HIGHLAND VALLEY OUTDOOR ASSOCIATION
- HVOA was incorporated in 1976
- We are operated soley by Volunteers in our community
- We are a member of Cross Country BC https://www.crosscountrybc.ca/
- We are a member in BC Lake Stewardship Society https://www.bclss.org/
- We are a member of BC Wildlife Federation https://bcwf.bc.ca/
- All HVOA Members are registered with BCWF and are entitles to programs provided by them
HVOA Oversees the Following in Logan Lake:
All Season Recreational Trails (Limited trails available – please use caution)
Winter Time – 36KM of Cross Country & Snowshoe Trails
Spring/Summer Time – 36KM of Hiking, Mountain Biking, and Horseback riding trails
(Check out the “TrailMap page” for details on all the trails available)
As soon as the first snowfall settles on the hills, volunteers and members of HVOA transform the landscape into 36km network of Cross Country Ski Trails with 2KM of lit trails for night skiing.
Available for Public Use! There are cash boxes at the trail entrances for daily use fees, if you are not a member or do not have a winter pass. Our trail maintenance relies on these donations, we appreciate them very much!
The trail system begins at the end of Chartrand Ave and extends out into the surrounding forest. There is also a parking lot on HWY 5D (Meadow Creek Road) accross the highway from the Campground entrance.
The trails are closed to motorized vehicles all year – as per Section 58 Motorized Vehicle Closure.
**These trail systems are an unmonitored facility – please use at your own risk **
Gun Range (Currently closed due to wildfire damage)
– 100 Metre, 200 Metre, & 300 Metre HP, Long Gun Area
– 25 Metre & 50 Metre .22cal Rifle Hand Gun Area
– Shot Gun Trap Area
– Winter Warming Area (fire pit & warming hut)
The Range is licensed and HVOA members can obtain permits for ownership & transportation of restricted firearms. The Range is maintained by a group of volunteers & by donations from users.
The Range is open to the public, however if you are not a HVOA member you will be required to have $2million liability to use the range.
Donations are gratefully accepted in the donation bins located at the shooting huts.
Logan Lake Enhancement Committee
Two HVOA members sit on the Logan Lake Enhancement Committee to assist the District & Provincial Ministry to monitor fish stock, water quality, and assist with the Wetland Rehabilitation Project
HVOA General Meetings:
Held on the 1st Thursday of the month from September to June (No meetings July/August), 7:30pm at the Fire Hall.
Currently being held in person & virtually. Information and link sent to all HVOA members monthly
New Members Welcome – please e-mail HVOALoganLake@gmail.com for more information