Piper’s Glen Resort

Accommodations and Tours

Audacious travelers exploring through B.C.’s north will want to stop and stay for a while at Piper’s Glen Resort. Located 90 minutes west of Prince George, B.C. on Highway 16 East, Piper’s Glen Resort is a picturesque and peaceful setting that overlooks beautiful Fraser Lake.

Piper’s Glen Resort offers pull through RV sites, campsites and clean and cozy cabins all situated overtop of the broad expanse of the gorgeous local lake.

Each campsite is grassed with a leveled gravel pad for your vehicle and the centrally located showers and flush toilets are free of charge. Comfy cabins that sleep two to six people are also available and come fully furnished with a fridge and stove.

Don’t miss out on your opportunity to relax in B.C.’s beautiful northern region. Be sure to add a stop at the beautiful Piper’s Glen Resort to your travel plans today! It’s just viewtiful!

Meet Ken Lindenberger & Lori Reich

Meet Ken Lindenberger & Lori Reich

The allure of the open road and the solace of home come together when you’re traveling in your recreational vehicle. But, be aware that not all RV parks are created equal.

Fort Fraser locals Lori Reich and Ken Lindenberger purchased Piper's Glen Resort back in 1990 and are proud to offer their visitors a little piece of paradise.

Initially an initiative to earn an income while at home with her children, Lori says being an entrepreneur has been a great way to build personal relationships with fellow business leaders and says her new office is in a wonderful location. “We chose to build our business here to be by the lake,” says Lori. “I’m really proud that we have such natural beauty here. It adds so much to the property. Fort Fraser is such a friendly place, you will always see someone you know when you walk down the street.”

Lori's favorite spots around town are actually just outside of it. She frequents the rural areas and admits that during her down time, she’s most likely out walking her dog around the many local lakes or enjoying the scenery at White Swan Park.

Admittedly, the town has grown quiet after the mill shut down but Lori believes that small businesses are going to be what keeps Fort Fraser going. She’s proud that she and her husband are doing their part to increase economic growth, bringing happy customers back year after year.

14108 Highway 16 E
Fort Fraser, BC V0J 1N0


Sunday - Thursday
9:00 am - 9:00 pm
Friday - Saturday
9:00 am - 10:00 pm