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On the way

It is on the way to Barkerville, and I recommend seeing this first since it will give you a little... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Ydnar
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British Columbia
Interesting stop on the way to Barkerville

A friend recommended we stop here on the way to Barkerville, BC. We found it to be a small farm... read more

Reviewed 14 June 2018
susanaloberg
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Grande Prairie Alberta
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4 weeks ago
“On the way”
13 Jun 2018
“Interesting stop on the way to Barkerville”
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4660 Barkerville Hwy, Barkerville, British Columbia V2J 6T8, Canada
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

It is on the way to Barkerville, and I recommend seeing this first since it will give you a little taste of what to expect farther down the road. We visited after our two days in Barkerville and at that point it really was just...More

Thank Ydnar
Reviewed 14 June 2018

A friend recommended we stop here on the way to Barkerville, BC. We found it to be a small farm like property with a few animals, furnished in early 19th/20th century style. We couldn't enter the house, but could look into it. There is a...More

Thank susanaloberg
Reviewed 2 November 2017

A look at an "Old West" stage stopping point along the Cariboo Trail. This post was active during the 1860's Gold Rush in this area. It connected to towns like Richfield and Barkerville in their boom times

Thank bdh520
Reviewed 5 July 2017

Small cabins sleep 6 with a reasonable cost of $35. per night. Great restaurant - limited menu but reasonable cost. Clean and convenient bathroom/shower buildings. Fully stocked kitchen building for cooking/preparing [ your own meals. Lovely historic site. Horse drawn carriage rides available. Great staff....More

Thank 123east635
Reviewed 23 June 2017 via mobile

This was a total waste of time and extra expense not worth your Time or money Parking however is good and if you have young children it's a nice place for them to run around

Thank Wainwrp
Reviewed 7 June 2017

We paid for the tour of the house which was really worth it. It's by donation. A fully furnished home to period which makes it so much more fun.

Thank Shirley M
Reviewed 29 May 2017

The Cottonwood Site was worth seeing as the log structures are impressive in terms of imagining what the early settlers experienced in the early days without all the modern conveniences we enjoy. Plan for an hour there provided you are not travelling at peak times...More

Thank BreezeAway
Reviewed 17 August 2016

We've driven past this Historic site many times over the years and never stopped. We finally did this time. It was a nice venue, not too big but we enjoyed everything we saw. There are rv campsites available as well. Worth the stop and entrance...More

Thank mickey448
Reviewed 14 July 2016

We stayed on site, and enjoyed our cabin. Hosts were friendly, and cooked us breakfast in the General Store.

Thank FVgirl
Reviewed 23 June 2016

On the road to Barkerville and Wells is this often passed, but rarely stopped at location. Well worth the effort to stop as it tells a lot about life around here, the trail to Barkerville was tough and you stopped here for a rest. The...More

Thank Tom W
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