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Hit the trails and enjoy the scenery.
Paddle to the KVR Trestle that crosses over Kettle River.
Spend a day exploring the beauty of Christina Lake.
Paddle by canoe or kayak to pictographs painted on lakeside cliffs.
Fly fishing, trolling, casting, or ice fishing in Christina Lake and the surrounding area. Join us for our annual Fishing Derby in late May
March and April is the best time for Rainbow Trout. Kokanee fishing is best in May and June. Bass runs from May until September. Carp, Mountain Whitefish, Prickly Sculpin, Slimy Sculpin and Northern Pikeminnow also call the lake home.
On a hot day there is nothing better than spending the day in and on the water. 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.
Spend a day floating down Christina Creek. The creek flows out of Christina Lake and joins up with Kettle River. A wonderful trail (Christina Creek Tail) also runs along the creek. The Painted Turtle makes this creek its home.
Bike trails in and around Christina Lake for all skill levels
Scenic hiking trails in and around Christina Lake for all skill levels