Williams Lake is a small town in the Cariboo-Chilcotin region of British Columbia, Canada. With many lakes and ranches in the surrounding areas, it offers many possibilities to visitors. It is also the gateway to the Central Coast of British Columbia.
Greyhound makes a stop at Williams Lake on the way from Prince George to Cache Creek.
There are daily flights to Vancouver.
The world famous Williams Lake Stampede takes place on the Canada Day(July 1 )weekend and attracts top professional cowboys from across Canada and the United States.
The Gecko Tree cafe offers some amazing dishes, specializing in Vegetarian and local fresh grown food this cafe is a must see for all visitors.
Williams Lake being a small town doesn't have a great nightlife but on the weekend the drinking establishments do pick up. Best plan is to start at Oliver Street Bar and Grill and then move on to the Overlander pub for dancing after 9pm.
Oliver Street Bar and Grill is an excellent place to eat and drink. The food is really good with a varied menu and the service is excellent.
The Overlander pub is a hub of activity on the weekend with great food and nightly specials don't miss Wednesday wing night either.
If you like dancing and would enjoy a night out on the town the Overlander pub offers good food, dancing and lots of young people out for a good time. Looking for a more laid back environment? Oliver Street has more of a sports bar atmosphere. While those looking for a casual evening out could try The Point located above Chances Casino or The Laughing Loon which was featured on HGTV's Timber Kings.
|Routes through Williams Lake|
|Prince George ← Quesnel ←||N S||→ 100 Mile House → Kamloops|