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

Located in the center of a 50 km (32 mile) long chain of lakes along Highway 37, Tatogga Lake Resort is the only restaurant for 400 km (250 miles) where you're offered home cooked meals in a log restaurant, mounted wildlife, and wireless internet. In one of British Columbia’s last wild frontiers, Tatogga is surrounded by five pristine Provincial Parks all accessible by hiking, driving, or flying:

Todagin Park - the world's largest population of nursing Stone Sheep
Mount Edziza Park - the youngest volcanic cones in North America
Spatsizi Park- the world's largest population of North American wildlife
Stikine River Park - one of B.C.'s wildest and most scenic rivers and canyons
Kinaskan Park - one of B.C.'s longest cascading waterfalls

Accommodation ranges from rustic lakeside cabins to full service cabins. The RV park has 30 and 15 amp service, water, and a dump station. Camping is available throughout the grounds.


Enjoy your natural experience with us at Tatogga Lake Resort!