Cariboo Regional District

The Cariboo Regional District is a district in the Canadian province of British Columbia. He is 80609.45 km ² and counts 62 392 inhabitants ( 2011).

Main town is Williams Lake.

World famous, the region was in 1861 by the Cariboo Gold Rush. The most important touristic village of the district is the ghost town of Barkerville, which was the capital of the Cariboo Gold Rush.

Today is a big part of the district through the various provincial parks, such as the Wells Gray Provincial Park or the Bowron Lake Provincial Park, protected.

Administrative Divisions


Free community areas

  • Cariboo A
  • Cariboo B
  • Cariboo C
  • Cariboo D
  • Cariboo e
  • Cariboo F
  • Cariboo G
  • Cariboo H
  • I Cariboo
  • Cariboo J
  • Cariboo K
  • Cariboo L

Pictures of Cariboo Regional District