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Bookworm B&B

19 Breccia Drive
Logan Lake, B.C.
V0K 1W0

PH: 250-523-6505


Your story begins here… with the great outdoors and the beauty of Logan Lake and surrounding area.Outdoor enthusiasts will find an abundance of activities to see and do. Plus many scenic routes to enjoy in the heart of the Highland Valley. Your host, Connie Scott, will be happy to work with you to personalize your stay to suit your holiday or working needs.
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Lac Le Jeune Wilderness Resort

5485 Lac Le Jeune Rd.
Logan Lake, B.C.

PH: (250) 374-2779

Offering a year-round wilderness resort experience combined with modern amenities has made the Lac Le Jeune Wilderness Resort popular for many years. Right next to Lac Le Jeune Provincial Park and the Stake Lake trail system, the resort offers 15 comfortable cabins with full kitchens and washrooms situated in a wilderness setting with access to modern amenities like an indoor pool, hot tub, games room, and a big screen TV. They also cater to larger crowds with a full service wedding venue and conference centre.

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Logan Lake Lodge

111 Chartrand
Logan Lake, B.C.
V0K 1W0

PH: (250) 523-9466

Full service facility with a family restaurant and pub. We offer a friendly atmosphere, rest, relaxation

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Logan Lake Log Cabin B&B

255 Calcite Dr
Logan Lake, B.C.
V0K 1W0

PH: (778) 586-3474

“The Logan Lake log Cabin B&B is located in beautiful Logan Lake, BC Canada. We are close to fishing, camping, skiing, ATVing, golfing and mountain biking and the lovely town of Logan Lake. We are a quiet mid range accommodation with a continental breakfast.”
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Logan Lake Municipal Campground and Visitor Centre

480 Campground Rd.
Logan Lake, B.C.
V0K 1W0

PH: (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.

    Contact information: tourism@loganlake.ca

    Website: http://www.loganlake.ca

  • Campground staff are on site daily from 9:00 am – 8:00 pm.
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Mile High Resort

4700 Mie High Lane
Logan Lake, B.C.

PH: (250) 523-6479

Located at Face Lake, Mile High Resort is a popular year-round destination for those on a quest for the biggest fish, the most fun, or the most relaxing vacation. Tour the local trails on foot or by mountain bike or take to the water and drop your line or go for a paddle. All fun starts right outside the door of one of the eight deluxe and six heritage cabins. Lakeview or meadow-view camping is also available at several campsites at the resort. Kids will enjoy meeting Bella, the miniature donkey or Little Miss, the miniature goat, and plenty of bunnies. A small general store stocks souvenirs, candy, basic groceries, and ice.

Boat, kayak, paddle board, and quad rentals.

Limited Wi-fi

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Tunkwa Lake Resort

4405 Tunkwa Lake Rd
Logan Lake, B.C.

PH: 1(877) 623-9697

Visitors to popular Tunkwa Lake Resort can choose from a variety of comfort levels for their stay. Luxury log cabins, rustic cabins, and campsite area offer plenty of options to suit anyone looking for a lake vacation. Boat rentals are available and hiking and biking trails are right outside the door. A playground for the kids makes it fun for the family and the friendly service and inside information on the best strategies for fishing in the the lake keep regulars coming back year after year. The store stocks tackle, locally tied custom flies, and bait for the fishing crowd and a few groceries plus ice, snacks, souvenirs to make the visit even better.

Sani Dump with chemical restrictions

No cell service or Wi-Fi


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Wildlings Resort

8050 Surrey-Sussex Lake Road
Logan Lake, B.C.

PH: (604) 836-5524

A rustic, family friendly retreat, Wildlings Resort is the former Surrey Lake fishing resort. Recently taken over by new owners, Brett and Stephanie Russell, the resort offers a unique outdoor experience for the entire family. The Russell’s named the resort Wildlings to remind people to connect with their wild sides and enjoy nature. The lake is stocked with rainbow trout for fishing enthusiasts, and hiking, paddling, fishing, and horseback riding thanks to the resort’s partnership with nearby Inspire Horseback Riding are also popular with guests.

Renovations to the very rustic cabins are ongoing. Tent camping is also available and there are several pit toilets as well as well as two hot showers and two washrooms with running water.

Limited boat rental are available.

Day users need to registered.

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