Purden Lake Resort

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When it's time for a break from the ordinary


ABOUT PURDEN LAKE RESORT
Purden Lake is a beautiful mountain lake. It is nestled directly below Purden Ski Village. In the past it was called Bear Lake because of its still abundant wildlife.
Purden Lake Resort offers
meals, cabins, camping, fuel, boat rentals, swimming, fishing and many other summer activities. Stay a day or awhile, but stay long enough to witness those amazing Purden Lake Sunsets. It is a wonderful place to get away from the ordinary.

RV CAMPING
We have a spot that is perfect for your weekend get-away or summer vacation. Choose from a stunning lakefront site, or a quieter non-lakefront site. Most sites have power, water and sewer for your camping comfort .
CABINS
Our cabins are modern, fully self-contained with all the amenities to make your stay comfortable and memorabe.


Lake Facts

Lake Elevation
2549 ft
449 m
Length of Length
5 miles
8 km
Maximum width
1 mile
1.6 km
Maximum depth
172 ft
52 m




Getting to Purden Lake Resort

* From Prince George, B.C., travel approximately 60 km east
on Hwy 16. The resort is visible from the highway.
* From McBride, travel approximately 145 km west on Hwy 16.



Our Season
Enjoy our RV Park
May 15th – September 30th.

(Seasonal guests have access all year. No amentities available off-season.)




We’ve driven across Canada and stopped in many places and these are the nicest bathrooms we’ve seen!" (Guest comment after driving across Canada July 2010)

"I’ve been in the food service and restaurant industry all my life and this was the best fish and chips I’ve ever had" (Guest July 2011)

“Wow this is nice … no it’s not, it’s beautiful…no, better than that!”
(A guest speaking of the building and décor when entering the Restaurant building. August 2013)

“We’ve been travelling for weeks and that was, by far, the best breakfast we’ve had!" (August 12, 2013)

“We’ve come all the way from Pennsylvania and this is the nicest restaurant we’ve been in." (July 29, 2016)

“The only thing that got me through my hike today was thinking of your pies” (July 30, 2016)