Butte, BC, Canada
is a small townsite in the heart of lake country
situated on the "Fishing Highway" (Hwy 24) located east
of 100 Mile House, British Columbia, Canada. Established in 1900,
the townsite was named after the "lone butte" that peeks
out from behind the community.
The townsite is small with a general store, community hall, a
park and some other buildings located on main street (Hwy 24).
It is the surrounding wilderness area around Lone Butte, on the
many lakes, that one will find a good selection of resorts, retreats,
lodges, B&Bs and cottages servicing travelers from around
The townsite is a doorway community to the hundreds of recreational
lakes in the region. Most of the lakes connect together via an
extensive network of gravel roads and wilderness hiking trails.
Many of the routes lead back to Hwy 24 "The Fishing Highway"
and many who enter the Interlakes district will start from Lone
The lake region is a maze of lakes attracting many people to
the region to fish for rainbow and lake trout. Some of the larger
lakes around Lone Butte like Horse, Sheridan and Green Lake attracts
many to the region to canoe and camp.
The back country gravel roads vary from well maintained to loose
rocks, pot holes and switchbacks. The road and trail system is
an ideal playground for ATVs and dirt bikes. Like any ranchland
country, the Lone Butte trail system also caters to horseback
During the winter months, the gravel road and trail network exploring
the backcountry regions around Lone Butte, BC become white with
snow. And snow, in the Lone Butte area only means one thing -
having fun while snowmobiling, cross country skiing, snowshoeing
and ice fishing.
Contact information for
the local Lone Butte community accommodations, tours, guides,
activities, campgrounds, attractions, realtors, etc. are
posted under the community links listed to your right. >>>