Located between Merritt and Kamloops, Logan Lake (population: 2,300) has matured from an exclusively mining-based town to a multi-activity outdoor adventure locale.
The town is located on a high plateau among rolling hills, grasslands, and lakes. Ideal terrain for ATV riding, boating, fishing, and golfing in summer, and cross-country skiing in winter.
Logan Lake was first established in the early 1970s as a housing site for workers at the Highland Valley Copper Mine, a 15km/9mi drive west of the town. Today, Logan Lake exudes small-town character and charm. Locals are extremely friendly and always willing to share top secret fishing hotspots and other tips.
Cast a line in Tunkwa Lake, Leighton Lake, or Face Lake; stick close to home for a round of golf at Meadow Creek Golf Club, or venture out Sagebrush Golf and Sporting Club, or Merritt Golf and Sporting Club; spend a day ATV riding Tunkwa Lake Provincial Park; cross-country the Logan Lake Ski Trail System; or ice-skate on Logan Lake.