Resort Activities

Resort Activities

Grab a canoe and check out the Upper Arrow Lake. Fishing, wildlife and bird watching or just sit back and enjoy the the view!

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Canoeing on Upper Arrow Lake

Fish or enjoy the view on Upper Arrow Lake. The Sinixt First Nation lived along the Arrow Lakes for thousands of years, using the waterways as their transportation routes. The first European explorers also followed the water. It seems the lakes got their name from the many arrows found along the river. David Thompson and his men reached the Columbia River between 1807 and 1811. Fur trading, mining, agriculture, and later logging where the main economic activities.

Mulvehill Creek Wilderness Inn Salt Water Pool

Salt Water Pool

Using sea salt water as a form of therapy, also known as thalassotherapy, has been around for centuries and was used by the Ancient Egyptians as a form of health therapy. Saltwater pools are ecologically friendly because they don’t use the harsh chemicals that chlorine pools do. This is better for swimmers, plants and grass. So, dive in and enjoy the pool!

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Snow Shoeing or Cross Country Skiing

Enjoy Snow shoeing or cross country skiing on our pituresque property. There is always time to build a snow person or make the perfect snow angel! Pssst, there is a hot tub to warm yourselves up after your frosty escapades.

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Hiking

Enjoy the many hiking trails on the property where you will see birds galore, wildlife, and many different species of trees and flowers. We even have a 300 ft water fall that is breathtaking.

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Rock Climbing

Enjoy some rock climbing. Roberta's Wall, Motion Wall, Ricky's Wall and Yellow Wall

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Fishing

OK, there aren't any fish in our pond, however, you can fish from the shores of Upper Arrow lake or grab a canoe and try your luck.

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The Mole Hole

After a fun filled day, head down to the Mole Hole for a little pool, foosball, darts and your favorite game on the 55" TV