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Crown Royal Island Lakefront Lot - Lac La Hache, BC
Crown Royal Island Lakefront Lot - Lac La Hache, BC
Water access lakefront lot on one of the Cariboo’s finest lakes - southern exposure. Lot is fully treed. An ideal place for your affordable recreational retreat. Various options to launch boat/paddle boards for access, one as close as 720 feet.
  • Size: 0.73 acres ~ 100± ft lakefront
  • Area: CARIBOO
  • Price: $89,000
  • Listing Agent: Matt Cameron - matt@landquest.com
  • Phone Number: 250-200-1199
Description :

Lakefront lot for sale on Crown Royal Island on Lac La Hache - the Cariboo’s top boating lake. Each lot on the island enjoys privacy provided by mature trees. At present some of the lots have been developed into recreational getaways, some with docks and cabins while others have been left as bare land. This property (Lot 7) is one of the largest and southernmost lot on the island.

This is a great and rare opportunity for a waterfront property under $100k! Lot 7 is one of, if not the largest, the lots on the island with 0.73 acres. Dimensions are approx. 100 ft wide and 325 ft deep. The land is fully treed and an ideal place to tuck a simple cabin in the woods. The lakeshore is relatively shallow and ideal for kids and swimming with shallow bench in front of lot.

Several options are available to launch the boat for the short crossing - nearest launch is only 720 feet away. Parking possible on nearby Crown land.

There are no services on the island, it is very quiet and a great place for an off-grid retreat. A simple septic set up is possible - either a traditional septic system or a more basic compost system. Potential to pump water from the lake. Power via solar, wind or generator.

Location : Lac La Hache is located at approx the halfway point between Vancouver and Prince George - 5.5 hours north of Vancouver and 15 mins north of 100 Mile House. Crown Royal Island is located in the middle of the lake with convenient access to launch a boat for access.
Access : Contact REALTOR® for more details on how to access and view the property.
Services : No services.
Recreation :

Boaters, water skiers and the like come here during the summer to vacation and enjoy this picturesque lake that stretches over 20 km (12 mi).

Golfers can head south to 108 Mile Ranch for a game of golf. Rolling hills create a stunning backdrop for the championship 108 Golf Resort. The 18-hole, par 71 course overlooks two lakes on 108 Mile Ranch. Golf Vacations in British Columbia.

Downhill skiers and snowboarders are catered for as well only 24 kilometres east of Lac La Hache. The Mt. Timothy Ski Area operates a family ski hill featuring a snowboard park and a scenic chairlift ride up the 1,635 m hill.

Cross-Country Skiing
100 Mile House hosts the annual Cariboo Cross-Country Marathon that draws an international field of between 700 and 1,000 Nordic ski enthusiasts.

Lac La Hache is known for its Kokanee fishing, although rainbow and lake trout are often sought after. There are reports of lake trout up to 30 pounds with the rainbow and Kokanee averaging from a pound to a pound and a half. Ice fishing is a favourite winter pastime on this lake.

Head out onto the lake and access hundreds of kilometres of trails. The 100 Mile Snowmobile Club has developed a scenic touring trail network that stretches from 70 Mile House north to Spout Lake. Another network from 70 Mile House, south of Green Lake, connects with trails in Kamloops.

Area Data :

100 Mile House (population: 1,885)
100 Mile House is a major service and commercial area for outlying communities and industries within the Cariboo. Many towns along the Cariboo Highway are helpfully referred to by the distance north along the Gold Rush Trail from Lillooet (Mile 0).c Thus 100 Mile House marks the 100-mile distance between Lillooet and this town.

Lac La Hache
The small, friendly community of Lac La Hache describes itself as the “Longest Town in the Cariboo.” Highway 97 skirts the entire 19 km shoreline of this beautiful lake in its rolling Fraser Plateau setting.

History : One tiny mistake and you're branded for life! That may well have been the complaint of the luckless French Canadian fur trader who lost his axe here while ice fishing. No doubt, to the delight of his trading buddies, the name Lac La Hache (translated as Lake of the Axe) stuck, and will remain so for eternity. That's one version of the origin of the town name. Another source credits a hapless Hudson's Bay Company mule that fell through the lake ice, taking its load of hatches with it.
Legal : PL 17645 LT 7 DL 2155 LD 27
PID 004-575-393
Taxes : $236.60 (2018)
Boundaries : Please see mapping section - all boundaries are approximate.
Map Reference : 51°49'30.41"N and 121°34'2.33"W
Listing # : 19059