Find Yourself at Quaaout Lodge

The Quaaout Lodge, located on the shores of Little Shuswap Lake just northeast of Chase BC, is a state-of-the-art resort owned and operated by the Little Shuswap Indian Band of the Secwepemc (Shuswap) Nation. Boasting the Le7ke Spa, a beautiful Conference Centre and Lodge, an indoor pool, and the 18-hole Talking Rock Golf Course, Quaaout is the perfect place for a weekend getaway.

The Lodge overlooks 1800 feet of beachfront, perfect for summer swimming, canoeing, or toes-in-the-sand relaxing. The Lodge itself, which was completely redesigned and renovated in 2010, features 70 rooms offering patios or balconies set up to view the pristine lake.

Situated in the middle of the woods and surrounded by mountains, this experience offers a beautiful blend of pampered relaxation and reconnection with the outdoors. This getaway also features Jack Sam’s, a unique and delicious experience with a menu honouring the Indigenous traditions of the region and sticking to the 100 Mile Menu, meaning everything on the menu is grown or caught within 100 miles from the restaurant.

The Talking Rock Golf Course has gained a reputation as a unique and challenging course as it meanders through the landscape. The course blends well with the features of the land as little land alteration was required to build the course. From the first tee box just steps from the Lodge to the final green on the shores of Little Shuswap, the course offers beautiful views and immersion in nature unlike any other course in the region.

Quaaout Lodge  Photographer: Meghan Reading

Quaaout Lodge

Photographer: Meghan Reading

In addition to the Gold Course, Quaaout offers numerous workshops and Arts and Culture sessions, and their Cultural Coordinator would be thrilled to take you on a tour of the grounds, which includes an authentic kekuli and answer your questions about the area. Whether you want to plan a conference, a family vacation, a couple’s getaway or a round of golf, Quaaout has everything you need and more located in the heart of the Shuswap.



Alastair Heinrichs is a Creative Writing student from UBC-Okanagan. Alastair loves encouraging people to discover more about our region, whether that’s a hole-in-the-wall restaurant, the local food and craft beer scene or secret campgrounds.

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