Bring your RV/trailer to the edge of the Thompson-Nicola and the Shuswap regions, where you will find the scenic Niskonlith Lake just 20 minutes off the Trans-Canada Highway near Pritchard. Mostly flat 2.6 acres with shelter, power and 760 ft of lake frontage!
Come to where the air is clean, the sky is wide open and your troubles are far away! Situated at the edge of the North Okanagan and the Shuswap regions, where the transition from farm and ranch land and river valleys meet the gradually growing hills, sits the scenic Niskonlith Lake. This area is about halfway from Vancouver to the Alberta border off of the Trans-Canada Highway (about 4.5 hours either way).
This mostly flat lakefront 2.6 acre getaway has over 760 ft of frontage making it a great location to either build your cabin or bring up the RV or trailer to spend weekends and holidays with the immediate or extended family. The lake is great for swimming, fishing (10 hp restriction), and paddling in the summer, and nordic skiing and snowshoeing in the winters. Enjoy a hike along the gentle trails in Niskonlith Lake Provincial Park in the fall to see a host of migratory birds.
From here you can get to Sun Peaks by the back way (29 km) on a gravel road, saving time and fuel. Chase and Pritchard are about 20 minutes away, with Kamloops about 45.
There’s a covered trailer parking with a deck and power. There are a few full time residents nearby to keep an eye on things, but not close enough to hear what’s going on. So if you’re looking for a place to unwind and relax and still keep active, this property may be just what you’re into. Come see for yourself ...
3426 Niskonlith Lake Road - Chase, BC
Turn right onto Coburn Street into the town of Chase, and go to the end of the street. Turn left on Shuswap Avenue for 3 blocks and then turn right onto Pine Street. Once you cross the bridge, head west on Kamloops-Shuswap Road for about 14 km. Turn right onto McGillivray Lake Road until you come to Niskonlith Lake Road. The turnoff down to the driveway should be your first right after Lakeshore Road.
Take the Pinantan Road exit into Pritchard. Turn left onto Pinantan Road and pass under the highway. Cross the bridge and turn right and continue on Pinantan Road until you come to Kamloops-Shuswap Road, then turn right. Go about 8 km then take a left onto McGillivray Lake Road until you come to Niskonlith Lake Road. The turnoff down to the driveway should be your first right after Lakeshore Road.
The entire east side of the lake is indigenous land that is separated into the Neskonlith Indian Reserve (IR) #1 to the south east, and the Adams Lake IR #4 at the north east. The Neskonlith Band are members of the Shuswap Nation Tribal Council as are the Adams Lake Indian Band.
The west side of the lake is divided into the north half, which is the Niskonlith Lake Provincial Park and various private properties at the south west and the south end. The provincial park has 29 rustic camping sites and is only accessed by the north by Loakin-Bear Creek Road.
North of the South Thompson River up to and including the Resort Municipality of Sun Peaks is the Rivers and the Peaks Electoral District P of the Thompson-Nicola Regional District.
As you visit Niskonlith Lake Provincial Park, you’ll be greeted by the lush forests and towering cottonwoods that decorate the park that are a sight to see. Old growth specimens of Douglas fir are also present here and provide opportunities for beautiful walks and hikes. If you visit in spring, the wildflowers in the park blossom adding color and elegance to the park. You, for sure, do not want to miss these resplendent views at the park.
If you love to take casual strolls along scenic trails, then you’ll enjoy a hike along the gentle trails that are available at Niskonlith Lake, particularly in the fall when you’ll get to see various migratory birds. The towering trees make for pristine wilderness walks. There are many kilometres of gravel roads and trails accessible from the property, bring your mountain or gravel bike!
When you visit in the winter, you get to enjoy its many trails by snowshoeing or cross-country skiing. There are also opportunities for ice fishing. The magic lies in the quiet you get to experience because there are significantly fewer people.
50°45'46.14"N and 119°47'32.29"W
Water is drawn from the lake and there is a single phase 100 amp service that terminates at the shelter.
Covered deck and trailer parking structure.
AF-1 (Agricultural Forestry Zone)
THAT PART OF THE SOUTH ½ OF LEGAL SUBDIVISION 15 SECTION 6 LYING WEST OF NISKONLITH LAKE AS SHOWN ON THE AMENDED PLAN OF THE SOUTH WEST ¼ OF SAID TOWNSHIP DATED AT OTTAWA THE 26TH OF AUGUST, 1912; TOWNSHIP 21 RANGE 13 WEST OF THE 6TH MERIDIAN KAMLOOPS DIVISION YALE DISTRICT
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