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Beaver Lake Mountain Resort

Beaver Lake Mountain Resort / Winfield (BC)

Beaver Lake Mountain Resort

Beaver Lake (4600ft) 17km. east of Winfield off Hwy97. Fishing, hiking, playground. Coffee-Corner, Wellness, Tackle-shop, Boat & Mountain bike Rentals, Zoo

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About Beaver Lake Mountain Resort / Winfield

Beaver Lake Mountain Resort & Wellness

For city dwellers and country folk alike, escaping to the Okanagan mountains has become a popular vacation option for those looking to side-step the rat-race and get some rest and relaxation. In addition to the pristine wilderness setting and unparalleled tranquillity, Beaver Lake Mountain Resort is only a short trip down from the mountains to some of the best golf courses and wineries in the area, making for numerous day-trip options.

There are vast trail systems leading to high-elevation viewpoints overlooking Kelowna, Okanagan Lake and Beaver Lake. The variety of flowers and plants that are native to this area is impressive. Nature walks can run anywhere from a full-day event to half-hour jaunts into the forest and along the lake-shore. These trails meander through a countryside that is home to, beavers, squirrels, rabbits, marmots, coyotes and deer. On more rare occasions you might even spot a cougar, black bear, or lynx. Bird species in the region include: swallows, loons, osprey, many species of duck, blue herons, grouse, kill deer, owls, wood peckers, steller jays and hummingbirds.

Nothing comes close to the feeling of hooking a big trout. Whether you are a seasoned angler or a beginner, the fishing you'll experience at Beaver Lake will keep you on your toes. If you intend to hike, bike, canoe, fish, go boating, or enjoy wilderness excursions with camera in-hand, the resort does provide some equipment rentals and guide services (excluding cameras – you'll need to bring your own). The Lodge also sports a traditional Finnish sauna on-site to relax your muscles and take the edge off at the end of the day. Check out the rental section of the website for a current list of prices.

Spacious, individual camping and RV sites are tucked smartly into a natural forest setting. Each site has its own fire-pit and picnic table. The campground is serviced by central flush toilets and hot showers.

Owner Adrian Hasler, sees himself as a steward of the wilderness surrounding the resort and has converted the entire lodge to solar power in the interests of supporting the environment and his personal philosophy to maintain ecologically responsibly practices. “The main reason we've converted to solar panels is to be environmentally responsible and continue to be viable in the coming decades,” Adrian says. “We've installed a bank of 120 watt panels and the entire camp is running on solar power. The lake is a watershed so it is doubly important to use clean technology.”

The Lotus Wellness Retreat

The Wellness Retreat at Beaver Lake Resort is operated by Daniela Hasler, a certified kinesiology practitioner. Daniela studied osteopathy for four years in Europe and completed her holistic health practitioner certification in Canada in 2004.

The Wellness Retreat offers Whole Body Reflexology, Foot Bath with Aromatherapy & Foot Reflexology - an ancient healing art that combines relaxation techniques and the application of pressure to nerve centres on the feet that correspond to every gland and organ of the body; Acupressure Massage: eliminate pain due to stress, accidents and blocked meridians; Relaxation Whole Body Massage; Kinesiology Balancing Treatment to relieve pain, stress, muscular and nervous disorder, and other forms of wellness therapy.

Accommodation

There are 22 cabins of various sizes situated near or directly on the shore of the lake. Choose from new or heritage log cabins; most are equipped with showers (newer cabins are fitted with hot and cold water) as well as flushing toilets: the heritage cabins have cold running water only and out-house toilet facilities. Central washroom facilities with flush-toilets and hot showers are also available in the campground.

Each cabin is equipped with an air-tight wood burning stove for heat, electric lights (via solar power), a propane stove for cooking, and our newer cabins have refrigerators and an A/C outlet. Basic cooking utensils such as: dishes, pots and pans, and cutlery are supplied. You'll need to bring your own bedding, towels, coolers ,and other personal items.

Please note that there are no hook-ups or refuse removal services at our campground.

The Midweek Off-Season Special is available during May, June, September & October and features an anytime from check-in on Sunday to check-out on Friday: stay 4 or 5 nights and get one free night
This special is does not apply on long weekends.

Unlike many nature retreats and lodges, Beaver Lake Mountain Resort remains open during the winter, for ice fishing, cross-country skiing over the Thomson Plateau on an excellent trail system, snowmobiling, snow shoeing, winter nature photography and more.

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65 Sites | Beaver Lake Mountain Resort
15 Amp service
0
Tenting only
65
20 Amp service
0
Electric only
0
30 Amp service
0
Water only
65
50 Amp service
0
Electric and Water
0
110 Amp service
0
Group sites
10
Full Hookup sites
0
Shaded sites
60
Pull-Thru sites
2
Seasonal sites
0
Max RV length
0
Side-out sites
0
 
Total tent/RV sites

65

At Beaver Lake Resort we offer spacious, individual camping or RV sites in a natural forest setting. Each site has its own fire-pit and picnic table. Fresh water can be drawn at two different locations.

Our campground is serviced by central flush toilets and hot showers.

Camping cabins are log cabins featuring beds and tables. They are located near the central flush toilets and hot shower facillities. These little cabins can accomodate up to five people.

