Charming timber frame summer cottage on park like one acre on beautiful Quesnel Lake in the Central Cariboo region of British Columbia, Canada. Available May through October.100 feet of waterfront, 100 feet of dock space. Lots of RV parking. Accommodates 6 to 8 persons. Two bedrooms with queen beds, queen sofa bed in living room area, two twin beds in loft. Fully equipped kitchen, laundry, propane barbecue, large covered deck overlooking the lake adds to the living area. Located between Likely and Cedar Point Park on paved road. Several boat launch areas close by. Aluminum car top boat and Pelican paddle boat included in rental rate.
Quesnel Lake is a glacial lake and the source of the Quesnel River. With a depth up to 610 metres, it is the deepest lake in British Columbia and is thought to be the deepest fjord lake in the world. It has almost 600 km (360 miles) of shoreline distributed among the West, East and North arms. In the heart of the Cariboo Mountains, it has stunning scenery including sandy beaches and ancient cedar rainforests up the North Arm and fjord like rock walls and our own Niagara Falls up the East Arm. The principal interest in Quesnel Lake is its fishery. It is a popular sport fishing destination and is also home to about a quarter of BC's sockeye. Cast for trophy wild rainbow trout in one of the world's most pristine and unique settings. From diverse stillwaters to sockeye salmon creeks and rivers, the exceptionally beautiful and unique Quesnel Lake ecocystem offers rainbow trout angling that is unparalleled anywhere in British Columbia. Measured in pounds and not inches, many expert flyfishers say that this is hard to match anywhere on earth. Along with fishing, there is beachcombing, swimming, water skiing, sailing, boating, kayaking, hiking, mountain climbing, ATV'ing and snowmobiling.+ More