Update: August 2nd, 2022
Time to go fishing, book your stay today!
SUV’s & trucks are recommended.
Due to the heat over the last 2 -3 weeks and the lack of moisture, please note that their is a fire ban on and the open fire pits are closed. No open fires at this time.
Looking to come up? Please feel free to give us a call, or send us an email (Click Here); we will give you an update on the current road conditions.
There is active logging on the Criss Creek Road travel with caution. Road channel is RR-12, call Red Lake Road.
Are you ready…..?
“DISCONNECT TO RECONNECT”
WHEN WAS THE LAST TIME:
You smelled clean, fresh mountain air, the 4600′ variety?
You had a truly undisturbed, completely relaxed sleep?
Your toughest decision was to decide whether to go fishing or lie in the sun and relax?
If the answer to any of these questions is “too long ago”, WENDEGO LODGE is for you!
WENDEGO LODGE offers an affordable family fishing vacation with excellent fishing for both natural WILD reproducing Kamloops rainbow trout and Kokanee Salmon. We are the only people on the lake and our cabins have everything you need for light housekeeping and they sleep up to six people.
Our lake is not called “Tranquille” for nothing. We have an atmosphere unspoiled by countless summer cabins and undisturbed by power boats, an atmosphere as opposed to urban hustle and bustle as nature will allow. You know the best things in life really are free. Just watching the birds, chipmunks, squirrels or maybe even a deer or moose is thrilling. We have miles of gorgeous conifers, gentle refreshing breezes, blue sky, and just plain beautiful peace and quiet.
Our home lake, Tranquille, offers both natural WILD reproducing Kamloops Rainbow trout and Kokanee Salmon fishing with flies and light tackle. For the dyed in wool fisherman, Saul Lake, Truda Lake, and Pass Lake (Trophy Lake), provides some truly fine sport. The high elevation keeps the water cool and the fishing steady even in the warm summer months.
Of course the fun doesn’t end when you have caught the fish.
Come and join us! We have worked hard to retain the natural beauty that is the British Columbia interior wilderness.