Lakeside campground ownership opportunity with potential to expand in a popular recreational destination. Popular with cyclists exploring the Trans Canada Trail and campers returning yearly. Located in Bankeir just 40 km from Princeton and 2.5 hours from the Fraser Valley.
Foreign Buyer Ban does not apply to this property
Great family campground situated on 5.2 acres fronting onto Link Lake and backing onto the famous Kettle Valley Railway Trail. Located in the quaint community of Bankier, a beautiful 35-minute drive from Princeton on the Princeton-Summerland Highway. This property features approximately 1,800 feet of south-west facing lake frontage, 14 campsites serviced with power and water, two rustic 1-bedroom self-contained cabins, a 3-bedroom, 2-bathroom main residence, common bathroom area with showers for guests, and three good sized work shops located in different areas of the property for convenience. There is an abundance of water with two drilled wells and a domestic water licence. The lake is stocked yearly with trout and offers great fly-fishing during summer and ice fishing in the off-season. This is an outstanding lifestyle opportunity to operate a campground where people visit year after year, become great friends, and make unforgettable family memories.
From Princeton drive approximately 40 km down the Princeton Summerland Highway to the small community of Bankeir. Once you reach Bankeir, turn right on Country Lane and follow to the end of the road.
The small community of Bankeir is a beautiful 35-minute drive from Princeton and showcases the backcountry lifestyle, with beautiful ranches and lake side homes along the way. Bankeir offers both small lots in the heart of the community and smaller acreages surrounding it. The community is nestled between three lakes: Chain Lake, Link Lake, and Osprey Lake offering year long fun that is enjoyed by many full-time residents as well as seasonal cabins and the many rental cabins and campsites used by tourists. Located in the Similkameen region of southern British Columbia.
Southern BC Interior
Camping, cycling, fishing, hunting, ATVing, snowmobiling.
The Similkameen region is one of several historical regions of British Columbia whose foundations and settlement lay in the days of the Colony of British Columbia, and was one of the first areas of the province prospected as well as farmed and ranched. The area has seen a number of famous gold strikes and large mining operations, notably the Tulameen Gold Rush of the 1880s and 1890s.
49°42'29.73"N and 120°13'29.71"W
Seasonal campground and cabins.
2023 Property Assessed Value - $1,964,000
Lot 1, Block 1, District Lots 2086 and 4152, Plan 13399, Kamloops Division, Yale District
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