Lakes in British Columbia

10 Lakes in British Columbia. Lakes on this page are displayed on the map.

Chilko Lake is one of the largest lakes in the province of British Columbia, Canada, especially because of its great depth. Its main outflow, the Chilko River contains the longest ... Read more

Nitinat Lake, located on Vancouver Island, in British Coumbia, Canada, is one of the last remaining pristine and underdeveloped places in the country. Geography and ... Read more

Cowichan Lake, located on Vancouver Island in British Columbia, Canada, is one of the largest freshwater lakes on the island. The lake is a preferred recreational place for many ... Read more

Brohm Lake is located within a couple of hours’ drive from Northern Vancouver and merely 15 kilometers north of Squamish. The lake is relatively easy to access, since it lies ... Read more

Edwards Lake is located in British Columbia, Canada, in the Cariboo Region, approximately 220 kilometers North of Kelowna. Buffalo Lake is located less than 1 kilometer away to the ... Read more

Williston Lake is a 251-km long and 155-km wide reservoir located in the Northern Interior of British Columbia in Canada. The lake occupies an area of 1,761 km2 and is located at ... Read more

Harrison Lake is the biggest lake in the Southern Coast Mountains, located in British Columbia, Canada. With a maximum length of 60 km and a width of 9 km, the lake has a surface ... Read more

Okanagan Lake is a 135-km long and a 5-kilometer wide lake in the Okanagan Valley of British Columbia, Canada. It is a relatively deep lake, with an average depth of 76 m and a ... Read more

Stuart Lake, also known as Nak’albun, is a large lake in the Northern Interior of British Columbia, Canada, with more than 275 km of shoreline. The lake is relatively ... Read more

The small Healy Lake, known by locals as Panther Lake, is located on Vancouver Island on Forbidden Plateau South of Lake Helen MacKenzie. It lies 37 kilometers ... Read more