Lake is free. It's time to fish!!!!!!
We are still doing little renos throughout the resort. Thank you for being patient with us.
April 25, 2022
We have been working hard this winter on improving the resort.
The inside of the cabins and washrooms have all been re done.
Old trees have been cut down, leveling and gravel work around resort.
Current projects: Putting in new docks, fixing older ones, finishing the storage yard, beach area and a play ground.
We are excited to see what you all think.
Note* Lake is still frozen, but the snow is getting less and less each day.
April 25, 2022
Fire ban is now lifted, fires must be 1.5 feet in height, please be safe and make sure fire is fully out before leaving it.
We are now registered with Emergency Support Services for people on evacuation in the Cariboo area.
If you need Lodging we have 30 amp sites, dry sites, a washroom, shower and laundry building.
Please contact Emergency Social Services (ESS)
check the wildfire map updates: here
The resort has little smoke and light wind today, we are under a no campfire ban.
Deka has been downgraded to Alert
Si lake area evacuation lifted.
Please see links below for updates.
Up date on fires.
Emergency alert banner: here
ArcGIS Cariboo Regional District: here
April 25, 2002
No COVID restrictions. We are leaving it to the public on wearing masks around the resort.
We ask that everyone respects each other and their decisions. Be safe and be kind.
To limit the further spread of COVID-19, travel restrictions are in place across all ports of entry. The Canadian border is closed to most international travelers. You are allowed to enter Canada if you are a:
Permanent resident of Canada
Temporary resident of Canada
Protected person (refugee status)
Person registered under the Indian Act
Foreign national with a non-discretionary (non-optional) reason to travel to Canada
June 13, 2021
Recreational travel within your region
Recreational travel within your region is allowed. This includes travel for:
Vacations, weekend getaways and tourism activities
Visiting family or friends for social reasons
Under the EPA, an order restricting non-essential travel between certain regions of the province remains in place until June 15 at midnight.
April 20, 2021
B.C. residents will not be able to book accommodations or a camping site outside of their local health authority.
The formal order for the restrictions will be put in place later this week, and they are in effect until Monday, May 24, the end of the May long weekend.
Cottonwood Bay Resort will be following all the guidelines to ensure your safety and others at this time. "Please note" You must reside in the Interior Health Region (Thompson, Cariboo and Shuswap area) to stay at the resort in May 2021. See picture at the bottom to know your Health Region.
We will be asking all visitors to wear a mask at all times outside their site.
We are limiting the amount of people to, 2 people in (office, washrooms and laundry room) at a time.
Wash your hands often and please keep in mind of each other in these crazy times.