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Outdoor Recreation in Logan Lake

Competitive Sporting Facilities

 The District of Logan Lake maintains several sporting facilities for public use.  There are 2 Ball Diamonds located at the secondary school and a 3rd named "Lakers Field" on Pikes Road.  Logan Lake also has Tennis Courts located next to the Recreation Centre parking lot and 2 Soccer Fields. 

Fishing

Fishing & Ice Fishing

The beautiful Highland Valley is renowned for its excellent fishing. The lakes of the area are teeming with fish and are considered to have some of the best fishing in the province. With over 30 lakes in the immediate area, the wide variety makes it easy to find at least one that suits individual desire. Most of the lakes offer camping facilities and some of the larger lakes have commercial resorts that offer cabins and boat rentals. Some of the most popular lakes in the area are Paska, Tunkwa, Lac Le Jeune, Stake Lake, Leighton, Mamit and of course, Logan Lake.  

Geocaching

Logan Lake is a part of a regional geocaching network that is maintained by Gold Country Communities Society.  The local geocaches will show you the beauty of the area, while showing you the historical roots of settlement in Logan Lake.  Participants will see old mines, original settler homesteads, beautiful lakes and vistas and the existing Highland Valley Copper Mine.  There are caches that can be found by people from every level, so when you come to Logan Lake bring your GPS and hunt down those caches!

To look up the Geo-caches information check out Gold Country's geo-caching website.

Golf

The Meadow Creek Golf Club, situated on the gently rolling hills just east of Logan Lake, is a challenging  9-hole golf course that complements an array of sporting facilities that can be found in the region.  This course is beautifully nestled amid local pine and aspen forest.  This nine hole, par 72, course provides an interesting mix of challenges and enticements.  After your game, relax at the licensed clubhouse and enjoy a snack on the outdoor patio. 

Meadow Creek Golf Club can be contacted at 250-523-6666. http://golfloganlake.ca/

Hunting

Logan Lake offers a great location to base a hunting trip out of. Years of forestry operations and mining exploration have provided access roads to what is otherwise wilderness. This wilderness provides an ideal natural habitat for all kinds of game including mule deer, white tail deer, moose and grouse.  The bush road network provides access to dozens of recreation sites and the shear expanse of the wilderness makes it unlikely to encounter other hunters

Disc Golf

Disc golf is one the fastest growing sports in British Columbia, and Logan Lake has one of the wickedest 18-hole courses anywhere. Disc Golf is a game in which individual players throw a disc into a basket or at a target. The object of the game is to traverse a course from beginning to end in the fewest number of throws of the disc. Copper Ridge is one of the best in BC and has elements of every course out there. You’ll enjoy short technical stuff and long Kamloops-style holes.  For family enjoyment, take advantage of our disc golf course, this activity is suitable for all ages and it is free. Contact the Logan Lake WHY for information and rentals at 250-523-6229.

 

PDF MAP OF COPPER RIDGE DISC GOLF COURSE

Cross Country Skiing

The dry snow and open spaces make Logan Lake a cross-country skier's dream. The Logan Lake Ski Trail system is one of the best in the province with the trails beginning within the community and extending out into the surrounding wilderness.

The trails range in distance of less than a kilometre to six kilometres and when combined, offer over 36 kilometres of marked, groomed trails with two of those lit for night skiing. The degree of difficulty on these trails can accommodate every caliber of skier from beginners to experts with trails groomed for skating and classic.

 PDF OF SKI TRIAL MAP

Ski Trail Conditions:

Please visit www.highlandvalleyoutdoorassociation.com for ski trail updates.

Logan Lake Ranch and Country Club

The Logan Lake Ranch & Country Club Grounds are situated at the corner of Hwy 97C and 97D (just at the edge of town).  The grounds comprise of a number of barns and paddocks at very reasonable rental rates, indoor and outdoor arena, round ring, stands, announcers booth, clubhouse and a concession in use during events.  The club arranges trail rides throughout the year, fun days for the children/youth of the club and barbecues and appreciation days for the members and their families in the warmer months.  They also host the ATV Poker Run. 

For more information please call: 250-523-2399.

Pond Hockey Rink

Play the grassroots Canadian game outside on a frozen lake, the way it was meant to be.  Enjoy the fresh air and the natural setting of the game. 

Every year, teams converge to compete in the Western Cup of Pond Hockey

Snowmobiling

Snowmobiling is another popular activity that attracts enthusiasts from all over the region. The crown land surrounding the community is open to all snowmobilers and offers hundreds of square kilometres for exploration. The main unloading and loading zone is situated just before the Tunkwa Lake road.