Red Coach Inn
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Red Coach Inn 100 Mile House
Travel Blogs from 100 Mile House
... on there way to the Gold Fields. We spent a day there a couple of years ago. Very interesting place with good lunch and ice cream. We passed Clinton, which was the furtherest North we have traveled in Canada in past years.
Finally arrived at Big Country RV and Campground. We have found the mosquitoes. We heard they get bigger as we travel into Alaska. ...
... behind the counter what was offering in the way of attractions in the area and she asked if we had a good book - (pretty boring around here) so we decided to move on to areas more exciting. Up another road to Buffalo Creek and into Canim Lake for the night so we can do a bit of hiking in the Wells Grey Park in the morning. This area is an Indian Reservation - Secwepemc tribe. The RV park is pretty cool - the owner has a great log house, ...
We are in transition mode over the next couple of days. From the first half which I'll call Canada/Alaska portion to the second half Northwest/California/Southwest visit. The RV also needs some scheduled maintenance. The oil needs to be changed, brakes and tires checked. We have an appointment at a truck top in Mount Vernon Washington. There we will do many loads of ...
July 23. Arrived at lac La Hache. Had a great visit with Russ and Lila and stayed the nite.. Thanks again for the hospitality. After a tremendous breakfast and lots of coffee we were on the road again heading towards Kamloops. Just past 100 Mile House we took Highway 24 East to Highway 5 and then down to Kamloops. Tremendous ride with beautiful ...
... the heat in the 90's. We headed east along the Fraser River to the town of Hope, where the road turned north, and the temps hit 95 with a nice breeze to keep us comfortable. We had anticipated this weather all the way to 100 Mile House, our stop for the night, 240 miles away. We didn't check the forecast for the route in between (ignorance is bliss, as they say).
As we headed north along the "Gold Rush ...