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Affordable Lakefront Lot - Hawkins Lake
Affordable Lakefront Lot - Hawkins Lake
Cleared, level lakefront lot on peaceful Hawkins Lake. Perfect place to build a cabin or park your RV. Just 15 minutes in any direction to a multitude of lakes, trails & activities. Great retreat for family holidays, fishing/hunting trips or some much needed rest & relaxation!
  • Size: 0.7 of an acre
  • Area: CARIBOO
  • Price: $150,000
  • Listing Agent: Fawn Gunderson - fawn@landquest.com
  • Phone Number: 250-982-2314
Description :

A beautiful, south facing, 0.70 acre lot on beautiful and peaceful Hawkins Lake. The lot is mostly cleared and gently sloping to your own private, sandy beach. This is a prime location to build your dream retirement home, recreational cabin escape or just park you RV for a peaceful summer getaway. An ideal recreational property close to numerous lakes and all amenities in 100 Mile House. Beautiful lakefront views surrounded by sledding, backcountry skiing, prime hunting and endless FSR Roads to explore.

Get away from the hustle and bustle of the city and enjoy a peaceful holiday surrounded by wildlife on this affordable lakefront lot.

Location : 2745 Eagle Creek Road - Hawkins Lake
Access :

On leaving 100 Mile House (heading north) turn east onto Canim Lake - Hendrix Road roughly 30 km and on reaching Forest Grove, turn right and continue for another 23 km. You will see Canim Lake and pass several resort type locations (Reynolds Resort, Rainbow Resort, etc). On your left look for the Hawkins Lake Eagle Creek Road sign.

From Vancouver
Travel through the Fraser Canyon on Highway 1 to Hope and Cache Creek, and then on Highway 97 to Clinton and 100 Mile House. Travel approximately 3 km north of 100 Mile House and turn right onto Canim Lake Rd and then follow the directions above.

From Alberta
Take Yellowhead Highway 5 through Valemount and Clearwater, turn on Highway 24 at Little Fort go through 100 Mile House and follow the signs to Canim Lake as above.

Alternately, fly from Vancouver International Airport to Williams Lake and rent a car, the flight is about 1 hour and the drive is about 2 hours.

Services :
  • Electricity at the neighboring lot line
  • Septic - engineered system
Recreation : Hawkins Lake is in a beautiful area fantastic for hiking, canoeing, swimming or fishing. Winter brings fabulous cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, snowmobiling, skating or dog sledding. If a peaceful, quit environment is what you are looking for, then Hawkins Lake is perfect for you. Power boating is not permitted on Hawkins Lake, however, you can enjoy this just 10 minutes away on Canim Lake.
Area Data :

Hawkins Lake is approximately 2.5 miles long and half to three quarters a mile wide. It is situated between Ruth Lake and Canim Lake.

Canim Lake
This 37 km long lake is one of the most popular lakes found in the Cariboo Chilcotin region. It is set on an area of picturesque contours, rolling green hills, expansive meadows and numerous water sport activities. The lake reaches a comfortable temperature of 21ºC. During the summer months, it is advisable to take in some of the sights found in the area, such as volcanic cones near Spanish Creek.

Canim Falls
Located at the east end of Canim Lake in Wells Gray Provincial Park, Canim Falls can be reached by following the trail that starts from the logging road that parallels the south side of Canim Lake. Deception Falls and Mahood Falls are other magnificent waterfalls to see in the area.

Canim Lake is serious angling country in summer, offering some of the finest freshwater fly-fishing in British Columbia. Canim Lake is the angling centre of a region famed for the size of its char, or laker as the fish are referred to locally. Anglers look for Kokanee, rainbow, lake trout up to 25 lbs., or ling cod. Ice fishing season on Canim Lake runs from mid-December to mid-March, offering rainbow trout, lake trout, Kokanee and burbot (freshwater ling cod).

Cariboo Region
The fall is a myriad of colours as the Cariboo goes through the time of year better known as Indian summer. The crisp mornings are invigorating and as a result some of the best fishing can be done at this time of year. The transformation of colours is not only evident in the leaves turning colours, but also in the phenomenal sunsets seen in the early evening.

The winter months also provide the outdoor enthusiast with many activities such as dog sledding adventure, snowmobiling, cross-country skiing, skating, snowmobiling, ice fishing and sleigh rides.

Although this area offers rural solitude, it also provides for all of the urban necessities one hour away in 100 Mile House.

History :

The Canim Lake area is the traditional territory of the Secwepemc (Shuswap) First Nations Band. The Native people of Canim Lake and their ancestors are a part of what is known as the Lake Division of the Shuswap Tribe within the Interior Salish Nations in BC. Canim Lake region is made up of six parcels of designated reserve land totaling 2,029 hectares that were originally set aside for the band by the Reilly Commission in 1887.

Archaeological evidence of ancient habitation in the Soda Creek region of the Cariboo during the summer of 1995 was carbon dated at approximately 4,300 years old. The name Canim appropriately means canoe in the Chinook language.

Zoning : R1
PID 004-084-713
Taxes : $565.08 (2018)
Map Reference : 51°50'57.12"N and 120°55'45.98"W
Listing # : 19016