Play in This Region

Voted the number one adventure town in BC by Explore magazine, the diversity of our natural environment lends itself to an abundance of different types of activities for people of all ages and abilities. Home to pristine wilderness, established trail networks, top notch golf courses, and a thriving arts scene the options are limitless. Our area provides community members with experiences the big city simply does not offer. Living in our area allows those who take the opportunity to explore, a richness that cannot be found anywhere else in our province. Another bonus that comes with living in a small town are the thriving community organizations that are always looking to get new residents involved in activities. Our area and the amazing organizations that have developed provides people with the ability to become instantly connected.


While the opportunities are endless, a few of the local favourites include:

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Opportunity awaits in 100 Mile House, but some local favourites include:

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Come explore the vast wilderness, where Indigenous Culture abounds, and an outdoor lifestyle is calling you.


  • Churn Creek Protected Area – hiking, picnic, salmon run, petroglyphs, Fraser River meets Churn Creek – Empire Valley Road
  • Farwell Canyon Sand Dunes – near Riske Creek, natural sand dunes overlooking Chilcotin River, old homestead, great hike to the dunes
  • Tatlyako Lake – provincial site, camping, swimming, wildlife
  • Tatla has a thriving community (despite its small size) ◦http://•
  • Anahim Lake – Fishing (Dean River), hiking, canoeing, easy access to Tweedsmuir Provincial Park, Itcha Ilgachuz Provincial Park (hiking, horseback riding, rustic camping), trail rides (by Six Mile Ranch)
  • Nimpo Lake – fly in fly out (float plane)


  • Moffat Falls – Horsefly
  • Horsefly River – salmon run, campground, walking trails ◦
  • Horsefly Provincial Park – campground, lake
  • Quesnel Forks – ghost town
  • Quesnel Lake
  • Gavin Lake Forest Education Centre
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