Accommodations

LIKELY

has a variety of accommodations from hotel, motel, cabins and lodges to campgrounds and there is sure to be something to suit everyone.

 
High Country Inn 1
High Country Inn
Box 52 Likely, BC  V0L 1N0        
ph. 250-790-2218
 
likelyhighcountryinn@gmail.com
 
Facebook: High Country Inn
                                                                             
 www.likelyhighcountryinn.holiday

 

 
 
 
Likely Lodge 2016 Likely Lodge
 5013 Likely St.
 Box 164,
 Likely, BC V0L 1N0      
 250-790-2345
 
 http://likelylodge.ca/

 

 

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 Morehead Cabins & Campsites

 6101 Likely RD                                                                                      
250-790-2323
moreheadlake@gmail.com
Morehead Lake Cabins

 

 

Sharon&SkeedNorthernL.Lodge

Northern Lights Lodge

5921 Cedar Creek Rd
Box 33 Likely,BC V0L 1N0
Tel: 250-790-2200
Toll Free: (877) 718-2200
E-mail us: info@nllodge.com          http://www.nllodge.com/

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Pyna-tee-Ah Lodge
 4911 Quesnel Forks RD                                                                      
 250-790-2292
 Toll Free:  866-299-9100
 http://www.ecotours-bc.com/
 http://www.fly-fishing-canada.com/

 

Cameron Ridge BungalowsCWcameronridge

Chris Franke – guide/outfitter
Box 23 Likely, B.C. V0L 1N0
778-417-0047
780-817-4349
chris@mountainspiritoutfitters.com          cameronridge.com

Accommodations above are found in and around Likely.  If you prefer vacationing in the great outdoors, drive around the Likely area you will find some of the most picturesque campgrounds and picnic spots in British Columbia.  Lakes and rivers abound in this area and most have camping areas nearby.  Forestry campgrounds featuring some of the best sandy beaches and prime fishing locations in the Cariboo can be found.  Cedar Creek Museum situated in Cedar Point Park has maps of the area and helpful staff to give directions for day trips, maps and information on points of interest.

Quesnel Forks, the earliest boom town in the Cariboo, at the convergence of the Quesnel and Cariboo Rivers is now an intriguing ghost with a few restored cabins (hopefully more to come), information kiosks and riverside campsites.  It was one of the top 10 best picnic sites in BC by Westworld Magazine. See more

Cedar City Museum and Info Centre is housed at Cedar Point Park. This is a Class “C” Provincial Park situated within a grove of old growth cedars, on Quesnel Lake.  Private lakeside campsites, paved boat launch, dock, ball diamond, and a sandy beach make this a very popular destination. See Contacts

Cedar Point Park Class ‘C’ Campground.  See Camping

Recreation Sites are found at Abbott Creek Beach, Ladies Creek, Spanish Lake, Bootjack Lake, Jacobie Lake, Gavin Lake, Winkley Creek and Wolverine Lake.  See Camping