Moose Camp
Moose Camp boasts a historic tradition of blending excellent food, clean fresh air, pristine lakes, relaxing fishing, and great company into a mixture that is unbeatable.

Look through the old registers and visualize how it was back then.

Bring your camera, as we have an abundance of wild flowers and wildlife close to your cabin door. From your cabin, you can see loons, bald eagles, deer, moose, osprey, herons, otters, beavers, whiskey jacks, jays and hummingbirds, just to name a few.

Moose Camp History

Moose Camp was established in the late 1880's as a trap line headquarters, by a French Canadian named Ed Rioux, who also ran a few hunting trips. Herbie McNeil took over and maintained the trap line, guided hunting trips, and later fishing trips by horseback from the 100 Mile House area. The trap line is still in place.

Three generations of families have returned to enjoy the great fishing and scenic beauty of the area. Access to Moose Camp has improved over the years, from the days where you rode in by horseback to the present time where you travel in on a gravel road. This has ensured that guests of all ages can enjoy Moose Camp. 
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Updated : January, 2017