Centennial Park is a leisure park and trail destination located in the small community of 100 Mile House, British Columbia, Canada. The wide open spaces, the Bridge Creek Trail and the well maintained grass lawns provide an ideal setting for summer activities.
Begbie Lookout Trail is a short but steep hiking path located south of the community of 100 Mile House, British Columbia, Canada. The hiking trail climbs up the side of Begbie Mountain to a 1923 working Forest Fire Lookout Station used during the summer months to spot wildfires.
Cougar Lake is only one of the many hundred of lakes found in the Interlakes Highway region located east of 100 Mile House, British Columbia, Canada. The extensive lake system is connected by a serious of gravel roads and wilderness hiking trails.
108 Mile Ranch | 108 Mile House is a heritage site dating back to the Cariboo Gold Rush days of the late 1800s and early 1900s. Starting back in 1867 the ranch played a big part in the development of the region as a Post House servicing the miners and trappers...
100 Mile Marsh is a small wetland area popular for birds, especially water fowl, and birdwatchers. Depending on the month, depends on the birds spotted in the marsh. The wetland marsh is located on Highway 97 in the town of 100 Mile House, British Columbia, Canada.
Deception Falls Trail is a short, steep hiking trail leading to a fenced viewpoint, high up on a ridge, offering up views of a cascading waterfall in a deep forested canyon. The popular hiking trail neighbours Mahood Lake which is located in Wells Gray Provincial Park, east of 100 Mile House.
The townsite is small with a general store, community hall, a park and some other buildings located on main street (Hwy 24). It is the surrounding wilderness area around Lone Butte, the many lakes, that one will find a good selection of resorts, retreats, lodges, B&Bs & cottages servicing travelers