Limestone Mountain is a privately owned, 1415 acre cattle ranch and equine facility located in the Central Cariboo Region of British Columbia. Diverse and pristine landscapes include rolling hills, pasture, hay fields, meadows and timber lots.  Brighten Lake is a private 50 acre recreational lake stocked with rainbow trout. The turn-key cattle ranch, full equine facilities, and scenic and diverse terrain all support an abundance of wildlife and create an eco-rich backdrop for year round outdoor recreation.    

1415 acres, 11 Deeded property titles, all under fence. All properties connected by excellent roads and trail networks throughout. No satellite properties and no leased lands to contend with -- 100% Consolidated freehold ownership!! Cattle all run under fence.

Crown lands to the south, with excellent paved road access from Ridge Road on the west & Likely Road on the east.

The Property



Fly Fishing, Trolling, Kayaking

Catch rainbow trout up to 5 pounds. Abundant wildlife including bald eagles, otter, & diverse bird life. The lake is boat-ready with docking facilities and a fully equipped boat house.

Try your hand at windsurfing or paddle-boarding. Swim in warm and pristine waters, sunbath on the spacious wharfs, or kayak among birdlife through the reeds and bayous.

Water Sports

Lots of room for family and friends with splendid camping and trailer sites right on the lake. Includes two beautiful timber-frame, eco-friendly lakeside cabins + a manager’s house.  . . . And lot’s of room for their horses!

Cabins, Campsites, Manager’s House

Cabin Interior

Open Country Recreation 

Exceptional bird-watching and nature photography. Explore miles of scenic back trails on horseback, on foot, by off-road bike or ATV.  In winter, snow-mobiling, snow-shoeing and cross-country skiing provide phenomenal experiences.

Abundant Wildlife Year Round

Prolific Wildlife includes: sandhill cranes, blue jays, bald eagles, golden eagles, loons, osprey, moose, deer, elk, bear, wolves, coyotes, otter, beaver, bobcat, cougar, and more.


  • 11 deeded parcels, 100% freehold ownership
  • No satellite properties, No lease lands
  • Just one consolidated “Home Ranch” (very unusual)!
  • Supports 175 cow/calf pairs all under fence
  • Cattle sorting facilities and all-season waterers
  • Excellent road access and excellent roads throughout
  • Calving barn, Equipment Sheds, Machine Shop


  • Facilities support a full-scale breeding operation
  • Craftsman-style 6 stall breeding barn
  • Office, tack and medic room
  • Round ring, riding ring, corrals, 2nd tack room
  • Paddocks with loafing sheds & pasturing areas
  • Miles of scenic trails through various terrain


  • 325 acres in hayfields
  • 550-600 tons of hay/annum
  • Many fields recently seeded & fertilized
  • Hay storage & equipment storage
  • Outbuildings support pigs and chickens
  • Farm Equipment available - information upon request

Please direct Inquiries regarding the offering of limestone mountain ranch to:

Leslie Redford
#800 – 15355 24th Avenue, Unit 162
Surrey, B.C.
V4A 2H9

Inquiry Mailing Address

Phone Number


There's life, and then there's living.

The Big Lake Community in the Central Cariboo Region, B.C. has a population of 500 with full telecommunications, a general store, gas facilities, elementary school, fire hall, post office, and recreation hall.  It is a 35 minute drive to Williams Lake, B.C.

Williams Lake, servicing a population of 30,000, is home to abundant equipment providers and ranch support industries. It is also home to the world-famous Williams Lake Stampede. There are 12 direct daily (1 hr) flights between Vancouver & Williams Lake.


*Click To Review Disclaimer

Buildings and Infrastructure

2000 sq. ft. Manager’s house, 2 lakeside cabins, highly finished craftsman-style breeding barn, 2 machine shops, 2 tack rooms, calving shed, equipment sheds, hay storage, loafing sheds, boat house, various outbuildings, equine corrals, round pen, sorting corrals, docks, excellent roads throughout, year-round livestock waterers, fencing and cross-fencing.

Barn Interior and Outbuildings
Fix the following errors: