Inspired by wanderlust and adventure we are a unique experience for people who love the outdoors. Nestled in the mountains above the Naramata Bench and the Okanagan Provincial Park, our Lodge welcomes groups to a destination with endless possibilities. We have created a place unlike any other, steeped in history and the stories of people once brought by rail, now inspired by a passion for nature, this is a place to unplug and reconnect. To this end, we offer an experience, with everything from canoeing to yoga to guided activities all available in one extraordinary setting. Experience the history, adventure, and service as you create your own special story and page in your history book. We know the value of the in-between moments that weave into lasting memories. We know the value of you.
In the Fall of 2018 the lodge was purchased by the owners of local tour and outdoor recreation operators, Hoodoo Adventure Company, Mike and Lyndie Hill along with a group of investors who saw the potential the stunning location offered. Their goal is to bring their expertise to the project and breath new life into the property to bring it back to it's glory days. There is a lot of work to do, but the group is confident that they can create a unique destination that can be enjoyed for generations to come.
Please note our Holiday Hours:
We will be closed Dec. 25-27 & Jan. 2.
We will re-open on Jan. 3rd
Please contact for more info.
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Chute Lake Lodge
9540 Chute Lake Road, Naramata, BC, V0H 1N0
Friday to Sunday
Lunch 11:30 am - 2:30pm I Happy Hour 2:30pm - 4:30pm I Dinner: 4:30 pm - 8:30pm
Dinner reservations required.
Breakfast Available 8:30am to 11am on weekends
Closed: Monday to Thursday - Private Bookings Available.
We may stay open late on weekends or when pre-arranged with guests, reservations or events.
Accommodations are open 7 days a week.
Special rates and meal plans are available during the days the restaurant is closed. Please contact us for more information.
Take Naramata Rd to Naramata Rd North
Naramata Rd North turn right onto Chute Lake Rd
Turns to gravel after 3kms
Continue to follow 7kms on gravel road to lodge
Take Chute Lake Road to Gillard Forestry Service Road
Follow Gillard onto Chute Lake Road on Google.
This is actually the KVR, not Chute Lake Road
Currently the KVR is not closed to motorized vehicles but please be aware that it is a multi-use trail. Control your speed and watch for cyclists, hikers and horses.
We do not recommend driving on the KVR when it can be avoided as it does cause damage to the trail.