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    The Ultimate Hunting Cabin on 120 Acres in the Heart of Moose and Deer Country - Quesnel, BC

    Cariboo Chilcotin Listing No. 24051

    30’ x 36’ log cabin with covered wrap-around porch, full basement, loft & bathroom. This stunning structure is the perfect place to house friends who come to hunt the 120 acres & surrounding Crown land. 55 cleared hay acres, trees, wetland & nearby lakes, this is an outdoorsmen’s dream.

    Foreign Buyer Ban does not apply to this property


    120 acres

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    Welcome to your dream hunting retreat nestled in the heart of pristine wilderness near Panatge Lake! This stunning 120-acre property offers a meticulously crafted log cabin with a spacious 30' x 36' interior, complete with a wrap-around covered porch that beckons you to enjoy panoramic views of the surrounding beauty.

    As you step inside, you are greeted by a warm and inviting atmosphere enhanced by bright windows that flood the space with natural light. The main floor features a well-appointed kitchen where you can prepare delicious meals after a day of outdoor adventures. The full basement provides additional space, including a sleeping loft and a bathroom for added convenience. The kitchen has an ornamental wood stove and kitchen sink, which is gravity fed and perfect for cooking and cleaning.

    With accommodation for large groups, this property is perfect for hosting gatherings with family and friends. The cozy living room boasts an acorn wood stove, creating a comfortable ambiance for relaxation and storytelling. The sleeping loft overlooks the open-concept kitchen and living area, adding to the cabin's charm and functionality.

    The property spans an expansive 120 acres, offering a diverse landscape that includes 55 acres of open hay meadows, tree-covered areas, natural meadows, wetlands, and proximity to nearby lakes. Outdoor enthusiasts will appreciate the abundance of game species such as mule deer, white-tailed deer, moose, and grouse, making it a prime location for hunting and wildlife observation.

    For practicality, numerous outbuildings are available for housing generators and processing game meat. The cabin operates off-grid with electricity sourced from a generator, ensuring uninterrupted comfort during your stay. A shallow well and septic system with two drain fields provide essential amenities, while a workshop in the basement with an overhead bay door and 9' ceilings offers space for projects and storage.

    Located off the Blackwater Road, this property offers seclusion and tranquility while still being accessible. Surrounding Crown land adds to the sense of privacy and wilderness exploration opportunities. Whether you seek a peaceful retreat or an outdoor enthusiast's paradise, this property embodies the best of cabin living in a beautiful natural setting.


    4975 Dunphy Road - Quesnel, BC

    Approximate 35 minutes from Quesnel, BC.


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    Area Data

    The Cariboo Region of British Columbia has a total approximate population of 127,900. Manufacturing, forestry, mining, oil and gas are the most prominent sources of employment through the region with manufacturing leading the way at 12% of total employment. The Government of British Columbia has predicted regional job growth at 0.4% per annum out to 2022 at which point regional job openings will reach 30,330.

    The town of Quesnel itself is located at the confluence of the Quesnel and Fraser Rivers. It is the commercial centre for some 23,000 residents and is serviced by diverse rail, road and air networks. The Quesnel Airport is directly north of town and services all domestic air travel needs.

    The Quesnel economy has traditionally been orientated around the timber industry. There are numerous mills, which currently operate in the region providing stable predictable employment. West Fraser Integrated Forest Company, one of the most prominent players in British Columbia’s timber industry, operates several corporate offices in Quesnel. Other prominent industries in Quesnel include agriculture, mining and service/support companies for northern resource development and extraction.


    The property is an outdoorsmen’s dream. With hunting and fishing opportunities mere footsteps from the front door of the property. The lush growing climate and ample space creates a garden enthusiast’s dream with excellent opportunity to grow and harvest a wide array of fruits and vegetables.

    The property is well situated for equestrian usage with fencing, corrals and large tracks of land suitable for riding. Thousands of square kilometres of Crown land, immediately adjacent to the property, provide infinite opportunity to explore the countryside. Some other recreational opportunities include:

    • Gardening
    • Hobby farming
    • Equestrian
    • Quadding
    • Dirt biking
    • Snowmobiling
    • Hunting
    • Fishing
    • Camping
    • Canoeing
    • Rafting
    • Hiking
    • Wildlife viewing


    The town of Quesnel was named after Simon Fraser’s Clerk during his expeditions, Jules Maurice Quesnel. The town grew as a major supply and transportation hub for the gold town of Barkerville and its surrounding gold fields. Following the region’s gold rush, Quesnel continued to play a major role as a supply and transportation center for the exploration of Northern British Columbia.

    From 1921 to 1952 Quesnel was the Northern terminus of the Pacific Great Eastern Railway. This transportation network and the rich, productive forests surrounding Quesnel led to a boom in the regional lumber industry. In fact, by 1952, there were 180 sawmills and 5 planer mills all within a 30-mile radius of Quesnel. This number has declined over the years, with the consolidation of the mills under the ownership of some of the larger regional companies. The lumber industry has continued to be the primary economic driver for the region.

    As time passed, upgrades were made to the town of Quesnel including paved roads, electricity, a bridge spanning the Fraser River, which amalgamated West Quesnel with East Quesnel, a natural gas transmission line and the construction of the GR Baker Hospital. All these developments permitted the town of Quesnel to gain city status in 1979.

    Map Reference

    53°11'22.66"N and 123° 4'12.43"W


    • Electricity - generator (3,000W King Canada)
    • Shallow well
    • Septic with 2 drain fields
    • Wood stove in basement/kitchen and Acorn woodstove in living room


    • 30’ x 36’ log cabin with loft and full basement including bay door (built 1993 and approximately 2,700 ft2)
    • Full covered deck on half of the house
    • Meat shed
    • Generator shed
    • Miscellaneous outbuildings

    Tax Details

    $1,363.88 (2024)


    R/A (Resource Agricultural)


    PID 015-196-933

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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.