Lakes District Secondary School (LDSS) is located at 685 Yellowhead Highway 16 in Burns Lake, BC. Our mailing address is PO Box 3000 Burns Lake, BC V0J 1E0.
Area information below is from the Village of Burns Lake:
Burns Lake is located in the heart of northern British Columbia, about 228 km west of Prince George on Highway 16. Our Village has a diverse population of 3,649 residents (including Ts'il Kaz Koh and Lake Babine Nation) and serves a surrounding area of approximately 10,000 residents in the Regional District of Bulkley-Nechako.
Surrounded by nature, there are numerous options for all recreational enthusiasts who call our area home or make it their summer and winter vacation destination. Spirit Square is a community waterfront park complete with recreation and meeting areas for both residents and visitors alike. Spirit Square also boasts free fitness stations, public docks and a boat launch. A wide variety of hiking trails, canoeing and kayaking areas as well as an abundance of lakes to fish or boat on are right outside your door. Burns Lake is also fortunate to have world class mountain bike trails, with more than 13 km. of downhill trails and seven km. of cross-country trails, located just five minutes from the Village centre. The Omineca Ski Club founded in 1927 has over 26 km. of cross country ski trails and two snowshoe trails (a 1.7 km and 3 km trail).