100 Mile House RVing stories

Check out the RVing opportunities in 100 Mile House, British Columbia

In the serene South Cariboo, 100 Mile House is the perfect choice for your next camping excursion. The Fraser River runs through the area, making it prime territory for all sorts of recreational adventures—including vast wetlands where birdwatching opportunities abound. Scroll down on our 100 Mile House landing page for extensive information on tourist attractions, visitor information, sani-dumps, RV dealers, campsites and more.

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Horses, heritage and gold fever

The mule trains, freight wagons and lonely faces of miners making their way north to the gold fields are long gone, but RVers can still trace the footsteps of their 1860s counterparts by travelling B.C.’s fabled Gold Rush Trail.

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Top things to see and do in 100 Mile House

This South Cariboo community has both indoor and outdoor attractions for RVers to enjoy.

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Flock to the marsh

Catch a glimpse of many kinds of birds and wildlife around 100 Mile House in the B.C. Interior.
by Trevor Crawley
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Discover the unexpected

Every turn in the Cariboo Chilcotin Coast provides the traveller with delights
by Tanya Laing Gahr
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A place to stop and enjoy

Originally the site of one of the earliest roadhouses on the Cariboo Wagon Road that serviced British Columbia’s Cariboo Gold Rush, 100 Mile House continues to be a great place for travellers to settle in.
by Joni Krats

RV-friendly businesses near 100 Mile House