Tatogga Lake Resort in northwest B.C. is surrounded by large parks in one of North America's last wild frontiers.

Located on a 50 km (32 mi) long chain of pristine lakes, and surrounded by spectacular parks accessible by driving, hiking, and flying, Tatogga offers an historic log restaurant, mounted wildlife, wireless internet, a new motel, cabins, RV sites, hikes, and scenic float-plane rides over volcanic cones and stupendous mountains from $80 per person in one of British Columbia’s last wild frontiers:

Todagin Plateau - the world's largest population of Stone Sheep
Stikine River - the world's most thrilling and difficult long kayak ride
Mount Edziza Park - the world's largest 1,200 year old volcanic cones
Spatsizi Park - called Serengeti North due to numerous moose, bears, sheep, & wolves
Jade Mining - 6 mines produce 85% of the world's stronger-than-steel carving Jade


$ 120 - MOTEL with 2 Queen-size beds & washroom with tub

$ 90 - CABIN with 2 Double beds & washroom with shower
$ 65 - CABIN with 2 Double beds & power; no bathroom (walk to showerhouse)

$ 30 - CABIN along lake-shore without power or washroom (outhouse)
$ 30 - CAMP ROOM with single extra-long bed & common washroom with showers

$ 30 - RV CAMP-SITE with 30-Amp power & water
$ 20 - RV CAMP-SITE with 15-Amp power & water


Enjoy your natural experience with us at Tatogga Lake Resort!