FAQs and Suggested Packing List
Q: Has COVID – 19 effected my stay at Wendego Lodge?
A: Yes and no. We still offer the same great rustic “Off-Grid” Family camping experience and the scenery is still pristine (maybe even more so now). There are some things that have changed for the time being: The community fire pits are closed (as of right now). The below and above have changed including but not limited to, please contact for more information.
Items Removed From Cabins:
- Oven Mitts.
- Cups / Glasses / Mugs.
- Plates / bowls.
- Silverware / Serving Utensils.
- All items used for dish cleaning.
- **We are going to work at having some items for purchase to mitigate this inconvenience as much as we can. Please call to confirm any questions prior to booking.
Please CLICK HERE for the most recent PDF download
Q: Do you allow pets:
A: Pets are not allowed.
Q: Do the cabins have power?
A: No. We are working on installing solar lighting in the cabins. Some cabins have this, call to inquire.
Q: Can we bring our own boat to Tranquille Lake?
A: Yes, we cannot restrict the use of the lake. You are more than welcome to bring your own boat (please follow all regulations/restrictions for this lake). However, we are new to this and we are not currently allowing guests to bring personal boats/boat trailers onto the property. Exceptions may be made for certain group bookings and or entire site rentals.
Q: What should we pack for our stay at the Lodge?
A: Please see suggested packing list
Q: Are there goods for sale at the Lodge?
A: Yes, we do have a small convenience store located in the main lodge. We have a rotating stock but we feature such things as pop, chips, chocolate bars, a small selection of fishing supplies, hunting knives etc…
Q: Do the cabins have running water?
A: In the summer the cabins do have cold running water. In winter, jugged water is provided.
Please CLICK HERE to download the current boil advisory notice.
Q: Is there fire wood available?
A: Yes, logged fire wood is available. Splitting is required. Bringing your own axe is recommended but not required. Splitting of wood is only permitted in areas with a designated chopping block. No chopping wood outside the cabins.
Q: Do you have washroom facilities?
A: Yes, we do have both flush toilets and hot showers all year long. In the summer there is a centrally located wash house (open June to Sep (pending weather)). In the winter and summer months, flush toilets and hot showers are located in the main lodge. Washrooms in main lodge are accessible 24 hours a day.
Q: Do you sell ice?
A: No, we are not able to sell ice at this time.
Q: Do you have a cabin that is closest to the wash house?
A: Yes, Cabin # 6 is located the closest to the central washhouse & Cabin # 7 is close as well.
Q: Do you allow of group functions.
A: Yes, we do! We love them! Please contact us for pricing and availability. Also please see our policies for group functions.
Q: Do cabins have their own fire pits?
A: No, we have 2 community fire pits located at either end of the property, each having their own unique view of the lake!
Q: Do cabins have different floor plans?
A: All cabins are set up pretty well the same (main living area two rooms and a deck) with the exception of Cabin # 5.
Q: Do you allow sleds (snow mobiles) / atv’s?
A: We do allow sleds in the winter. The Kamloops Snowmobile Association (KSA) has a $25.00/Day/Seld Charge (cash only) which allows the use of the KSA trail system, day passes are issued when you check in. We currently only allow quads & side by sides (No Dirt Bikes) if pre-arranged.
Q: Do you have laundry facilities?
Q: Do you have power to charge devices?
A: No, occasionally we have the generator on and we will be happy to let everyone know so they may plug in there devices for charging. But this in rare and should not be counted on.
Q: Do you have internet or cell reception?
A: No. There is very limited (if any) internet. Disconnect to Reconnect!
Q: Do you have a public phone
(Including but not limited to)
Fishing rod & tackle.
Bedding (fitted sheet is supplied)
Cooler (with ice)
Lights for indoor and outdoor. Example: flashlight & lantern.
Means of starting a fire.
Axe. (Recommended, Not Required)
Dish Cleaning Supplies (Dish Soap / Cloths)
Seasonal Items. Example: Bug Spray, Water Toys, Snow Shoes…
Camera with charged batteries.
BC Fishing Licence. Can be purchased online. Link available in our website. www.wendegolodge.ca