Meet Brad & Wendy Thompson
Outdoors lovers Brad and Wendy Thompson have owned and operated the Nadina Lake Lodge since 1998, but it has been around since 1958 when it was started by an uncle. After his passing, the couple took over and made numerous improvements to the lodge in an effort to revive it, recognizing that the lake with its unprecedented rainbow trout population was a true ecological gem. Besides the breathtaking natural surroundings, the Thompson’s love what they do because of “the challenges of self employment and the many benefits this has to offer.” Adds Brad, “To have the opportunity to provide a service that is unique to our personal touches and maybe just a little different than our competition” is something that motivates them to keep improving their business.
The Thompson’s note that running a business of any kind is challenging in a small town where businesses are interdependent on one another for their own success. However, they have seen many improvements, both large and small, on the Burns Lake business front and are hopeful that this will help to sustain and grow the local economy.
Spectacular. Rustic. Inspiring.
Trophy rainbow trout, big game hunting and unrivaled views await the outdoor lover at Nadina Lake Lodge. Situated on beautiful Nadina Lake, renowned throughout western Canada for its prolific wild rainbow trout population, the lodge has everything you want from a rustic, backwoods getaway. It’s the perfect way to celebrate and enjoy nature up close even for the non-hunter or fisherman.
This hidden gem is a wonderful place to hike, swim, pick wild berries, observe wildlife and take advantage of the calm and quiet. Guests are treated to personalized, attentive service and clean and comfortable rooms. Nadina Lake Lodge is an easy drive from Burns Lake and other northern BC communities such as Houston.
The Nadina Lake Lodge is a proud member of the BC Fishing Resorts and Outfitters Association.
35886 MacEwen Road
Burns Lake, BC V0J 1E2
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