A Few Facts
POPULATION: 15,000 (non-seasonal)
Distance from 100 Mile House to:
Williams Lake - 91 km (57 miles)
Kamloops - 196 km (122 miles)
Kelowna - 356 km (221 miles)
Prince George - 326 km (203 mi.)
Vancouver - 449 km (279 miles)
Edmonton - 810 km (503 miles)
Calgary - 825 km (513 miles)
Hwy. 97 (North/South)
Hwy. 24 (East/West)
4 distinct Seasons...
We invite you to come and try them all!
MAJOR ECONOMIC BASE:
Forestry - Sawmills, OSB, Logging, Silviculture,
Tourism - Lake resorts, Guest ranches, Outfitters
WHERE IN THE WORLD IS THE
The South Cariboo is a sub-region of the Cariboo Regional District in the Interior of British Columbia, Canada. Its main population centre is the District Municipality of 100 Mile House, a community of approximately 2,000 residents. 13,000 people live in the surrounding 3 electoral areas of the South Cariboo. There are many "summer residents" who move in to their seasonal properties located throughout the area during the warm weather.
100 Mile House is located approximately 450 km north of Vancouver, BC on Highway 97.
South Cariboo Communities
The South Cariboo boundaries are roughly described as 70 Mile House in the South to Lac La Hache in the North, and the Fraser River to the West to Lac des Roches and Mahood Lake to the East. The region includes 100 Mile House and many smaller communities such as Forest Grove, Buffalo Creek, Lac La Hache, 108 Mile Ranch, Lone Butte, Sheridan Lake, Bridge Lake, and Watch Lake/Green Lake. Click on map for more details
There are many service & support businesses throughout the area, plus many home-based entrepreneurial enterprises and a variety of talented artisans.
Shopping experiences can range from funky to fabulous, but always interesting. Our many artisans and crafters are incredibly talented, and they create works of art that are unique, rare, one-of-a-kind, and always interesting.