HiHium Lake Fishing Resort

Rates

The following is for informational purposes only; please call to confirm.

2021 Rates, $ Canadian, (call to confirm)
Please note that double occupancy rates apply for all lodging

Small cabins (2 people)
Additional Occupancy
$110.00 per night
$20.00 per night
Medium cabins – two bedroom cottages (4 people)
Additional Occupancy after 2 people
$230.00 per night
$20.00 per night
Large cabins – three bedroom cottages (4-6 people)
Additional Occupancy after 2 people
$250.00 per night
$20.00 per night
Boat only$50.00
Boat and motor$85.00 per day (gas included)
Moorage$25.00 per week for personal boats
Launching fee$20.00 for personal boats
Powered fishing platform$110.00 per day
Ice blocks$7.00 per square
Smoked fish$5.00 per fish
Pet fee$20.00 flat rate
Wi-FiInquire for cost & availability

Additional Occupancy:  After any 2 individuals, there is an additional $20 charge for each person staying per night.

Minimum 3 Night Stay!

Checkout Time – 10:00 am (UNLESS PRIOR ARRANGEMENTS MADE)

Boat Size Restrictions – If you plan to bring your own boat, please call us FIRST. Note: 14 feet max & 10 hp engine limit.

Reservations

A deposit of one night’s stay is required with reservations. The reservation must be paid in full.

Cancellations
There is a 30 day cancellation policy.

Travel

Location

The office is situated 14 miles (22 kms) north on Highway 97 from Cache Creek, B.C., then 11 miles (17 kms) east on Loon Lake Road. Directional signs are located on the highway at the Loon Lake turnoff. As you are driving along Loon lake Road, be on the lookout for the “HiHium Lake Fishing Resort” sign which is our arrival base camp and office. If you drive a couple minutes too far, you’ll end up at Loon Lake instead.

Lake Transportation:

Over the past years, it has been an honour and tradition to make two daily trips from base camp to campsite along our scenic private road. However, following the 2017 forest fires that have left the private road unsafe due to soil erosion, we have made the difficult decision to end this practice for the foreseeable future. We now ask that customers make their way to basecamp to check-in and pick up a map before driving themselves to camp.

*Please contact us for specific directions and arrangements prior to arrival. After arrival at the head office and base camp, we will provide a map with instructions via active logging roads to the lake campsite. You must arrive well before dark out of respect for customers as well as your safety. *

*WARNING: Trailers are not suggested on the logging road. Should you choose to bring your own personal trailer for personal boats transportation or otherwise, you must accept all risk and responsibility of damage and cost of removing yourself! Tow trucks do not leave pavement, and they will not come to help you on the logging road.*

Parking: 

is available at the office location.

*Note that the map on the right displays the HiHium Lake Fishing Resort office location and NOT the campsite. We meet here before heading up to the campsite together. 

Directions: total time (37 minutes) 

1) Make your way to Cache Creek, BC, Canada.

2) Head North along highway BC-97 N for 20.9 kilometres

3) Turn right onto Loon Lake Rd

4) Continue North along Loon Lake Rd for 17.40 kilometres

5) Turn right at 1740 Loon Lake Rd – arrival at Base Camp Office

Google Maps Address:

1740 Loon Lake Rd, Thompson-Nicola E, BC 

-If you are using Google Map’s GPS, note that the technical city designation is Thompson-Nicola E (we’re in a remote area!). Cell phone reception is poor as you leave Cache Creek and proceed along Loon Lake Rd, so keep an eye out for our resort sign on the right.

-People using other GPS devices may need to enter the city as Cache Creek or Clinton to get the subsequent Loon Lake Rd option.

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 feet 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 good luggage. A gasoline lantern and cooler are handy as there is no electricity.