Hiking – Biking – ATV’s

Starting right from the doorstep of your Tunkwa cabin are some fantastic hiking trails catering to all levels. We are in close proximity to ATV/Dirt Bike trail heads, however we do not allow Dirt Bikes or ATV’s to be ridden off … Continue reading

Hunting @ Tunkwa

The Logan Lake area is a fantastic hunting destination. It offers close access from Vancouver and other larger cities, little human population in the area and an abundant supply of wildlife such as Mule Deer, White Tail Deer, Moose, Cougar, … Continue reading

Ice Fishing @ Tunkwa

Changes in the fishing regulations, going into effect April1/09, will have both Tunkwa Lake and neighboring Leighton Lake, open for fishing year round. Tunkwa regulations enable all legal forms of fishing including fly fishing, bait fishing, artificial lures and now ice … Continue reading

Fishing @ Tunkwa

It is important that you make sure you have a current BC Fishing Licence before you get here! See the link below to get your licence online, as we no longer sell them in our store. Changes in the fishing … Continue reading

Cross Country Skiing

Logan Lake The Logan Lake Ski Trail System begins in the community – at the end of Chartrand Ave – and extends out into the surrounding wilderness. Trails are groomed for both classic and skating techniques. The ski season usually … Continue reading


For Snowmobile and ATV rentals we recommend our clients use the services of these businesses. Please keep in mind that you should make all arrangements for Snowmobile and ATV Rentals BEFORE Your Arrival, as Tunkwa Lake Resort does not have … Continue reading

Winter Fun at Tunkwa

Winter time at Tunkwa is fantastic. Our rustic cabins are kept toasty warm from the heat of the wood stoves, and our shower houses are fully heated and open. Our luxury log cabins have the convenience and ambiance provided by gas fireplaces. Ice … Continue reading


With more than 110 species registered in the area, Tunkwa Lake is one of the birding hotspots of British Columbia. Loons, red-necked grebes, mountain bluebirds, killdeers, pileated woodpeckers nest within the facilities of Tunkwa Lake Resort. A simple walk around … Continue reading