Watercraft Rentals and Lake Activities at Ruth Lake Lodge Resort
Pre-book at the time of reservation or at check-in. Only registered overnight guests of the Resort are permitted to rent watercrafts.
MOTOR BOAT 12’ Misty River aluminum boat with 9.9HP outboard motor, 1 tank of fuel, oars, bailer, life vests (Must be 18 years or older to rent a motor boat)
$35 per hour
$140 full day – 8 hours
MOTOR BOAT 14’ Misty River aluminum boat with 9.9HP outboard motor, 1 tank of fuel, oars, bailer, life vest (Must be 18 years or older to rent a motor boat)
$40 per hour
$160 full day – 8 hours
CANOE – 16’ – 2 person (3 available – includes life vest)
$30 per hour per canoe
STAND-UP PADDLE BOARD – (2 available – includes life vest)
$30 per hour per SUP (damage deposit or credit card number required)
KAYAK – 10’ Single person sit-in kayak (2 available -includes life vest)
$25 per hour per kayak
PADDLE BOAT – up to 4 person (includes life vest)
$20 per hour
All guests must register at the office to sign a rental agreement and a release of liability form before using the equipment.
A staff member will escort you to the equipment for an operation and safety demonstration.
The spring and summer bring great fishing. Ruth Lake is stocked with Rainbow Trout, Kokanee (fresh water salmon) and Burbot (fresh water cod). Fishing licenses are available at the Forest Grove gas station or online at https://j100.gov.bc.ca/pub/ras/signin.aspx
Information on the stocking program is available at https://www.gofishbc.com/Stocked-Fish.aspx
SNOWSHOES– adult and children sizes available
Tree-lined trails on the property and frozen lake tranquility await.
$15 per hour per pair - family rates available
For hunters in search of deer, moose and other wild game, Crown land is accessible from the Resort property.
Visit http://www2.gov.bc.ca/gov/content/sports-culture/recreation/fishing-hunting/hunting for more information on licenses and hunting zones
For snowmobile trails see http://snoriderswest.com/images/uploads/100_Mile_House_map1.pdf
Peek into a robin's nest to observe their babies in the spring. Listen to the haunting cry of a loon on the lake. Catch the movement of the sandhill cranes in the Sanctuary, our neighboring wetlands. We have an incredible variety of birds so bring your binoculars!
The fall season attracts those who love the cooler hiking season and the colorful landscape that comes with the leaves transitioning from green to gold and red.