Elinor Lake Resort has 162 lake lots.
Some face directly onto the lake. Others are further back or higher up the hill. Some of the higher ones have great views. Lots furthest from the lake are next to the Natural Area. All lots are serviced with water and sewer.
CURRENT SPECIAL: Elinor Lake Resort is offering rent-to-own with zero percent interest when the lot is purchased at the currently listed value. With a cash deal, or the purchase of multiple lots at the same time, buyers can get 25% off.
All lots provide easy access into Lakeland Provincial Park. This is also the reason Elinor Lake Resort is considered the Canmore of the North.
BARELAND CONDO EXPLAINED
Condominiums are special pieces of real estate. Part of the property is owned privately. Part is owned by everyone together.
In bareland condominiums, the lots are owned privately. Common areas like the roadways and dumping station are owned together.
Most frequently asked questions
Lot prices start at $73,900 CDN. This is some of the most affordable recreational property in western Canada. For pricing on a specific lot, check HERE.
Yes! Elinor Lake Resort is currently offering a zero percent financing special. Century 21 can also help you arrange a deal.
Be sure to ask about our special offers related to cash purchases or buying more than one lot at the same time.
Yes! Owners are encouraged to build a cabin or cottage.
No. Some buyers will park a recreational vehicle (RV). Some will hold the property as an investment.
The lots are serviced with water and sewer.
The lots are fully serviced. This includes water, sewer, gas and electricity.
Yes. This is common with any condominium. The fees are $1500 per year. The year-end is May 31st.
Condo fees are used to take care of the common areas and amenities like the roadways and the dumping station. The fees also cover water and sewer for your lot.
Owners elect a condo board. Note, Elinor Lake Resort is currently still a major shareholder, though the resort normally supports the decisions of the other owner board members.
The Condo Association is managed by a Board which runs the day to day operations. Elinor Lake Resort is no longer the majority shareholder, though it is still a major one.