Lillooet Lake Estates is a 152-lot subdivision on the northeast side of Lillooet Lake in the traditional territory of the Lil’wat People. Lillooet Lake Estates is about seven kilometres south of Highway 99 on the In-SHUCK-ch Forest Service Road (formerly known as the Pemberton – Douglas Forest Service Road).
In effect, the subdivision is an unincorporated village. The administrator is a company called Lillooet Lake Estates Ltd., which serves as a village government as a result of the founding of the estates through a Land Use Contract with the Squamish Lillooet Regional District.
Lillooet Lake Estates Ltd. is run by a Board of Directors who are elected annually by means of a “section” or “ward” system whereby 6 neighbourhood groups of property owners elect 2 representatives each in order to form a group of 12 Directors.
Lillooet Lake Estates Ltd. acts like a strata property manager and provides municipal services for the residents of Lillooet Lake Estates such as water, road improvements, parks, fire protection, snow clearing, etc.