Is Tunkwa Lake Resort open during the Fall and Winter?

 Yes! We are a four-season resort offering many different activities! 

In the fall, we offer many different activities for the outdoors lover soul. Come take a hike on one of the beautiful nature trails where you’ll be sure to see many different critters and natural habitats re-growing! Our area is known for many different animals, including but not limited to Mule and White-tailed deer, Moose, the yellow-bellied marmot, muskrats, weasels, and plenty of bird varieties. Enjoy the serene atmosphere by a fire in one of our many pits lakeside. You won’t want to miss the calm, quiet nights of stargazing in a clear sky!

We offer a small playground for children and the perfect, flat, and quiet area around the resort for them to bike around.

There is easy access to endless amounts of Crown land for the hunting season. Mule deer, Whitetail, and moose are the primary game sought. Waterfowl, grouse, and predator hunting are other options. We also offer a special building designed for hanging game and game butchers are available in the area.

Though our most popular winter activity is ice fishing, we have a few more fun things to do around the resort! We offer a skating rink with hockey nets and overhead lighting for nighttime entertainment! Please remember to bring your skates and hockey sticks! We have a large, covered gazebo with a premium barbeque (Propane included) and a large picnic bench to enjoy with your family and friends! Don’t forget about roasting some smokies and marshmallows around one of our many firepits, a winter favorite, no doubt! Furthermore, we have forests all around us to enjoy snowshoeing and winter hiking! As for ice fishing, opportunities at fishing both Tunkwa and neighboring Leighton Lake are available. As well as a short drive to Logan Lake!

Safe ice is from December to late March in most winters.




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