Nothing beats a day out on the water when it’s scorching hot outside, and when it comes to fun on the water there is nowhere better than Christina Lake. Whatever your speed, the lake offers something for every water lover and boating enthusiast, from adventure seekers to simple relaxation. At 18 km long and 1.5 km wide, and over 25 km² of surface area to enjoy, there is plenty of room to spend hours at your favorite water sports and activities, from waterskiing, wakeboarding, wake surfing or tubing, to touring, fishing, paddling a kayak or canoe.
The warm water of Christina Lake enables boaters to enjoy water sports through the spring, summer, and into fall. The North end of the lake offers a number of sandy, boat access beaches, just perfect for a day’s outing.
For those who favour a more leisurely pace, grab the family and some friends and tour the lake on a pontoon boat. The scenery is wonderful, and you’ll find plenty of things to see on our 45km of shoreline, including historic petroglyphs dating back hundreds of years. Pause for a swim in our clear, warm water, or make a stopover and discover the massive Cedar trees in our magnificent old growth forest at Troy Creek.
There are two public boat launches located off East Lake Drive, one at the Christina Lake Marina, where boat and equipment rentals are available, the other at Texas Point near the entrance to Gladstone Provincial Park. You can also go to Schulli Resort for a fee.
There are two public boat launches located off East Lake Drive, one at...
Christina Lake is surrounded by some amazingly beautiful creeks and rivers which offer great opportunities for kayaking and canoeing. Check with the Christina Lake Marina, WildWays and Seasons Watersports for information, rentals and guided trips and lessons in paddle boarding, kayaking, wakeboarding, water skiing and more!
Christina Lake is surrounded by some amazingly beautiful creeks and rivers which offer...