This outstanding Lodge sits on BC’s beautiful Bowron Lake, offering year after year, of beautiful scenic trails and lakes, a flourishing property, and high tourism traffic. This stunning acreage is an asset sale and embraces BCs wilderness and outdoor activities. The property is situated 25kms from 1860’s Gold Rush town of Barkersville, which maintains over 100 styles of heritage buildings for people to enjoy, and to the town of Wells, BC. Becker’s Lodge Bowron Lake Resort is an amazing opportunity to own a piece of adventure and take advantage of the property in location, amenities, and services. The lodge is a retreat for families, company trips, weddings, and day trips, just hiking through. People stay in the lodge and cabins, as well as enjoy camping amenities for tents, vehicles, and RVs; 25 spaces for RVs and vehicle camping. There’s an abundance of canoeing and paddle boating through the Provincial Park’s chain of beautiful lakes, and some great fishing and swimming locations. The lodge stands next to crystal clear waters, stunning mountains of BC, and vibrant lush forests, with plenty of beautiful birds and stunning wildlife that enjoy the area. The current benefits from this asset sale are steadily growing year-round with opportunities to increase and grow with future developments.
Staff House Building 40 x 30 , full concrete basement with laundry set up, 5 bedrooms, 1 kitchen
10 framed cabins / 10 x 16 with bunk beds,
One shelter for group cooking and entertainment
Store Building 28 x 28
Sauna House 12 x 24
Public Washhouse and Restrooms 16 x 30, laundry, toilets and showers,
All accommodations combined to sleep up to 49 people.
Five log cabins 13 x 21 each sleeps, two people
Nelson Cabin 24 x 18, with loft, up to 4 people
Wendle House 24 x 24
2 floors, 6 queen beds,
One room, 6 beds
Isaac Bungalow Panabode
2 Rooms, 2 queen beds
2 storey, 5 beds
Generator House 12 x 16
Wood Shop 31 x 31
Wood Storage Building 12 x 16
Canoe Storage Building 60 x 20
Warehouse 65 x 32
Fire Wood Shelter 18 x 13
Paddle Shack 18 x 27
Pump House 12 x 27
Power 20 Kw Kubota Diesel Generator, 40 kw Kubota Diesel Generator
Bowron Lake is located 800 km north of Vancouver, BC.
From Vancouver, drive Highway 1 to Hope and up the Fraser Canyon to Cache Creek. Take Highway 97 to Quesnel. Just north of Quesnel turn right onto Highway 26 to the Town of Wells and continue another 5 Km to Barkerville.
Just before Barkerville turn left at the junction with the big sign to Bowron Lake area and Becker’s Lodge. Follow the gravel road for approximate 25 km. The road is easy to drive and year round serviced.
District of Wells
Wells may be small, but it is brimming with activity. Wells is a mining town and a centre for artists and outdoors enthusiasts. It is a surprisingly diverse town nestled in the mountains of the Cariboo.
Whether you love visual, written, musical or theatre arts, you can find it in Wells. Over the years, Wells has attracted artists of all types and has encouraged the creativity of its youth. The result is that art is now an essential part of our identity.
The area around Wells actually had two gold rushes. The first created Barkerville while the second, in the 1930’s created Wells. The town was originally a company townsite for the Cariboo Gold Quartz Mine and reached it’s largest population size of over 4000 in the 1940s. The town takes pride in its history and many of the unique heritage buildings have been preserved and restored.
Wells is the perfect place to begin your Cariboo adventure. At 1200 meters, you’ll find our clean, crisp mountain air invigorating. Wells is also the closest town to Barkerville and the Bowron Chain of Lakes, take a moment or a couple of days on your way through to see what other adventures await!
More Info at wells.ca
THE BOWRON LAKES
The Bowron Lakes are considered the quintessential lake canoeing experience in Canada. The 116 km route, through the ruggedly scenic Cariboo Mountains, is comprised of 6 major lakes and a series of connecting streams, rivers and portages.The portages of the Bowron Lakes are made easier through the use of specially designed carts which allow canoes and equipment to be wheeled between lakes. We complement our canoeing with some short hikes to view the Isaac River cascades and the impressive Cariboo Falls.
Besides its natural beauty, the Bowron Lakes is a wildlife sanctuary. Paddlers may see beavers, bears, otters, and moose feeding by the waterways.The Bowron River estuary is a birdwatcher’s paradise with an immense variety of bird life, including coots, mergansers, widgeon, mallards and Canadian geese. Campsites along the Bowron Lakes, set aside for our sole use, ensure the solitude so necessary for a meaningful wilderness experience.
More info at https://seatoskyexpeditions.com/canoeing/canoeing-the-bowron-lakes/?_vsrefdom=adwords&gclid=Cj0KCQjw5LbWBRDCARIsALAbcOdC37NmtEGUD6vtTqOSY9n4rYcbkjOqry_Pjp03BIYkJ1K5LNlmOrwaAhqMEALw_wcB