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'The Ranch' as we call it is located seven miles down a very good gravel road from Bridge Lake, British Columbia, (35 miles east of 100 Mile House off Highway 24). The Log Cabin is on Eagan Lake and features one of the few private sandy beaches in the area.
The location is very scenic and private. A beautiful sandy beach makes a great swimming and picnic area. The lake shore is very shallow, waist deep for a 100 feet or more making it a very safe area for kids to play. There is a large grassy area in front of the cabin suitable for many games.
The cabin has one private bedroom on the main level and sleeping lofts/two semi-private areas up stairs. The loft opens to the living area from upstairs. Shower/bath and toilet is adjacent to the private bedroom. Full daylight basement.
Facing the lake is a large (10 by 30) screened porch which provides a wonderful area for relaxing, reading and nature viewing. The porch also makes for a great place for the kids to 'sleep outside'.
Two boats (12 and 14 feet) with either gas or electric motors are included in the rent along with a sturdy canoe. Take a trip down the lake in the evening when the water is often calm and when many animals are about.
Bald Eagles and Osprey are routine visitors and can be seen soring over the lake. In the evening, loons have come to the shallow beach to get small fish to feed their young. A sturdy safe bridge crosses the Machete Creek where kids can fish for trout and pike minnow. A beaver family has a lodge just below the bridge and they are often be seen in the evening along with the local muskrats. Both whitetail and mule deer along with moose are frequently seen on or around the property. Wolves are in the area and have been heard at night. Nearby ranchers raise cattle as part of their lively hood and use the immediate area outside the fenced yard as 'range land'. On occasion a few cattle will encroach on our property, wanting to feeding on the lush grasses near the lake. They are easily run off and will often stay away for a number of days. Range cattle are very skittish and have never been a threat.
Fishing on Eagan Lake can be quite good. Catches of Kokanee and rainbow trout are sure to please both the fisherman and cook. Both species can be found directly in front of the cabin.
There is an 'Outhouse' that has the best view in the area.
One Private bedroom, two sleeping lofts that are semiprivate, Toilet/Shower/Tub, Wash basin, Stove, Cooking Utensils, Linens & Towels provided, 2 Aluminum Boats, Canoe, Motors (both Gas & Electric), If heat is necessary, a wood buring furnace is located in the basement, Plenty of wood is split and stacked for easy access...moreless
There are a number of books in book case along with some out dated magazines. However, the fishing magazines are always in date and can offer interesting reading....moreless
Satellite / Cable
There are just a few toys for the kids. Bring a football, baseball & bat, Frisbee, etc....moreless
Our cabin is located right on the sandy shore of Eagan Lake. ...moreless
Our cabin is located right on the sandy shore of Eagan Lake....moreless
Sports & Adventure Activities
Seating for 10 people
Heat is supplied to the cabin via a wood furnace, located in the basement. ...moreless
Dishes & Utensils
Lots of spices are available along with sugar, salt & pepper....moreless
There is a second refrigerator in the basement....moreless
We have two very nice boats along with two electric motors and one gas motor....moreless
Deck / Patio:
Large screened in porch provides a wonderful spot to sit and relax as one over looks the lake....moreless
There is an excellent golf course just outside of the 100 Mile House at mile house 108. A must if you are a golfer....moreless
-We begin making and confirming reservations for the summer beginning February 1st.
-We have many returning guests and inquiries. We have established a Priority List for those interested in securing dates. We give priority to returning guests and those seeking to rent for minimum one week.
-You can have your name added to the Priority List by emailing at any time of the year to email@example.com.
-One half of the rental fee is due when the reservations are made.
-The balance of the rental fee, which includes housekeeping and damage deposit is due 14 days prior to the arrival date.
-Cheques or Money Orders please, we are not set up for credit cards.
-A second family sharing the cabin will be charged $50 per night.
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Golfing, Canoeing, Bird Watching, Back Road Exploring, The Fly fishing in the area is truly spectacular featuring Kamloops Rainbow Trout noted for their size, jumping abilities and long runs, The Ranch is just minutes from some of the worlds finest lake fishing, The owners 'hot spots' will be gladly shared
Year Purchased: 1947
About the owner: My brother, sister and I own the cabin jointly and use it every summer for ourselves and our families. Our father came to this area in 1937 to hunt moose. He fell in love with it, told his father about the area and a few years later purchased this property. The property has been the family for over 75 years. Our family owned the large ranch directly up the creek that can be easily seen from the bridge. It was a working cattle ranch where 100 cows were wintered. Their calves were sold each fall at an auction. We took in hay, rode the range checking on the cattle, repaired things and necessary and did all of the things ranchers had to do to make the place successful. This area has become a large part of each of us and we have passed on our love for it to our spouses/kids/grandkids. When we look out the window or go for walks, everything we see brings back a multitude of memories.
This is our 7th year renting the cabin and the experience has been terrific. We have made many new friends from BC, Alberta and some from the States. The care our renters have shown to our property has been superb. Most of our current renters have been with us for a many years, some for six years.