Tse’Khene Food and Fuel

Accommodations and Tours-Arts-Food & Beverage

Let Tse’Khene Food & Fuel be your first stop into McLeod Lake. With everything a traveller could need, the site features a full-service covered gas station offering gas, diesel and tobacco along with a well-stocked grocery store for all of your essentials. Centrally located in a beautiful and modern building, Tse’Khene Food & Gas is open to the public with both Status and non-status prices.

Ease the hunger monster and fill up with a hearty meal at the Little Teapot Cafe, serving traditional comfort fan favourites. Featuring healthy options as well, each bite brings a level of unparalleled satisfaction. Experience service with a smile and quality standards throughout.

After a delicious meal, give into the heavy eyelids and finally rest that weary head in the comfortable lodging facilities with a selection of four separate hotel rooms. Two rooms are double occupancy with two double beds per space and the other two rooms are single occupancy with a king size bed in each. There is no extra effort required, just roll in, relax and let the staff handle the rest. A delicious breakfast service is just a quick call away.

Meet Tse'khene Community Development Corporation

Meet Tse'khene Community Development Corporation

Led by a volunteer-run board of directors consisting primarily of local band members, Tse’Khene Community Development Corporation encourages the enhancement and growth of the Tse’Khene First Nations community within McLeod Lake. The corporation aims to “support, coordinate and facilitate business and community development activities that will improve the quality of life for McLeod Lake Tse’Khene."

The board of directors are dedicated to upholding the values of the corporation and supporting their local economy. Small businesses and artisans are featured within the Cafe and Bed and Breakfast and additionally, the site is used as a venue for community events such as craft fairs.

Without the support of the residents, Tse’Khene Community Development Corporation wouldn’t have the opportunity to run such an establishment. The Business Development Officer, Deborah Prince says McLeod Lake is a gem because of “the community support, the family atmosphere and the loyalty and faith of our family and friends.”

1 Ah\\\\\\\'da Rd
McLeod Lake, BC V0J 2G0


Monday to Friday
8:00 am - 6:00 pm

Saturday & Sunday
10:00 am - 6:00 pm