Kayaks in channel between Sepa Lake and 108 Lake. Photo by Sandy Foster

Thank you for visiting our community web site. It would be even better if you could visit us at the 108 Mile Ranch itself. If you do, you will find that we are a happy and friendly group who love to boast about how lucky we are.

Where else can you find a community that has three lakes, a beautiful valley with a bird sanctuary, its own airport, a community hall, two resorts, two churches, an extensive 1500 acre greenbelt, its own fire hall, an elementary school, a golf course, riding stables, unlimited trails, four restaurants, convenience stores, it’s own heritage site, a building supply store, etc. It is basically a controversy-free zone stocked with easy going and friendly residents that comes with some of the best clean fresh air in the world. At the 108, you don’t go out to the park. We are a park!

Some of the many species waterfowl visiting our lakes.
Photo by Barry Porter.

The beginning was 1969 and we were called the 108 Mile ‘Recreational’ Ranch.  The developer, Block Brothers Realty, had a vision to create an ‘outdoor playground’, a  five stage 26,800 acre seasonal recreational resort. The Agricultural Land Reserve prevented  the last four stages from proceeding, but luckily much of the recreational infrastructure had been put in place first. We are now 1,140 permanent homes at the 108, with a population of approximately 2,900. The treasure of it is that we have recreational facilities for a development of about 7,000 homes. The developers are gone and we now control our own destiny through our 108 Mile Ranch Community Association.

Please have a close look at our What’s Happening page to see what we have going on here at the 108. In addition to all the activities at the Community Hall, the 108 Lions, our churches, the local school, our resorts seem to have events going monthly. Our 108 Golf Resort course is amazing and our cross country ski trails unparalleled.

Pussy willows. Photo by Barry Porter.