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Coal river lodge[ Lodge ]
Contact Name:
Donna Rogers
Address:
Mile 533 Alaska Highway
Town:
Muncho Lake
Province:
British Columbia
Zip:
V1G 4J8
Telephone:
250 776-7306
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Seasonal Lodge -Open from May to end of Sept. Off season contact: 9515 - 95 Ave, Fort St. John, BC V1J 1H7. phone: 250 785-8775
Lakeshore chalets[ Lodge ]
Address:
Mile 918, Alaska Highway
Town:
Muncho Lake
Province:
British Columbia
Zip:
V0C 1Z0
Telephone:
250-776-3481
Toll Free:
1-800-663-5269
Fax:
250-776-3482
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Hotel, Motel and cabin accommodation in the center of Muncho Lake Provincial Park are the most modern in the Muncho Lake/Toad River and Liard River Hotsprings region. The Northern Rockies Lodge is located halfway between Watson Lake and Fort Nelson, a convenient days drive from either Whitehorse and Fort St. John/Dawson Creek and Grande Prairie.
Liard hotspring lodge[ Lodge ]
Contact Name:
Wanda White
Address:
Mile 497 Alaska Highway
Town:
Muncho Lake
Province:
British Columbia
Zip:
V0C 1Z0
Telephone:
250-776-7349
Toll Free:
866-939-2522
Fax:
250-776-7011
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Located in the northeast of British Columbia, Canada, at Mile 497 of the famed Alaska Highway, Liard Hotspring Lodge is THE stop-over for travelers between Whitehorse in the Yukon Territory and the Town of Fort Nelson. Situated between Watson Lake and Fort Nelson in spectacular British Columbia we are conveniently across from the Liard Hot Springs where year-round water temperatures in the natural spa exceed 110?F.
Northern rockies lodge ltd.[ Lodge ]
Address:
Mile 462 Alaska Highway
Town:
Muncho Lake
Province:
British Columbia
Zip:
V0C 1Z0
Telephone:
250-776-3481
Toll Free:
1-800-663-5269
Fax:
250-776-3482
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Our Northern Rockies Lodge is the newest Hotel and Motel in the Muncho Lake/Liard River Hotsprings and Toad River region. Our stunning Log building is the largest on the Alaska Highway and is the fitting centerpiece for Muncho Lake Provincial Park on the shores of beautiful Muncho Lake.
Double g service[ Hotel Motel Inn ]
Address:
Mile 456, Alaska Highway
Town:
Muncho Lake
Province:
British Columbia
Zip:
V0C 1Z0
Telephone:
(250) 776-3411
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Fireside car/truck stop[ Lodge ]
Contact Name:
Omer and Bev
Address:
Mile 543 Alaska Highway
Town:
Muncho Lake
Province:
British Columbia
Zip:
V0C 1Z0
Telephone:
(250) 776-7303
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Poplars campground[ RV Parks and Camping ]
Contact Name:
Dan and Vicky Clements
Address:
mile 426, Alaska Hwy
Town:
Muncho Lake
Province:
British Columbia
Zip:
V0C 1Z0
Telephone:
(250) 232-5465
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Rocky mountain lodge[ Lodge ]
Contact Name:
Chris Winkelmeyer
Address:
mile 397, Alaska Highway
Town:
Muncho Lake
Province:
British Columbia
Zip:
V0C 1Z0
Telephone:
(250) 232-7000
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Toad river lodge[ Lodge ]
Contact Name:
Darrel Stevens and Matthew Roy
Address:
Mile 422, Alaska Highway
Town:
Muncho Lake
Province:
British Columbia
Zip:
V0C 1Z0
Telephone:
(250) 232-5401
Fax:
250-232-5215
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There are many stories of how different places got their names along the highway. We kind of liked this one about toad so we've adopted it. Back around 1942 when the Canadian and U.S. armies were busy building the Alaska highway (it was not the super highway you just drove in on), there were problems crossing the river because a bridge was not yet built, so it was par for the course to be "towed across". The proprietors of this establishment at that time adopted "Towed River" as the name of their lodge. Did someone really think they meant "Toad" or were their language skills lacking? Your guess is as good as ours at this point. So that's our story and we're sticking to it, for now anyway.
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