Hot Springs is reputed to be the second largest hot spring in North
America and the third largest in the world. Visitors and locals
enjoy the therapeutic value of the natural non-sulphur mineral water,
which is treated with an ozone system, the first by a public pool
There are four
therapeutic pools and waterslides. The Main Pool (temperature 30°C/90°F)
has a large swimming area, a diving pool, and a roped off wading
pool for the younger guests. Relief from rheumatism, arthritis,
and skin ailments may be provided by a soak in the therapeutic mineral
water in the Hot Tub pool (41°C/105°F).
by children and thrill seekers include the indoor high-rise Splashdown
Slides (30°C/90°F), the Cannonball Drop, the Turtle waterslides
(32°C/93°F) for younger children, and the UFO water playground water
fountain park. The two outdoor slides empty into a large wading
Hot Springs is a family oriented resort located on 1,000 acres of
farmland at Lakelse Lake, south of Terrace in Northern BC. After
your soothing soak, visitors can stroll about the working farm and
see and pet some of the farm animals that include donkeys, goats,
sheep, and ducks, or take a 20-minute walk through lush forest to
beautiful Lakelse Lake, with the opportunity to view local wildlife
Also on site
at Mount Layton Hot Springs are a motel, lounge, and a restaurant
with banquet facilities. Camping is also available at the popular
campground at Lakelse Lake Provincial Park.
The Mount Layton Hot Springs are located at Lakelse Lake, 15 minutes
south of the community of Terrace in Northern British Columbia.
Lakelse Lake is accessed on Highway 37, which leads to the community
of Kitimat on Minette Bay.
Mount Layton Hot Springs
PO Box 550