2017 Keystone Bunkhouse
2017 Keystone Bunkhouse
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100 Mile House, a city in the Cariboo Region of British Columbia, was first established during the mid-19th-century gold rush when fortune-seekers made their way north from Lillooet. The town was approximately 100 miles from Lillooet, one of many posts selling supplies. When the gold rush excitement diminished and people moved on, ranchers moved in and took over. A stagecoach located at the north end of town represents the community's history; visitors can have their picture taken with it. A photo of you and your companions with the stagecoach and your 100 Mile House RV rental could be a “before and after” picture of sorts.
The surrounding terrain is a plateau situated between the Coastal Mountains and the Rocky Mountains. It is separated from the Chilcotin Region by the Fraser River. Visitors can arrive by bus or by airplane at private airstrips. There is an airport located in Williams Lake, servicing commercial flights from other cities. Search for an RV in 100 Mile House and you will be following in the footsteps of past explorers, although their transportation wasn't as comfortable as your 100 Mile House motorhome rental. Other nearby cities worth exploring are Williams Lake, Clinton, Ashcroft, Lillooet, and Clearwater. Lillooet is an outdoor mecca, sitting at the foot of the Coastal Mountain Range, and the conjunction of the Fraser River and Seton Lake. Clinton, like 100 Mile House, sits on a plateau near two provincial parks and is a good resource for horseback riding.
Moose Valley Provincial Park is a nature preserve consisting of forested areas and a chain of 12 lakes that are ideal for canoeing and kayaking. Visitors here can have the opportunity to see a variety of bird species, such as loons and Bonaparte gulls. Those who choose to embark on a canoe or kayak trip will need to portage between the lakes but will have the chance to see beaver lodges, reeds and mosses, and even more plant life. The park has few amenities, in order to keep it unspoiled, so tourists should carry water and whatever supplies they require; park administrators ask guests to please pack out what they carry in and help to protect the environment.
Green Lake Provincial Park is a collection of sites, such as hills, lakes, and islands, situated within the Cariboo region; the terrain consists of aspen and lodgepole pine forests, and open undergrowth areas. The park officially opened in 1975 and, unlike some other provincial parks, was partially developed to encourage outdoor recreation. Summer activities include fishing, swimming, and waterskiing; boats with motors are allowed, as are canoes and kayaks. The park is a good area for nature walks and hikers will have the opportunity to spot moose and deer, black bears, squirrels and marmots, and more. Park your 100 Mile House travel trailer rental nearby and use it as a blind for viewing or even photographing what you see.
Chasm Ecological Reserve is a provincial park and was first created in 1940, then later expanded in 1995. Its purpose is to protect the pine forests, and low elevation lakes and marshes that make up its environment. These habitats are home to numerous plant and animal life, as well as the colorful geological formations that were created by silt from melting glaciers at the end of the last ice age. Hikers and photographers will be in heaven, observing and photographing the moose, black bear, coyotes and other animals of various sizes that call the park home. Also on hand for viewing are songbirds and birds of prey.
There are numerous RV campgrounds very close to 100 Mile House. The region's plateau environment makes it an ideal location for RV camping and your RV rental near 100 Mile House is perfectly suited for this landscape and keeping you comfortable. Most RV resorts in this area have restrooms, showers, and Wi-Fi. Many individual sites within these campgrounds have dirt or gravel pads. Some of the campgrounds also have tent sites and may have cabins, and are child and pet-friendly.
Fawn Lake Resort is an RV campground with a recreation room, playground, and lake access. Some of the sites have water only and there is a pet area where you can walk your dogs. There are grassy areas and laundry facilities, and available activities include canoeing or kayaking (rentals are available), or fishing.
Willow Spring Resort has full hookups, pull through sites and big rig access. Guests here can use the recreational trails or go fishing in the pond, off of the dock.
Your first stop in the city should be the South Cariboo Visitor Centre, where staff can answer questions and point you in the right direction for whatever it is you want to do. The center has a gift and souvenir shop, with books on the history and environment of the area; it also has a picnic area looking out onto a marsh that is home to a variety of bird species. Visitors to this town can go bowling or visit an art gallery. Those who want to continue absorbing the fresh air can take in a round of golf. There are custom breweries and a good selection of restaurants when you hunger kicks in.
There are both locally owned and operated restaurants within 100 Mile House, as well as some chain style eateries. One establishment serves both Mexican and German food; diners checking this out can try the Reuben sandwich or fajitas with beans, sour cream, and salsa. There are Asian restaurants serving Chinese, Japanese and Thai food; Chinese culture plays an important role in Canadian history and you will find Chinese outlets almost anywhere you go.
Visitors hoping for a quiet night in can order takeout or purchase some groceries and enjoy a nice home-cooked meal in their 100 Mile House camper rental. What better way to end the day than dining out under the stars.