Places to stay in Christina Lake, British Columbia

We currently have 26 accommodations in and around Christina Lake with other regional listings available for Campsites, B&B's, Hotels, Motels and other properties. You can filter listings by the available types:

Christina Lake is located along Hwy. 3 in the south-central area of British Columbia known as Boundary Country. It is located 23 kms. east of Grand Forks, just 1 km. north of the U.S. border. The lake is renowned as the "warmest tree-lined lake in Canada" and was voted "BC's favourite lake". The region experiences very hot, dry summers and the lake itself lies above a geo-thermal fault; these two factors are major contributors to the warm water temperatures which average in the 23 c. range during summer. Local dining options include Christina Lake Village, Kool Treat, Cascade Par 3 Golf Course, and The Crow & Bear Pub & Restaurant.

Wondering where to stay? Accommodations in the region are primarily limited to Campgrounds and RV parks, though there are a few nearby hotels. If you are travelling in the area, Christina Lake is located close to Judkin Creek, Beaver Falls, Bluejoint Creek, Carson and Buckhorn Creek.

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Photograph of Sunflower Inn B&B, Christina Lake

The Sunflower Inn B&B

Located on the shores of Christina Lake near English Point, just 8 km north of the Christina Lake village. We have three bed and breakfast rooms, all have lake views, private baths, queen sized beds and are non-smoking. Nutritious breakfasts are served in our dining room or on the deck, with .....

Photograph of Lakeview Motel, Christina Lake

The Lakeview Motel

Situated on Highway 3 in the heart of Christina Lake, British Columbia, Lakeview Motel offers travellers clean, comfortable rooms close to all of Christina Lake's ammenities and within walking distance to parks, beaches, trails (including the Trans Canada Trail), restaurants, pubs, and coffee .....

More about the areas accommodations and tourism

The year-round population of Christina Lake is approximately 1900 but swells to over 6000 during the summer months. Referred to as the "Oasis of the Kootenays", the resort community of Christina Lake is spread along the shore of the lake, offering some of the best summer weather in BC.

The Trans Canada Trail, Dewdney Trail and the Kettle Valley Railroad Trail all merge at Christina Lake, attracting visitors to the area from all over. The area is frequented by hikers and bikers along the local trails in the lake area.

Christina Lake is not incorporated and there is no true town centre, the area has enormous potential and is still largely undiscovered and underdeveloped. Vacation homes surround the lake and outdoor adventure providers cater to adventure enthusiasts. Considered a great sport fishing lake, it is home to Trout, Small-mouth Bass and Kokanee Salmon which can be found spawning along McRae Creek, each fall.

Other local Christina Lake information.

  • Longitude: -118°12'30.931
  • Latitude: 49°2'22.923

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