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Fishing, Hiking, Paddling, Cabins & Cottages, Resorts & Wilderness Lodges
Chose NECHAKO LODGE & AVIATION for your outdoor adventure and enjoy flight-seeing, fishing, canoeing, or hiking in spectacular scenery. Stay in spacious guest rooms, private log cabins, or at the lakeshore campground and experience exceptional food and hospitality in the backcountry of Central British Columbia. The lodge is located SW of Vanderhoof on the secluded shore of Knewstubb Lake and is the eastern gateway to the vast, untouched wilderness of Tweedsmuir Provincial Park.
Fishing, Cabins & Cottages, Campgrounds & RV Parks
Finger Lake Wilderness Resort is a remote off the grid campground 1 hour from the nearest town. If you are looking for a remote place in the wilderness for your vacation then look no further! We are a pet friendly off leash resort, We insist that your pets have just as much fun as you! We offer 5 Cabin rentals, 10 RV sites, boat & motor, canoes, paddle boards, fishing rods and tackle are also available for rent. We have an on site convenience store and fuel sales as well. We offer free showers for all guests and Wifi by the office/store area. Guaranteed no cell service at the resort makes you disconnect from everything and enjoy what’s around you. There are 4 different waterfalls and the 2nd biggest earth dam in the world(Kenney Dam) and hundreds of lakes near the resort making Finger Lake the perfect base camp for all your adventure needs!
Museums & Heritage Sites, Visitor Centres, Accessibility
The Vanderhoof Museum is a collection of six historic buildings from Vanderhoof and surrounding area. We are open to the public to learn about Vanderhoof’s history! Stop by the historic (and still operating) OK Cafe for delicious homemade pie and lunch. The Visitor Centre is located in the Board of Trade Building, which was historically used as a community gathering space. Grab some WIFI, brochures, and check out the local art for sale. A large RV parking lot and 1.5km interpretive walking trail are located on site.