108 Mile Ranch is a residential community of 700 homes situated in the South Cariboo region of British Columbia located in a historic area of ranches and lakes.
Historically, en route to the great Cariboo Gold Rush, a few of the travellers settled here.
A feature of the 108 community is its green belt lands. Comprising more than 1,500 acres (610 ha) these community parklands include 108 and Sepa Lakes, Walker Valley and many small patches scattered around the ranch.
108 Mile Ranch is about 12 kilometres (8 mi) north of 100 Mile House, just off Highway 97. South Cariboo Regional Airport is the regional facility for the South Cariboo. Located on Highway 97, The 108 Heritage Site is a tourist attraction with its growing number of restored buildings, including the largest log barn in Canada.