Paska Lake Cabin Lot #24
4833 Paska lake Road, Paska Lake
Near Lac Le Jeune, Kamloops
Cabin - Stats
The cabin was built in 2003 and is 300 square feet in size. Open room design for living room and kitchen, With one bedroom in the back. Overhead loft is used for storage.
The cabin needs finishing and panelling inside, as well as flooring etc. Hydro needs to be run to the cabin from the road.
Duroid shingles on the roof. Electric cook stove. Wired for 110 when hydro is brought to the cabin. The cabin was built on cement blocks.
.40 acre in size with 66' of road frontage by 66'' at the rear by 264.77' on the east side by 265.82' on the west side. Nicely treed and private with only a slight grade off of Paska Lake road into the cabin. Out house is situated behind the cabin. There is no septic system or well in place at this time.
2009 Property taxes are $1,020.50 which includes the budgeted annual amount to bring hydro into the area. Buyers should confirm this figure with TNRD in Kamloops.
There is room for extra parking and the RV.
9 hole Golf course located at Logan lake. Close to Logan Lake for shopping. 30 minutes to Kamloops for all your shopping. Year round maintained paved roads. Hydro and phone service at lot line.
There is a hydro levy that is due to TNRD Thompson-Nicola Regions District payable in the form of either a one time payment of $1,842.11 or spread over 10 years on the property taxes. Buyer is responsible for calling TNRD to review this further with TNRD officials.
Quick and easy access to Paska Lake is through the
Cul-de-sac one lot over and through Crown Land to
Paksa Lake road. This is a 5 minute walk.
Access is also available between Lots 9 and 10 on
Paska Lake road, which is a dedicated lot that was
set aside for the upland properties owners to use
for boat moorage and storage and access to Paska Lake.
Paska Lake stats
Paska lake is 123.5 acres in size, and is stocked with rainbow trout.
The elevation is 4,724 feet.
Maximum depth is 29 meters or 95.14 feet.
Fishing closure from December 1 to April 30
Engine power restriction 7.kw (10) hp
Rainbow trout daily quota = 6; bait ban, single barbless hook
1,000 Pennask rainbow were stocked in September, 2002.
Location & showings
Access to Paska Lake off the Logan Lake hwy., is approx. 10 km. Access to Paska Lake can be either through the Forest Service site or through the dedicated lot further down Paska Lake road. Face lake is a short walk along the rough 4 x 4 road and through the Foreset Service site.
Showings are strictly through the listing salesman R. G. (Bob) Dirks. Should you wish to drive the area and view the lake and surrounding area, please feel free to do so, but please respect private property.
Driving time from
- Lac Le Jeune exit is approx. 15 minutes.
- Logan Lake is approx. 15 - 20 minutes.
- Kamloops is approx. 30 to 35 minutes.
- Fraser Valley is approx. 3 1/2 hrs on the Coquihalla
- Kelowna is approx. 2hrs. 15 minutes via Merritt.
- Merritt is approx. 45 minutes.
- Vernon is approx. 1 hr. 30 minutes.
There is several other alternate routes to reach Paska Lake.
Via the Trans Canada #1 Hwy. from Cache Creek to Cherry Creek.
Driving time is approx. 3- 40 minutes via the Duffy Lake road or
the Greenstone Mtn. road.
Fishing & Hunting
Moose and deer are plentiful in there surrounding region. Paska Lake is
surrounded by many lakes in the area including many 4 x 4 lakes, and
walk-in lakes that provide excellent fishing.
Area fishing lakes include
Face Lake, Big Wyse, Little Wyse, Durrand, Dairy Lakes, Duffy Lake, Dominic,
Lac Le Jeune, Fred, Rosemore, Little Frogmore, Big Frogmore, Jacko,
McConnell, Stake, Lodgepole, Surrey, Sussex, Bob, Harold, Mildred,
Ridge Lakes, Gump, Mamitt, Logan Lake, Tunkwa Lake and Leighton Lakes.