Important Information...Please Read Carefully

POWER: There is no 'city' power service in the Purden area. Purden Lake Resort operates serveral large diesel generators in order to provide its own power to service the ski hill, the cafe, the rental cabins and the campground.

No Public TelephoneTELEPHONE: There is no landline telephone service in the Purden area. Purden Lake Resort operates on a limited cellular network. The best, and sometimes only, way to contact us is via email at  Emails are retrieved periodically during the day and evening. We thank you for your patience and understanding. There is no longer a public telephone at the resort.  Please bring your own means of communication. 


  PAYMENT: Purden accepts Visa, MasterCard, Interac and cash.


Picture of one of the five foxes at PurdenWILDLIFE: Purden is located at the base of Purden Mountain surrounded by British Columbia's beautiful forests. Wildlife, such as Moose, Black Bear, Fox and Coyote, is a common sight in and around Purden.

(Picture of a Fox living on
the Purden Ski Hill Road)

Last Modified: May 19, 2013



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