Logan Lake Municipal Campground and Visitor Centre
480 Campground Road
Phone: (250) 523-6283)
The Logan Lake campground features 50 Lakeview campsites with picnic tables, fire pits and 30 amp hook-ups. There are full washrooms available which include free hot showers, free wireless internet, and free access to Logan Lake TV with an antenna. There is a boat launch at the campground (electric motors only on Logan Lake) central water taps and a payphone. There is a sani station available within the town of Logan Lake.”
Visitor Centre is located on site.
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Campground staff are on site daily from 9:00 am – 8:00 pm..
Highland Valley Copper
Phone: (250) 523-3307
Highland Valley Copper is one of the largest open-pit copper mines in the world, so large that it is visible from space! Such a mammoth undertaking requires big machinery, and a tour of the mine is an unforgettable experience. The tours are FREE and the duration is approximately 2 1/2 hrs. NOTE: the tours are unavailable to children under 12 years, due to safety restrictions. Daily weekday tours run from the end of May to August.
Highland Valley Copper Lookout
Situated on Highway 97C, the lookout has signage detailing First Nations and mining history within the valley. Don’t forget your camera!
Meadow Creek Pottery
315 Chartrand Ave.
Phone: (250) 523-6946
Watch a local artisan at work. Sculptures, tiles and stoneware are just a few of the beautifully handcrafted items on display for purchase.
Meadow Creek Golf Club
1655 S Hwy 5
Phone: (250) 523-6666
This nine-hole, par 72 course is ideally situated to allow golfers to enjoy Logan Lake’s beautiful scenery. With lush fairways and challenging terrain, Meadow Creek Golf Club is a golfer’s dream. Deer and bears are also fond of the environment, and are occasionally sighted on the course. After your game, relax in the licensed clubhouse and enjoy a bite to eat on the outdoor patio. Open from May to October.
Disc Golf Course
Try your hand at Disc Golf! Disc golf courses are growing in popularity throughout the province. Similar to golf in course layout and scoring, players ‘toss’ special discs at a basket while navigating various challenges. The Pro course length is 5195 feet with a 290 feet tee and the Amateur course length is 1919 feet with a 179 feet tee. This is a free activity, and is located off of Chartrand Avenue in Logan Lake at the Copper Ridge Disc Golf Course.
This scenic trail meanders around the lake, and patient observers might be lucky enough to spot a muskrat emerge from the water, or a bald eagle perched on a ponderosa pine. Along the trail is an artificial trout-spawning channel where blackwater rainbow trout can be seen spawning in May. The nearby Duck Pond has a viewing deck perfect for witnessing this serene natural habitat. There are over 30 lakes in the area teeming with fish. Most of the lakes have camping facilities, and many of the resorts in the area offer boat and cabin rentals. Other activities include hiking, biking, tennis and ATV riding. The Bike Skills Park situated behind the lake near the golf course, was designed by freestyle mountain biker Jay Hoots, and has something to offer for all abilities. In the winter, try cross-country skiing on 36km of groomed trails that are open from November to April. The conditions around Logan Lake produce ideal powder for snowmobiling. For trail conditions and maps, visit the Logan Lake Snowriders Association website. Try ice fishing on the lake, or push a broom at the curling rink.
Nestled among an open stand of spruce, fir and regenerating young forest, Lac Le Jeune Park appeals to campers and anglers seeking an easily-accessible getaway spot. The park offers a diverse assortment of recreational activities including swimming, fishing, boating, hiking, biking, and nature appreciation. The campground serves as a base for recreational use at both Stake and Walloper Lakes. The park sees high use during the summer season. During the winter the area is used for cross-country skiing with no vehicle access.
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