Opposite the rest stop at the north entrance to the 108 Ranch Development, This site offers a wonderful into the past. The exhibits are well displayed and the staff on hand are knowledgeable and friendly. The little store offers many local crafts at reasonable prices.
I loved the history. I find it amazing how people used to live in the olden days. How they got along so well without all the trappings of technology that we have today. Back then they weren't polluting the hell out of everything.
Great visitor center ! The kids loved checking out the worlds largest cross country skis. There was an event going on the day we were there so we were offered free cupcakes and there was even a bouncy castle. Staff were friendly and informative.
This site is easy to walk through. Buildings are relatively close together. Everything is nicely labled. The grounds are well kept. The little church is so pretty. The gift shop has an eclectic mix of items for purchase. The lake behind the site makes for postcard views. There is a picnic area and washrooms that are open year round.
We were using 100 Mile House as a base for a hunting trip. The adviser gave us advice about areas and locations. Maps and brochures are freely available.