Lakepoint Golf and Country Club is located on the shores of Charlie Lake, minutes from Fort St. John. We were established in 1958 as a 9-hole golf course and have evolved throughout the years into Northern BC’s Best. In 1974 we hired Norman Woods to design our second nine, and redesign the existing one. He has left a very fun and memorable tree lined layout, in a beautiful setting with great views.
Lakepoint also offers many amenities, including a full-service restaurant and lounge, fully stocked pro shop, campground, driving range, and putting green. Our restaurant boasts home cooking, two patios to enjoy the views, and daily specials. Our pro shop employs Professional Staff who are here to help with all your golfing needs. We sell high quality golf clubs, clothing, and accessories at very competitive prices.
Lakepoint is proud to be a non-profit organization, providing a quality recreational experience for residents and guests of the Peace Country. We invite you to ‘Swing by the Lake!’ and hope to see you soon!
Our Pro Shop offers the latest in golf merchandise and services, as well as custom fittings, demo clubs, regripping and repair services. We also do special orders, anything golf, any brand, we can order it for you!
We host several demo days throughout the year, for various manufacturers. Golfers of all abilities – members & non members – everyone is welcome to come out and take part. Check our Events Calendar for more information.
Does your company order staff apparel – shirts, jackets, hats? We offers a wide range of corporate items that can be logoed with your corporate logo or message – and all at incredibly low prices! Please take a look at our Corporate Catalog to see what we have to offer.
The Lido Theatre
Originally built by businessman C.C. Brooks, The Lido opened in 1957, ushering in 45 years of classic films up on the big screen. This was until 2002 when the doors of The Lido were closed and the new Landmark Cinema was opened in town. It wasn’t until 2007, after five years of abandonment, that The Lido was reopened and reenvisioned by local entrepreneur Brian Kirschner.
No longer just a movie theatre, The Lido is now a beast with many heads, having become an essential cog of cultural growth in the youthful community of Fort St. John.