Fraser Lake, British Columbia



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Fraser Lake, BC


The community of Fraser Lake backs onto the waters of Fraser Lake.

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Fraser Lake
Fraser Lake is a village located along the Trans-Canada Highway 16 in northern British Columbia with a population over about 1,100 people. Located about 160 km west of Prince George, BC.

Known as the White Swan Capital of the World. Home to over 1,000 Trumpeter Swans each year.

Endako Mine and Fraser Lake Sawmill is the major employers of the area. Fraser Lake was established in 1914.

Fraser Lake has three sandy beaches and offers swimming, water skiing, fishing, and hiking. Some of the sites to see are Red Rock that features extinct volcano and lava beds and 59 km sourth of the community is Cheslatta Falls.

The Fraser Lake Museum contains many artifacts of the area.

Fraser Lake, British Columbia