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Private Island - Noodat Island - Stuart Lake
Private Island - Noodat Island - Stuart Lake
Own a private 7-acre Island at an affordable price. Located a short boat ride away from the landing at Hibiscus Road. No zoning to restrict your ideas and building permits are not required. Owner eager to sell.
  • Size: 7 acres
  • Area: OMINECA
  • Price: $75,000
  • Listing Agent: John Armstrong - john@landquest.com
  • Phone Number: 250-307-2100
Description :

That’s Right ... You Can Own Your Own Island!!


Imagine - the beautiful waters of Stuart Lake stretching out 360 degrees around you. This 7-acre island is very well treed and has several nice building sites for your cabin. Stuart Lake is a large lake which is very popular for fishing, boating and water sports of all kinds. This property has the potential to be your dream paradise where your only neighbours are the trophy fish know to cruise the waters.


Much of the shoreline is shallow and walkable, and some is deeper for boat moorage.


Located close to and almost connected to Chunsi Island. Chunsi Island has been owned for many years with a cabin to enjoy the best of what nature can provide.

Location : Stuart Lake - Fort St James BC
Access :

The lake can be accessed via paved roads and gravel logging roads. Most access Stuart Lake from the community of Fort St. James via paved roads. The village of Fort St James has parks with boat launches accessing Stuart Lake connecting to the other lakes. Some of the more popular parks with boat launches in the community include the Cottonwood, Paarens and Sowschea Parks.


With a good off-road map book the lake is easily accessed at various points along the chain of lakes via active and deactivated gravel logging roads. Should be attempted by a 4x4 vehicle only.

Recreation :

Stuart Lake offers a broad diversity for outdoor enthusiasts. From boating, canoeing, swimming and sunbathing on sandy beaches, fishing, water skiing, and camping in the summer, to snowmobiling, ice fishing, ice sailing and dog sledding in winter - all at your ‘back doorstep’. Ideal areas abound to view ancient aboriginal pictographs and wildlife in the area include - grizzly bear, wolf, mule and white-tail deer, lynx, fox, beaver, marten, otter, and wolverine.


Two rustic provincial park campgrounds, Paarens Beach and Sowchea Bay are located on the southern shore of the lake and are complete with boat launches. Throughout the chain of lakes are many coves, points and islands to moor a boat.


Sports fishing is huge here with the Lake containing rainbow trout, char or lake trout, and burbot.

Area Data :

Stuart Lake, or Nak'albun in the Carrier (Dakelh) language, is one of the largest natural lakes situated in the Northern Interior of British Columbia. Stuart Lake is 66 km long, 10 km wide and relatively shallow, with an average depth of 26 metres. The lake is usually ice-covered from mid-December to mid-April.


The lake chains northeast of Fort St. James provide a network of well over 630 kilometers of shoreline. The route to the lakes is rustic and rugged with few amenities along the waterway. Several motels, lodges and private campgrounds are in the area. Moorage is available at several marinas.


The town of Fort St. James, population 4,500, is situated by the lake near the Stuart River outlet. Amenities include a hospital, ambulance, police, fire department services. A public library, amateur and movie theatre are also available. Industry includes an established forestry industry, a mining sector and growing tourism base.

History : Stuart Lake is important to British Columbia history, being the location of one of the oldest non-native settlements in the province, Fort St. James. The first non-native to visit the lake was James McDougall in 1806. McDougall's explorations were undertaken as an assistant to Simon Fraser. Fraser and other members of his expedition soon established a North West Company trading post, leaving behind for the winter, a garrison led by clerk John Stuart, in whose honor the English name of the lake was given.
Zoning : No zoning and building permits not required.
Legal : DISTRICT LOT 7119 RANGE 5 COAST DISTRICT
PID 015-296-342
Taxes : $378 (2018)
Map Reference : 54°37'8.68"N and 124°43'40.32"W
Listing # : 18304