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Moose Horn Lodge on Uncha Lake - Burns Lake Rural
Moose Horn Lodge on Uncha Lake - Burns Lake Rural
Moose Horn Lodge located on Uncha Lake is now for sale. Fish trophy trout and large Char. 12 cabins along the lakeshore. 20 RV campground pads. A lodge with restaurant, convenience store and log home. Many outbuildings, equipment included.
  • Size: 48 acres ~1,150 ft2 log home
  • Area: OMINECA
  • Price: $1,040,000
  • Listing Agent: John Armstrong - john@landquest.com
  • Phone Number: 250-307-2100
Description :

Log Home
Owners residence is one and a half storey log home with open concept in kitchen and dining. 1,150 ft2 home with metal roof, pine plank flooring, four-piece bath.


The Lodge
1,265 ft2 log framed lodge with asphalt shingle roof. Propane heater, fireplace and wood stove heat. New carpet flooring in some areas. Kitchen has new oak cabinets. Large grill, built-in dishwasher, stove, two fridges and two deep freezers. Large exterior deck with wheelchair ramp built in 2017. The lodge includes a restaurant, convenient store and eating area. Can hosts events like fishing derbies, weddings, anniversaries and family reunions.


Cabins #1-6
These are the old rustic original cabins. They are very nice, small cabins. 12 ft x 16 ft.


Cabins#7-8
Cabins 7 & 8 are newer cabins and are roughly 20 ft2 finished. They each have one big room and pellet stoves, no bathroom.


Cabin #9
This cabin has a front covered veranda. One bedroom with bathroom, stand up shower plus a loft where water tank sits. 16 x 21 ft.


Cabin #10
This cabin has two bedrooms with stand-up shower plus a loft where water tank sits. 21 x 24 ft.


Cabin #11
This cabin has a front covered veranda. One open bedroom with bathroom stand up shower plus loft where water tank sits.


Cabin #12
This is the newest cabin and comes with solar panels. 16 x 22 ft. Includes a 24 x 26 ft deck.


All are furnished and come with basic appliances. Some have pellet stoves and some electric heat. There is a communal storage shed. Washer/dryer in laundry house. Picnic tables. Fire pits. Fish cleaning station.


Included in the sale are 2 golf carts, 2 tractor mowers, 14 aluminum boats with motors and canoes.

Location : Contact REALTOR®
Access :

By Appointment Only!


From Burns Lake follow Highway 35 south to the Francois Lake Ferry and cross the lake. Turn left immediately after leaving the ferry onto Uncha Lake Road. The Lodge is located on the north shore of the lake. Uncha is located approximately 40 km (25 mi) south of the town of Burns Lake.

 

There is good signage guiding travellers to Moosehorn Lodge, located just off the Uncha Lake Road. The lodge offers 12 log cabin rentals, space for 20 full-hookup RVs, numerous camping pads and boat rentals.

Improvements :
  • New log Outhouse
  • New pellet stove in Cabin 7 (2018)
  • Repaired boat launch
  • Fresh gravelled roads
  • New dock
  • New sewer lines installed and upgraded
  • New carved deck on the lodge
  • New decks on some cabins
  • Planted trees and flower beds in 2017
Services :
  • Well water
  • Electricity
  • Sewer
  • Septic
Recreation : Year-round you can expect great fishing and hunting in the region. In the winter, cross-country skiing trails and snowmobile wilderness trails are made. Great fishing for trophy trout and if you are fishing for char on Uncha Lake, make sure your lure goes deep as they retreat to colder water in the heat of the summer months. The most popular lures are the Flatfish, T50 and T60 in a silver or coho blue colour. Some anglers have even reported char greater than 30 pounds on this lake.
Area Data :

Burns Lake is located in the midst of a large networks of lakes called the Lakes District, with fishing and hunting, and water activities in the summer months. The town serves as a hub for the local logging, saw-milling, mining and tourist industries.


François Lake is 110 km long, making it the second longest natural lake entirely within British Columbia after Babine Lake. Nadina River is the inflow of the lake at the west and Stellako is the outflow of the lake. The lake is popularly fished for its Rainbow trout and Char.

 

History : Burns Lake’s first inhabitants were the Carrier First Nations communities that spanned much of the Lakes District and beyond. Burns Lake itself began as a small rest stop for travelers on their way to the Yukon Gold Rush. Many of these travelers spotted opportunity in the rich forestry, fur, and mining opportunities in Burns Lake and the surrounding area.
Zoning : Within ALR restrictions. No zoning.
Legal : LOT 2 PL PRP 7856 DL888 LD COAST RANGE 4 (13) RANGE 4
PID 008-644-381
Taxes : $4,800 (2017)
Map Reference : 53°55'23.30"N and 125°38'55.95"W
Listing # : 19053