The price per night in Williams Lake starts at $66.
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Williams Lake Information
About Williams Lake
In British Columbia, Williams Lake is a gorgeous area that will get you right into the heart of nature. With ranch-like land and related culture, the gold-rush history makes the Lake an interesting visit in Cariboo Country. Williams Lake can be calm and tranquil, or exhilarating and adventurous depending on your personality. Enjoy the local cowboy color as well as the water!
Things to do in Williams Lake
The Williams Lake Stampede is an annual event over Canada Day weekend in July, full of entertainment for you to enjoy! The town-wide parade is a sight to see, followed by street parties and barn dances that make for a perfect summer night. Don’t forget that the Stampede itself is the main event, with bull riding, racing and roping taking center stage and representing cowboy pride. Go skiing and snowboarding at the Mount Timothy Ski Area if you’re feeling wintry, or go mountain biking and hiking through the many trails near the lake. Water sports are popular, with whitewater rafting, fishing, canoeing, and kayaking available to you on the lake. The Museum of the Cariboo Chilcotin is home to the Cowboy Hall of Fame — so buckle up! Also, the Station House Gallery displays local artworks, holding monthly art shows.
Day trips from Williams Lake
Xat’sull Heritage Village is just half an hour away from Williams Lake, and makes for a peaceful day trip with you and your family. See the Majestic Fraser River running alongside the village, where you can see incredible fish, plants and other wildlife. You can take one of the daily tours to learn more about the culture, and take part in activities — even visiting the town Elders and experiencing their storytelling. The city of Kamloops, also in British Columbia is about a three hour drive away from Williams Lake. Prince George is a little closer, at two and a half hours away.
Williams Lake accommodations
Tripping has a selection of rentals that you can browse through while searching for your Williams Lake vacation home. If you’re looking for a ranch-like lodging off the beaten path, some of the rentals will fit the bill. Find hotels for you to come back to at the end of a long day of hiking. Get relaxing and head out to Williams Lake.
Transportation in Williams Lake
Williams Lake is accessible by car, which might come in handy for the duration of your trip also. While at the lake, walking the trails or around the water is encouraged, so don’t miss out! You can take Greyhound buses to Williams Lake from Vancouver, Kamloops, and Prince George. There’s also public transportation to help you get around, from BC Transit to the HandyDART bus service. The Williams Lake Airport has daily flights to Vancouver.