The District of 100 Mile House boasts a number of parks and trails for residents and visitors to enjoy. Learn more about our outdoor amenities and opportunities to get active outside!
100 Mile House Parks & Trails
99 Mile offers walking, biking, snowshoeing, cross-country skiing, snowmobiling, moto-cross, equestrian and archery. Just south of 100 Mile House turn onto Ainsworth Road to access this recreation haven! It is home to the 100 Mile Nordics, 100 Mile Snowmobile Club and the famous Stormrider trail used by the HunCity Mountain Bike Club.
The Demonstration Forest and Nature Trail is managed for multiple uses and a wonderful opportunity to discover this natural forested area. This is also an active Woodlot area so please obey any signage.
For more information on the 99 Mile Recreation area, woodlot and demonstration forest trails please contact the District office at 250-395-2434
Just east of downtown, visitors enjoy the vastness of Centennial Park, known for its playground, picnic area, tennis courts, walking trails, dynamic waterfalls, skateboard park and campground facilities. If you or a member of your family are interested in booking Centennial Park for a large event please call (250) 395-2434.
Centennial Park gates and washroom are now closed for the season.
Located at 403 Cedar Avenue. Park Entrance pictured below.Image
To host an event at Centennial Park : Park Permit Application
Park at the South Cariboo Visitor Center and enjoy this 1.5km walk around the 100 Mile Marsh. The marsh walk is a low-mobility trail full of wildlife viewing opportunities.
The Dog park is located behind the South Cariboo Recreation Centre, it is a fenced area designated for your furry friends to run free and play!
The campground is now closed for the 2022 season, to re open in May of 2023.
Our Municipal RV Park & Campsite is a first come first serve site, reservations are not required and space is limited ($15.00 a night).
The Trails Linkage Plan has been formulated to identify a unified network of existing and proposed trails providing a comprehensive trail system throughout the Municipality of 100 Mile House. By involving local user groups, through community input and by discussions with individual land owners, the plan has addressed all present and future needs within the community in a manner which will allow the implementation of the plan over time for the benefit of residents, businesses and visitors to 100 Mile House.
Encouraging Tourism Sector Product and Business Development in the Cariboo-Chilcotin
This project report details the development of a universal trail system between 70 Mile House and Wells, known as the Gold Rush Snowmobile Trail. By linking businesses and communities with a network of existing trails, this project has produced a single, more marketable trail that is expected to lead to many tangible tourism and recreation driven business opportunities in the Cariboo region.