Guest Ranches & Horseback Riding
Horseback riding (Albert Normandin photo)
For visitors seeking a Canadian cowboy experience, 100 Mile House is well-known for its wide variety of guest and dude ranches located within the surrounding area.
These ranches offer every level of services and amenties and cater to those seeking anything from pure luxury, to something more basic and rustic – several even have teepees for rent! Accommodation on a ranch may be rooms within in the main lodge and most have self contained cabins. The services and activities can vary widely.
Horseback Riding and Trips
All ranches offer horseback riding for guests and some offer the opportunity to visitors from other accommodations or campgrounds. Young children are allowed by some (check with the individual ranch) to ride, and a few offer riding instruction. Many have trail rides and overnight trips, as well as sleigh or hay rides. A few bill themselves as "working guest ranches," inviting guests to participate in daily chores. All ranches have either a restaurant or a private dining room for guests, so there's no need to run to town for a meal.
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5770 Spring Lake Rd
100 Mile House, British Columbia
Travelling through 100 Mile House? Book your horse, wagon and sleigh rides through 4,000 hectares (10,000 acres) forest and field. Stay in your own log cabin overlooking private Spring Lake. There's so much to do for free during your stay overnight at this beautiful guest ranch - canoeing, pedal boating, swimming, fishing, games room, floor hockey in the barn. Help out with the cattle ranch operation and become a true cowboy or cowgirl.
Free winter activities include cross-country skiing, ice-skating, snowshoeing, tubing or sledding. Rent snowmobiles. Whether a trail ride, wagon or sleigh ride, or for a week long stay, you'll wish you'd stayed longer.