Burns Lake, British Columbia, Canada is located on Highway 16 situated in the heart of North BC lake country. Lake district is populated with thousands of lakes covering over 4800 kilometres of terrain.
Activities and attractions most enjoyed in and around Burns Lake and the surrounding areas includes fishing, canoeing, sailing, swimming, hiking, water skiing, off roading, flightseeing, mountain biking, camping, boating, cycling, sightseeing touring, and xc skiing, snowmobiling, snowshoeing and ice fishing.
A few of the more popular activity and sightseeing destinations located in and around Burns Lake, British Columbia includes Pinkut Lake, Ethel F. Wilson Memorial Provincial Park, Augier Lake, Taltapin Lake, Nellian Lake Trail, Rod Reid Nature Trail, Takysie Lake, Kager Lake, Tweedsmuir Park, Burns Lake Mountain Bike Park, Tchesinkut Lake, Eveneshen Nature Trail, Uncha Mountain Red Hills Provincial Park, Pendleton Bay, Opal Bed Trail, Francois Lake (second longest lake in BC) and Babine Lake (British Columbia's largest fresh water lake).
The most visited natural sightseeing attractions, historical sites and cultural venues in and around Burns Lake British Columbia includes the Lakes District Museum Society and art studios.
Travel services and amenities important to travelers in and around Burns Lake British Columbia includes accommodations (motels, bed and breakfasts, vacation homes, resorts, cottages, cabins), campgrounds, tours, guides, restaurants, laundromat, coffee shops, grocery store, pubs, liquor stores, gas stations, gift stores, antique shops and transportation services including floatplanes, taxi, ferry and marinas.