100 Mile House is located on BC Highway 97, 70 miles north of Cache Creek, 56 miles south of Williams Lake and 204 miles south of Prince George.
Visitor Information: South Cariboo Visitor Centre is located in the log building by 100 Mile House Marsh; look for the 39-foot-long cross-country skis.
100 Mile House was once a stop for fur traders, and later a post house on the Cariboo Waggon Road to the goldfields. Today, 100 Mile House is the service centre for the South Cariboo, and has 2 lumber mills and an Oriented Strand Board (OSB) plant. It is also the “hand-crafted log home capital of North America,” with an extensive log home industry. Visitor services in this bustling community include food and lodging at several restaurants and motels; gas stations with repair service; 3 supermarkets; a post office, banks and a government liquor store. Dry site camping at the Municipal Campground.
- Centennial Park picnicking and scenic walking trail to Bridge Creek Falls.
- Fishing lakes along Horse Lake Road.
- Guided tours of mills and log home sites.