HiHium Lake Fishing Resort


HiHium’s famous rustic lakeside cabins are a legacy of the Ladoski family, having been hand made by the owner and the family. Every cabin is unique in its construction, and fittingly, every cabin is named after a different tree species. These cabins come equipped with beds, fridges, stoves, and a cozy fire place. All cabins have access to freshly pumped spring water from British Columbia’s pristine glacial mountains. Whether it be for taking a nice break from fishing rainbow trout, enjoying a good read, or taking refuge from a storm, you can’t beat our lodging. Make inquiries sooner than later as the most popular cabins get booked fast!

*There is no electricity at the lake! This is REAL RUSTIC WILDERNESS fishing! Each cabin is fitted with 1 propane lamp in the central room. Bring additional lighting, warm clothes, bedding, and food as required* 

We have new cabin openings this 2024 season! Contact us to book a reservation! *Minimum 3 night stay*

Small CabinsMedium CabinsLarge Cabins
9 total cabins2 total cabins3 total cabins
2 double beds – bring your own bedding2 bedrooms – bring your own bedding3 bedrooms – bring your own bedding
2 adults standard occupancy4 adults standard occupancy4 adults standard occupancy
4 adults maximum occupancy (additional rates apply)4 adults maximum occupancy6 adults maximum occupancy (additional rates apply)
Extra cot may be available upon requestExtra cot may be available upon requestExtra cot may be available upon request
Ice box fridgePropane fridgePropane fridge
Propane burners (2-3)Large propane stove (4 burners)Large propane stove (4 burners)
Wood stoveWood stoveWood stove
Cooking utensils and equipmentCooking utensils and equipmentCooking utensils and equipment
Running hot & cold spring water (non potable)Running hot & cold spring water (non potable)Running hot & cold spring water (non potable)
Individual outhouseIndividual flush toiletIndividual flush toilet
Shared shower located at central camp washroomIndividual showerIndividual shower
Studio layoutCentral living roomCentral living room
Propane lampPropane lampPropane lamp

For more pictures of our cabins, please see the interactive Resort Map, also linked under the Cabins tab.

Small Cabins: 

There are nine small rustic cabin nestled along the lake shore.  Each small cabin will accommodate 2 adults comfortably, having two double beds (or bunk beds). If extra guests join to stay, we have a few extra beds in storage to accommodate them at $20 per adult per night, up to a maximum of 4 adults.

All small cabins are equipped with dishes and cooking utensils, propane burners, wood stove, propane lamp, ice box, hot and cold spring water (non-potable), and an individual outhouse out back.  Flush toilets and hot showers are centrally located. There is no electricity in the camp. The small cabin is the perfect weekend getaway for a couple of friends seeking affordable and authentic Kamloops rainbow trout fishing.

Medium & Large Cabins:

Medium cabins will comfortably fit 4 adults, and large cabins will fit up to 6 adults (additional rates apply). Propane powered stovetops, fridge, and boiler for the showers make this deluxe camping! Dishes, cooking utensils, wood stove, propane lamp, hot and cold water (non-potable) and a built-in flush toilet with shower makes these cabins a convenient choice for families. A central washroom is also available if necessary. If additional beds are required, the main couch in the central room can be pulled out into a double bed.

Docks are just 30 feet away from each cabin, with the exception of Tamarack located farthest from the lakeshore. Each dock will accommodate 4 of our boats.

Women’s Central Washroom

Central Washroom:

There is a central washroom located in the middle of the camp, just over a minute walk from the furthest cabins. This fully operational bathroom contains a shower with running hot spring water and a flush toilet. Toilet paper and soap are replaced daily or as needed by the camp keeper. Bring your own lantern.

What to Bring:

Sleeping bags or bed roll, food, fishing tackle, towels, toiletries. In June and September, bring warm clothing as it can be cool at 4500 ft. elevation. Be prepared for all weather conditions! Don’t get stuck in the rain or overheat in the sweltering sun! Check the weather forecast. Use duffel bags in preference to luggage bags. A propane or battery lantern and a food cooler are essential as there is no electricity.


We have you covered on certain amenities like plastic garbage bags, firewood/paper, hand soap, and toilet paper. We also offer limited Wi-Fi. Please inquire for availability.

At HiHium Lake Fishing Resort, we kindly ask that our guests remember to tidy up the cabin after their stay out of respect for the next visitor. Mops and dusters can be found in each cabin and throughout the resort.

Boats and outboard motors with complementary gas are also available. Other services we provide are smoking fresh fish for a small fee and bringing you freshly cut ice to keep perishables in your coolers cold. The resident caretaker at camp will help ensure you an enjoyable stay while answering any question you may have. 

Check-out Time:

Check-out time is 10:00 am UNLESS PRIOR ARRANGEMENTS are made! We kindly remind all our customers to clean up the cabin before the next guests arrive. If you have made plans to drive yourself to and from the lake, make sure to stop by the office on your way out to receive your invoice.


As per our existing policy, you must clean the cabin before leaving to avoid cleaning fees. We are not a cleaning service. Please leave your lodging in equal if not better condition to which you have received it.

– Ladoski Family