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    Deep Creek Lodge - Terrace, BC

    North Coast & Northwestern BC Listing No. 23125

    Lodge/B&B on 10.3 acres located in epicenter of trophy Skeena Valley river systems. 15 minutes to Terrace. 7 bedrooms and 5 bathrooms. Previously operated as a full-service fishing guide operation, more recently the full-service accommodation only. Hot tub.


    10.3 acres

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    Ever dreamed of having your own Bed and Breakfast or your own oasis tucked away without neighbors? Or maybe you need a large home for your family.

    Deep Creek Lodge lays in the center of the lower Skeena Valley; close to the Kitsumkalum River surrounded by pristine forests and the extraordinary Coastal Mountains of Northern British Columbia. It is located conveniently just 15 minutes outside the City of Terrace in a quite and exclusive location fully immersed in the nature.

    Deep Creek Lodge has previously operated as a full-service fishing guide operation, but more recently has contracted out the fishing guide services and has focused more on the full-service accommodation for clients. The lodge features 4 fully-appointed guest rooms. Each room has two twin sized beds and access to a full private bathroom. Inside the resort you’ll find a dining room, lounge room with a book shelf card games and a patio. There’s even a hot tub with a deck, the perfect place to relax after a day on the water or exploring the region landscape.

    This home boasts 7 bedrooms and 5 bathrooms and is surrounded by 10.30 acres. Upstairs, the living room has vaulted ceilings with a wood burning fireplace. The kitchen is spacious and has 2 eating areas. There are 2 bedrooms plus a den currently used as a bedroom. Below you will find a family room, eating area, storage, 3 more bedrooms with 2 full bathrooms.

    There's a garage for more storage. Outside and around the side of the home is the basement with another 2 bedrooms, bathroom and a small living room with some cabinetry. This property has so much to offer.

    This is the perfect opportunity to take on a profitable business that you can run out of your home. Contact the listing REALTOR® today for more information or to book a time to go by for a look.


    5225 Deep Creek Drive - Terrace, BC


    Please refer to the mapping section of this listing for the detailed location.

    Area Data

    Terrace is a city located in the northwestern part of British Columbia. It is situated on the Skeena River and is the largest city in the region known as the Skeena Country. Here is some information about Terrace:

    Location and Geography

    Terrace is located approximately 550 kilometres (340 miles) northwest of the provincial capital, Vancouver. It is nestled between the Coast Mountains and the Kitimat Ranges, offering stunning natural scenery and outdoor recreational opportunities. The city is surrounded by rivers, lakes, and forests.

    Indigenous Heritage

    Terrace is located within the traditional territories of the Tsimshian Nation, which includes the Kitsumkalum, Kitselas, and Haisla First Nations. The Tsimshian culture and heritage are an integral part of the community, and there are opportunities to learn about and experience Indigenous traditions.


    Terrace's economy is diverse, with industries such as forestry, mining, transportation, tourism, and services playing significant roles. The city serves as a transportation hub, connecting the inland communities with the coastal areas. The area's natural resources and beautiful landscapes also attract outdoor enthusiasts and tourists.

    Outdoor Recreation

    Terrace is a haven for outdoor enthusiasts, offering a wide range of activities. The region boasts excellent fishing opportunities, with the Skeena River known for its world-class salmon and steelhead fishing. Hiking, mountain biking, skiing, snowboarding, and wildlife viewing are also popular activities in the surrounding mountains and forests.

    Cultural Attractions

    The city of Terrace has several cultural attractions that showcase the history and heritage of the region. The Heritage Park Museum displays artifacts and exhibits related to the area's Indigenous culture, pioneer history, and natural history. The Ksan Historical Village, located nearby, provides a glimpse into the traditional Tsimshian way of life.



    Terrace is known for its exceptional fishing opportunities, particularly for salmon and steelhead. The Skeena River, which runs through Terrace, is renowned for its world-class fishing. Anglers come from all over to try their luck at catching these prized fish.

    Hiking and Biking

    The surrounding mountains and forests provide numerous trails for hiking and mountain biking. Areas like Terrace Mountain, Onion Lake, and the nearby Kitimat Ranges offer a variety of trails suitable for different skill levels. These trails showcase stunning scenery, including panoramic views, waterfalls, and lush vegetation.

    Skiing and Snowboarding

    In the winter, Terrace is a gateway to several ski resorts. Shames Mountain, located about 35 kilometres (22 miles) west of Terrace, offers downhill skiing and snowboarding opportunities. The mountain boasts abundant snowfall and challenging terrain, making it a popular destination for winter sports enthusiasts.

    Wildlife Viewing

    Terrace and its surrounding areas are home to a diverse range of wildlife. Visitors can observe various species, including bears, bald eagles, moose, and deer. The nearby Khutzeymateen Grizzly Bear Sanctuary is a protected area known for its population of grizzly bears, and boat tours are available for wildlife viewing.


    Terrace has a golf course called the Skeena Valley Golf & Country Club. This scenic 18-hole course offers a challenging game with views of the surrounding mountains and forests. The club also has a restaurant and hosts tournaments and events throughout the golfing season.

    Kayaking and Canoeing

    The rivers and lakes around Terrace provide opportunities for kayaking and canoeing. The Skeena River and Lakelse Lake are popular spots for paddling, allowing visitors to explore the serene waters and take in the surrounding natural beauty.

    Camping and RVing

    There are several campgrounds and RV parks in and around Terrace, offering opportunities for outdoor enthusiasts to enjoy the wilderness. Kalum River Lodge, Lakelse Lake Provincial Park, and Copper Mountain Campground are among the options available.



    A man with a "Little" vision and big dreams arrived in the Skeena River valley in March 1905 by snowshoeing through gruelling deep snow along the Kitimat Trail. George Little liked what he saw and knew that this land was indeed the land that he was searching for when he left his native Ontario. His keen interest and faith in Terrace were contagious and soon gave way to a flood of pioneer settlers, eventually, resulting in a thriving city that respects the man who founded Terrace and recognized the potential of the Skeena Valley.

    Fitting nicely into his vision of Terrace, George Little donated 47 acres to the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway. The station stop was originally named "Littleton," however, as there was already a Littleton in New Brunswick, Little changed the name to "Terrace" in reference to the local geography. Little established a sawmill to accommodate the demand for railway ties. In 1955, Little rode the first C.N.R. train to Kitimat passing over the same route he had trekked one half century earlier.


    Please see mapping section, all boundaries are approximate.

    Map Reference

    54°34'20.04"N and 128°39'26.04"W


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    • Natural Gas


    3,804 ft2 main house - 7 bedrooms and 5 bathrooms

    Tax Details

    $4,458 (2022)




    PID 023-697-342

    Maps & Plans

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    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.