AJ B&B Cabin on Nimpo Lake, British Columbia

We welcome you
Interior view of the cabin.

AJ B& B provides comfortable, private cabin accommodation on Nimpo Lake with your own dock and spectacular view.

The cabin comes equipped with a full kitchen and dining area, Baby Blaze King wood stove as well as electric heat. New Queen sized bed as well as one double bed, washroom with shower, with all bedding, towels, and utensils provided. For those of you that like the civilized amenities, there is also satellite TV, (same as cable) telephone and wireless Internet. Use of a canoe is included.

Located 200 miles west of Williams Lake and 100 miles east of Bella Coola, we offer the perfect place in the West Chilcotin to relax and unwind.

Nimpo Lake is well known for its amazing fighting native rainbow trout that will always let you know there's something at the end of your line. This is also a calm lake with numerous bays that provide for great canoeing or kayaking. There are numerous local trails nearby that make for great walking or more rigorous hiking if you prefer.

Calm lake reflects clouds and mountains
A plane flying over the Coast Mountains

If you plan on staying for a few days you'll find this area offers lots to keep you busy!

Take a flightseeing trip with one of two charter floatplane operators, one just across the bay from us. Your pilot will be happy to show you Hunlen Falls, the third highest free falling waterfall in Canada. Fly over spectacular Monarch Ice Fields or the Rainbow Mountains named for the many different minerals that splash vibrant color along the flanks of this beautiful range. Or arrange to be landed on one of our many stunning alpine lakes surrounded by a myriad of wildflowers and offering great hiking, fishing, and photography in nearby hills.

We are fortunate to be located in the middle of a true wilderness that still supports a large wildlife population of caribou, moose, deer, bear, wolf, coyote, wolverine and numerous other fur bearing animals so bring your camera! Birdwatching has also become a popular past time in the region. Watching an osprey or bald eagle succeed at divebombing the water for its catch and have it fly overhead with a fish is a picture you don't want to miss!

They say that the sign of a healthy lake is the number of loons on it. Well, we have lots and they're a delight to listen to as evening closes while you relax and enjoy the serenity.

Caribou running
Fishing boat on Nimpo Lake backed by mountains

Please feel free to contact us. We would be happy to answer any questions you may have. Our season runs from May 20 to Oct. 30.

Andy & Jane Baker
Phone Number: (250) 742-3724
PO Box 27,
1301 North Nimpo Lake Road,
Nimpo Lake, B.C. V0L 1RO
Email: rentcabin@resortsbc.com

For those of you that are pilots, we are located on a peninsula on the Short Arm at 52.20.'27.62"N by 125.09'23.33"W.
Elevation 3655 Ft.


- $95.00 per night for two or more nights, for up to four people. Breakfast included for up to two people. Reserve ahead, please. $7 for breakfast for each additional person.

- $80 per night for two or more nights, if breakfast not included.

- $110 per night for single night stays not including breakfast.

Arrangements can be made for either a bag or hot lunch.
Dinner is homestyle and substantial. $17 per person. Reserve ahead. Gluten free or Low Carb meals on request. Again, please reserve ahead.

There is a bakery/cafe in Nimpo Lake that is open until 3:00 p.m. during the week as well as a diner type restaurant open every day until 5:00 p.m. or later at request. There is also a general store with a good selection of groceries, tackle, fishing licenses and fuel. There is a take out/restaurant in Anahim Lake and fine dining west of Anahim Lake.

If you like horseback riding, we have a local outfitter who is now offering a full day ride which includes a light lunch and a steak dinner cookout for $125 per person, minimum of two people. If you would like to try this adventure, contact us ahead so that we can set up a booking for you with Far Mountain Pack Trips. Experience in riding not necessary.

Member of the
West Chilcotin Tourism Association