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  • Takla Landing is located northwest of Fort St. James. Follow Leo Creek Road until it turns into Driftwood Road then continue 71.5 km until Apollo Road. Turn left and continue to village. This route is on unpaved forestry road. Alternatively, there is summer access to Takla Landing via Germansen Landing, on rough, unpaved road.

    The closest amenities and transportation options are located in Fort St. James.

  • Currently Takla Landing offers no banking or ATM services. The closest community to Takla Landing which provides these services is Vanderhoof.

    Takla Landing is in Nechako Lakes School District #91.

    Nus Wadeezulh Community School (K-9, 25 Students)
    c/o Takla Lake Band
    Takla Landing, BC, V0J 2T0
    P: 250 996-7877 | F: 250 996-7874

  • Omineca Provincial Park and Protected Area is located in Northeast British Columbia on Highway 97. The community of Takla Landing lies within the park on the shores of Takla Lake.

    Outdoor recreation dominates the park with canoeing being the most popular and picturesque. Depending on where you begin on Takla Lake, it will take you two to four days to canoe the Takla Lake/Stuart Lake system. The most common starting point is Takla Landing. It’s 118 miles (190 km) from there to Stuart River Campground, just south of Fort St. James. The route travels south down Takla Lake, along the Middle River to Trembleur Lake, then takes the Tachie River to Stuart Lake.

    For those wishing to experience extreme backwoods fishing, try Takla Lake Marine Provincial Park, almost 84 miles (135 km) northwest of Hwy 27 in Fort St. James via a network of gravel Forest Service roads, or any of the Nation Lakes, north of Fort St. James and east of Takla Lake.