Please note that there are no hook-ups or refuse removal services at our campground.

We also offer cabins, suites and rooms.

ATV Policy (Due to increased traffic and accident hazard ) :
ATV riding (Quad, Dirt Bike ect.) is not allowed on the campground and in the cabin area.
ATV's can be secured on a designed parking spot by the Beaver Centre and close to the main entrance.

Amenities | Beaver Lake Mountain Resort
BBQ / Fire pits (on site)
  yes
Beach
  yes
Bike rental
  yes
Boat launch
  yes
Cabin rentals
  yes
Convenience store
  yes
Dogs allowed
  yes
Drinking water
  yes
Firewood
  yes
Flush toilets
  yes
Horseshoe pit
  yes
Hot showers (free)
  yes
Ice
  yes
Kayak/Boat/Canoe rental
  yes
Pets permitted
  yes
Picnic table (on site)
  yes
Playground
  yes
Propane available
  yes
Sauna
  yes
WiFi Internet (free)
  yes
 

The boat park at Beaver Lake has something for everyone. An aluminum fishing boat will help you create a perfect fishing outing and bring you to your favourite spot.

If you plan to explore the little hike-in lakes around Beaver Lake, we suggest the use of a Belly or Pontoon Boat. Quietness will have another meaning.

Loons and ducks are hiding in shallow water... get close with our canoes or kayaks.

Our motorboats are Lund 14ft equipped with a 6 horse power four stroke Yahama outboard and three padded seats. No licence is required to operate them.

Drivers Licence required
Credit card imprint or $250.00 cash deposit.
Boats have to be back by 7:30 pm if not rented for the following day
Maximum of 3 adults and one child per boat (450 lbs).
Boat Rental Special: More than 3 days of boat rental = $10.00 off per day.

show all | show on site only | show nearby onlyActivities | Beaver Lake Mountain Resort
Boating
  yes, on site
Canoeing
  yes, on site
Cross-country skiing
  yes, on site
Cycling
  yes, on site
Fishing
  yes, on site
Hiking
  yes, on site
Hunting
  yes, on site
Kayaking
  yes, on site
Snowmobiling
  yes, on site
Swimming
  yes, on site
Swimming - lake
  yes, on site
Wildlife viewing
  yes, on site
Boating
  yes, on site
Canoeing
  yes, on site
Cross-country skiing
  yes, on site
Cycling
  yes, on site
Fishing
  yes, on site
Hiking
  yes, on site
Hunting
  yes, on site
Kayaking
  yes, on site
Snowmobiling
  yes, on site
Swimming
  yes, on site
Swimming - lake
  yes, on site
Wildlife viewing
  yes, on site
No nearby activities.
 

While your stay at Beaver Lake Resort, you can enjoy some of the country's most lush environment. The variety of flowers and plants is impressive. Nature walks can be a full-day event, and there is no shortage of trails.

The resort also has its local animal inhabitants. You may catch a glimpse of beavers, squirrels, rabbits, marmots, coyotes or deer. On special occasions you even can see a cougar or a black bear.

Keep your eyes to the skies as well, because the swallows, loons, osprey, and ducks are plentiful; and large numbers of other birds such as blue herons, grouse, kill deer, owls, wood peckers, steller jays and hummingbirds make their homes in this area.

You can explore the vast trail system leading to scenic viewpoints which overlook Kelowna, Okanagan Lake and Beaver Lake with lots of opportunities to take pictures and enjoy the beauty and tranquility around you!

Bikes can be rented from the resort if you wish. Check out our rental section for a current list of prices. We have canoe and bike tours available on request. In addition, Beaver Lake Resort is only a short trip away from some of the best golf courses and wineries in the area. Aerial sightseeing with Air-Hart can be arranged.

Location | Beaver Lake Mountain Resort
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Directions

Driving Instructions
from Kelowna: Take Highway 97 to Winfield then turn right onto Beaver Lake Road.
from Vernon: Take Highway 97, pass through Winfield and turn left onto Beaver Lake Road.

Beaver Lake Road is a scenic 10 mile drive off Highway 97. It is an easy drive for campers, trailers and cars. We can arrange to pick up guests who come by bus or airplane to Kelowna. Floatplanes can land directly on Beaver Lake.

The Kelowna airport is only 30 minutes away from Beaver Lake Resort. It is served by three major airlines with multiple daily flights to international airports.

Rates | Beaver Lake Mountain Resort
Rates range / indication

Unserviced Sites:   $CAD 20 - $CAD 30 / night.

Electric + Water Sites:   not aplicable.

Full service Sites:   not aplicable.

Prices based on 2 adults.
Added charge of $10.00 for each extra person.
Extra children 3 to 10 years add $5.00 per night, extra children 2 years and younger = free.
Bring own bedding & towels.
Dogs on leash allowed $7.00 per night.

Contact info | Beaver Lake Mountain Resort

Beaver Lake Mountain Resort

6350 Beaver Lake Road
Winfield, BC V4V 1T5
Canada

Phone:   1-250-762-2225

Operations information

2017 Season: May 10th - Oct 10th
2018 Season: May 10th - Oct 10th

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