Hailed as "One of the most unique and authentic places to stay in Canada" by National Geographic Traveler Magazine.
Island Lake Lodge will be open for accommodation & package stays July 24th - September 27th, 2020.
The Lodge facilities; hiking, canoeing, spa & dining will be available from June 26th until September 27th, 2020.
Note: There are some days the lodge is unavailable due to private functions or weddings - visit this webpage for schedules and events. Hiking trails are always open.
Visitors can drive up to Island Lake Lodge on the beautiful private road through 100-year-old giant cedars for lunch or dinner on the spectacular patio. Experience the blissful fernie spa, canoe or kayak on the tranquil lake or hike into the high alpine with a guide or solo. Gentle nature trails are also available along the lake and amongst the towering cedar trees. Come for a day visit or stay the night. A perfect place for weddings, gatherings and retreats, Island Lake Lodge provides an intimate setting with privacy, comfort and the best in service and style. Enjoy gourmet dining paired with a bottle of wine from Island Lake Lodge's 300 bottle wine cellar, too satisfy any foodie.
Rooms are furnished with relaxation in mind - pillowy soft beds, gentle accents, warm wooden walls and no TVs or phones. Wifi is provided throughout the lodge.
Island Lake Lodge has an award-winning green philosophy and is proud to be a steward of the environment.
Island Lake Lodge is easily accessible in summer via Mt Fernie Provincial Park Road. Look for the large wooden Island Lake Lodge sign on Hwy #3, halfway between the City of Fernie and the Fernie Alpine Resort turn-off, across from the Fernie Stanford Resort.
About the accommodations:
The Tamarack Lodge
The Cedar Lodge
The Red Eagle Lodge
To book call 1-888-422-8754
Biking the Lazy Lizard Trail at Island Lake Lodge
We know you’re itching to get out! The trails at Island Lake Lodge are now open for use and everyone is encouraged to get out and enjoy nature safely while practicing social distancing. Island Lake Lodge needs your help to limit or refrain from doing bike shuttles by vehicle up the road to the lodge for the Lazy Lizard trail. The trail was built as an “up and down” trail and the Lodge asks that you use it as such. You can park at the trailhead for Lazy Lizard by the Island Lake Lodge gate. Your help is appreciated - enjoy the trails!
In Winter, Island Lake Cat Skiing is a mecca for powder hounds seeking the best in Alpine Skiing & Snowboarding.