Situated in Burns Lake, this hotel is 0.5 mi (0.9 km) from Burns Lake Visitor Center and Museum and 2 mi (3.2 km) from Lakes District Museum Society. Ethel F. Wilson Memorial Provincial Park is 15.4 mi (24.8 km) away.
Situated in Burns Lake, this motel is 1.5 mi (2.4 km) from Burns Lake Visitor Center and Museum and 2.2 mi (3.5 km) from Lakes District Museum Society. Ethel F. Wilson Memorial Provincial Park is 16.8 mi (27.1 km) away.
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The national capital, Ottawa, is 2,300 miles east of Burns Lake.
If you're ready to explore the area's wild spaces, pay a visit to Ethel F. Wilson Memorial Provincial Park. This stunning natural attraction is just 13 miles from Burns Lake.
You can learn about the culture and character of the surrounding area at Lakes District Museum Society.
To take advantage of everything this area has to offer, head down to Burns Lake Visitor Center and Museum.
Want to go on a day trip? Uncha Mountain Red Hills Provincial Park is 19 miles to the southeast, while Topley is 30 miles to the northwest.
Northern British Columbia offers some cool ways to take in its picturesque landscapes. Adventurous souls might like to try tobogganing and snowmobiling.
Combine education and recreation by getting involved in one of the region's guided tours, such as guided nature walks and wildlife spotting tours.
If the weather is fine when you're here, take advantage of some of the available watersports. Swimming and surfing are two ways the locals make a splash!
When the mercury plummets, grab your woolen hat and try some of the area's winter sports. You're sure to have a ball snowboarding and skiing.
To learn about the culture of Northern British Columbia, go straight to the region's art museums, nature museums and history museums.
Get the blood pumping and refresh your travel-weary body with the help of some enjoyable outdoor attractions. This region is host to a nice array of open-air museums and open-air exhibits.
Combine education and fun when you stop by the region's age-old historic sites. In particular, you should make an effort to get to some of its old towns, fortresses and archeological sites.
Make sure you take your taste buds on a tour of the region's alluring bars and cafés.
A delectable meal is dependent upon the quality of its ingredients. Luckily, the game meat and prawns are amongst the world's best.
Why not sample smoked salmon and pancakes with maple syrup? Both menu options are common fare here.
For a sweet encounter that will leave you wanting more, try butter tarts, a delectable dessert.
Grab a table at the closest watering hole and take a breather with a round of beers. If you ask for the region's best, they'll probably pour you a Molson Dry.
Don't depart without trying Crown Royal Whisky. This spirit is ideal for those that are fond of a hard drink.
If you'd like the perfect wine to complement a meal, why not sample some Niagara Pinot Noir or Okanagan Valley Chardonnay?
Little else is as inspiring as a vacation in a beautiful place, however, the time will eventually come when you have to head home. Rather than feeling sad that your Burns Lake journey is coming to a close, why not start organizing plans for another one?
Smithers Regional Airport is the most convenient airport at about 70 miles to the northwest, so just make sure that you leave yourself enough time.