilet
    • complete with linen and towels
    • living area with fireplace
    • fully equipped kitchen (pots, pans, coffee maker and utensils)
    • outdoor fire pit and picnic table
    Moose Lodge - Studio Apartment
    • maximum 6 person occupancy
    • minimum 3 adults to book the studio
    • main floor has four single bed and a pull out sofa
    • sleeping loft with a queen
    • bathroom with shower and toilet
    • complete with linen and towels
    • small kitchen (pots, pans, coffee maker and utensils)


    4454 Newall Road - Canim Lake, BC


    The property is located approximately 35 minutes from 100 Mile House. You can access it via Canim-Hendrix Lake Road. Follow this road until you get to Forest Grove, where you take a right at the store to continue along Canim-Hendrix Lake Road. Continue a further 13 km before turning right onto Canim Lake S Road. In about 300 m you will turn left onto Newall Road, which is across the road from Canim Lake General Store.

    Notable Drive Times
    • Canim Lake General Store: 1 minute
    • 100 Mile House: 30 minutes
    • Quesnel: 2 hours 30 minutes
    • Kamloops: 2 hours 30 minutes
    • Prince George: 4 hours
    • Vancouver: 5 hours 30 minutes

    Area Data

    Canim Lake is the largest lake in the 100 Mile House area. Surrounded by mountains and teeming with wildlife, this pristine lake is one of the most attractive waterways in the Cariboo. It is 28 miles long and is approximately 25 miles northeast of 100 Mile House.

    Sport fishermen come to the area not only for rainbow trout and kokanee, but also for the large “lakers.” For the hiking enthusiasts, the spectacular Canim Falls are located a short distance away on the waterway separating Mahood and Canim Lakes.

    100 Mile House sits at an elevation of 579 m (1,900 ft). At present, 100 Mile House is the primary service centre for the South Cariboo and has a population of approximately 2,000. The service area has a population roughly ten times the size of the town. It includes the communities of Lac La Hache, Forest Grove, Lone Butte, Bridge Lake, 70 Mile House, Canim Lake and 108 Mile Ranch, the largest residential centre between Kamloops and Williams Lake.

    The primary industries of 100 Mile House are forestry and ranching. Log home building and tourism are also an important part of the community.

    There is an airstrip located in downtown 100 Mile, with a larger airstrip in nearby 108 Mile. The nearest airport with commercial flights is in Williams Lake.

    100 Mile House is a centre for outdoor activities and is becoming increasingly known for its richness of bird life. The surrounding area features many lakes for boating and excellent fishing including Lac La Hache, Canim Lake, Horse Lake, Green Lake and Bridge Lake. The Cariboo ski marathon attracts a large and international field of cross-country skiers.


    • Horseback Riding
    • Biking
    • Swimming (Canim Lake & Eagle Creek)
    • Quadding & quad tours
    • Fishing
    • Hiking
    • Boat rental
    • Golf
    • Kayaking/canoeing
    • Wilderness tours
    • Catamaran
    • Day excursions
    • Horseback riding
    • Ice fishing
    • Snowmobiling
    • Snowshoeing
    • Dog sledding
    • Downhill skiing
    • Cross-country skiing


    The history of Canim Lake Resort is as rich as the land it resides on. Canim Lake Resort was established in 1930, by David Newall. Originally it was a hunting and fishing camp, created as a home base to access some of the best food resources in the province. The Newall version of Canim Lake Resort was not the comforting vision that stands today.

    Newell’s lodge was lost to a fire, but the memories live on in photographs. While uncovering these historical documents, rumours surfaced that this was a vacationing spot for the late President Hoover, which is why an area (Hoover Bay) has been named after him.

    The office and main house is an architectural beauty with rustic charm, and was added on by a woodworking teacher who built it himself. The resort was purchased by husband and wife team in 1990, where it began the journey to become what you recognize today. The Lodge, the heart of the resort, was build in 1993.

    Map Reference

    51°46'12.49"N and 120°54'1.29"W


    • Hydro
    • Propane
    • Septic
    • Internet
    • Telephone
    • Water (via lake)


    • 3 log cabins
    • 20 RV sites (ample room to add additional sites)
    • Studio apartment
    • Full restaurant with commercial kitchen appliances
    • Laundry facilities
    • Numerous outbuildings for storage
    • Greenhouse/gardens
    • Dock
    • 3,000 ft2 owner’s residence

    Tax Details

    $9,300.43 (2021)




    Block B, Plan KAP2460, District Lot 2077, Lillooet Land District
    PID 011-024-577

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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.