Community Forest

The 100 Mile Development Corporation manages the Community Forest on a multi-use basis with the primary focus on good environmental stewardship, guaranteed recreational and public use opportunities and the continued enhancement of the forest resource.  Management objectives always address the stability of the local economy while preserving the complete community forest resource for future generations.

When You Are in the Community Forest

  • Respect other users of the forest
  • All garbage to be packed out
  • Stay on existing trails
  • Respect private property and fences
  • No trail-building
  • Firewood cutting is allowed, but requires a free permit from the District of 100 Mile House and Ministry of Forests, Lands & Natural Resource Operations

Please see the District of 100 Mile House CFA Map and zoom into your area of interest. 

Use at your own risk:

  • Trails are un-maintained 'recreational' trails
  • There are natural hazards in the forest (e.g. bears, cougars)
  • There may be active logging in the forest from time to time

Community Forest News

, Type: Community Forest, News Release
Tuesday, October 12, 2021 – For Immediate Release October 12, 2021 – A Message from Mayor and Council I hope everyone had a healthy and happy…
, Type: Community Forest, Public Notice
NOTICE of PILE BURNING within the Community Forest and Woodlot 0577 (99 Mile) To complete the fuel mitigation treatments on both Woodlot 0577 (99…
, Type: Community Forest, News Release
Notice from the 100 Mile Development Corporation Now that the Fire Danger Rating is lower, we have received some precipitation, and more seasonal…
, Type: Community Forest
Forestry crews are planning to burn small piles of woody debris in the 100 Mile Community Forest over the next month. Smoke and flames may be visible…
, Type: Community Forest
, Type: Community Forest, News Release
Last updated Mar 24, 2021