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The Quaaout Lodge and Spa near Chase also features the Talking Rock Golf Course as part of the accomodation package. This is operated by the Little Shuswap Lake Indian Band. It is a place of cultural significance to the Shuswap First Nations people and the...More
We stayed as part of a tour. The lodge is rustic and very beautiful. The location on the lake is stunning and the view from the room was very pretty. The room is not large but the amenities were well done. The dinner menu is...More
We normally choose our own lodgings, but this was chosen by those who arranged the reunion. We have vowed to go back. The lodge is owned by the Little Shuswap Nation – Quaaout means “when the sun first reflects the water.’ The lodge and its...More
an amazing place to relax, be with nature & enjoy a slower pace life.. you can go golfing, have an amazing brunch, watch some hockey at local town near by and enjoy the amazing views of the water, mountains and is beautiful rain or shine!
Repeat guests for a reason! This is our 7 stay at Quaaout Lodge and we greatly enjoy our visits! It’s a great gem of a resort that is either a great destination for golf or a stop over to the coast.
The staff are always...More
The Quaaout Lodge & Talking Rock Golf Course, the pride of the Little Shuswap Indian Band, is situated on the north shore of Little Shuswap Lake.Located midway between Vancouver & Calgary we are located just ...Moreminutes off the Trans Canada Highway, a 45 minute drive east from the Kamloops, or a scenic 2 hour drive north from Kelowna International Airport. The Lodge underwent a major 4 month renovation in 2010, which included re-designing all hotel guest rooms, our restaurant, Jack Sam’s and hotel exterior. Balconies were added to all rooms and suites for our guests to enjoy the view of the lake and surrounding woods. The Lodge is open for reservations daily, taking bookings for individual travelers, banquets, groups, meetings and golf. Guest amenities at the Resort include: * 1800 feet of sandy beach * Indoor swimming pool, hot tub, exercise room * 18 hole championship Talking Rock Golf Course * Conference Centre for meetings, seminars & banquets, authentic Native gourmet meals and Native interpretive areas including a "kekuli" and traditional "sweat lodge" * Jack Sam’s Restaurant * Le7Ke Day Spa * •Activities in the Resort area include swimming, boating, biking, golf, fishing, hiking, and just relaxing on the beach…Whitewater rafting, Zip-lines, Segway Tours, Wine Tasting, and other adventures are also nearby. In winter the Shuswap welcomes snowmobilers, nordic skiers, and ice fishing enthusiasts. Less
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Our beach is sandy with the lake bottom being fairly soft. The lake is warm in August, although this is relative depending on what you are used to. Temperatures are fairly average for the southern interior of British... More
Our beach is sandy with the lake bottom being fairly soft. The lake is warm in August, although this is relative depending on what you are used to. Temperatures are fairly average for the southern interior of British Columbia, perhaps a little bit cooler than you might find in the Okanagan Valley.
The water level in Little Shuswap Lake fluctuates over the course of the year with annual high water in mid to late June. By August the lake level has dropped somewhat, giving us a nice sized sloped beach for resort guests.
The lake bottom in front of the resort is a fairly consistent for 300-400 feet out from shore. By August the water depth is typically waist to chest deep on the average adult until you get quite far out offshore.
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"On the ground floor you walk right out to the lake shore."