Getting to Binta Lake Farm

This property is located on Binta Forest Service Road North, 55 kilometres (34.2 miles) SE from the Village of Burns Lake, British Columbia.

 Driving times to Binta Lake Farm Wilderness Estates via Burns Lake:

  • Vancouver: 14 hours.
  • Calgary: 14 hours.
  • Edmonton: 12 hours.
  • Prince George: 4 hours.
  • Burns Lake: 1.5 hours.

 

Nearest Airports:

Prince George International Airport is the regional airport for Northern B.C., and is expected to play a key role in the economic development of the area. The airport has undergone a major expansion, renovating its runways and international cargo plane fuelling capacity. The airport can accept 747 airplane landings, and includes an International Customs and Canada Border Service area for international charter flights.

 

Driving Instructions:

From Burns Lake (approximately 61 km):

  • To drive to the property from the town of Burns Lake, first drive approximately 23 km south on paved Highway 35 until you reach the Francois Lake Ferry.
  • Cross the free ferry to the south side of Francois Lake (approximately 3 km). The ferry runs regularly, year round.
  • Upon leaving the ferry, immediately turn east (left) onto the Uncha Lake Road. Continue southeast for approximately 12 km until you reach Campbell Road. Turn south (right) onto Campbell Road.
  • Continue south on Campbell Road for approximately 1.6 km and you will reach a junction. Turn southwest (right) onto Binta Road.
    Continue along Binta road for approximately 5 km where the road will become Binta Forest Service Road. (This change may not be noticeable since the road continues).
  • Continue driving on the Binta Forest Service Road for another approximately 8.5 km until you reach a junction that has Binta Forest Service Road North to the north. Turn north (left) onto the Binta Forest Service Road North.
  • Continue along the Binta Forest Service Road North and in approximately 1.2 km there will be a junction. Take the west fork (right) to remain on the Binta Forest Service Road North.
  • Continue another approximately 7 km along the Binta Forest Service Road North and you will be at the start of Binta Lake Farm Wilderness Estates.

Alternative Access From Fraser Lake (Approximately 54 km):

  • Drive approximately 3 km west of Fraser Lake on Highway 16 (Yellowhead Highway from Prince George to Prince Rupert) and turn west (left) onto Francois Lake Road (paved).
  • Continue southwest on Francois Lake Road for approximately 7 km until you reach Nithi Road. Turn south (left) onto Nithi Road.
  • Continue south on Nithi Road for approximately 1.9 km until you reach Dahlgreen Road (gravel). Turn west (right) onto Dahlgreen Road. (Dahlgreen Road will bring you around the east part of Francois Lake across a bridge and eventually into Holy Cross-Binta Forest Service Road).
  • Continue southwest on Dahlgreen Road for approximately 5.4 km where the road will then become the Paddle Hill Forest Service Road.
    Continue another approximately 8 km south on the Paddle Hill Forest Service Road where you will reach the Holy Cross-Binta Forest Service Road. Turn west (right) onto the Holy Cross-Binta Forest Service Road (also called the 200 Road).
  • Continue southwest on the Holy Cross Binta Forest Service Road and in approximately 6.5 km the road will become the Binta-Main Forest Service Road.
  • Continue straight on the Binta-Main Forest Service Road for another approximately 14 km and you will reach the center of Binta Lake Ranch, the only other private property in the neighborhood of Binta Lake Farm Wilderness Estates.
  • Continue straight on the Binta-Main Forest Service Road for another approximately 4.7 km and you will reach a junction that has the Binta Forest Service Road-North to the north (right). Turn north (right) onto the Binta Forest Service Road-North.
  • Continue northwest on the Binta Forest Service Road-North for another approximately 3.5 km and you will be at the start of Binta Lake Farm Wilderness Estates

Note: Driving directions provided are approximate measurements taken from maps and are not exact guidelines.

Note: The access roads to the property are usually maintained by the forest industry as a forest road and cleared of snow, but year round maintenance cannot be guaranteed.