Caleb Pike Heritage Park is in the community of the Highlands, one of thirteen communities that form the Capital Regional District of British Columbia. Wonderful turn of century buildings are treasured in the Highlands as demonstrated by the historic Caleb Pike Homestead, at 1589 Millstream Road. The homestead housed the family of a farmer in 1883. Mr. Pike initially worked for the Hudson’s Bay Company and eventually established this homestead in the Highlands – constructed of handhewn logs – and a sheep and cattle ranch. His restored log homestead is now a popular heritage site and in use today as a community meeting place. This three acre heritage park has the house, a red school building and a reconstructed dairy among the fruit trees and lawns. It is a great place to visit.
Geographical location N48°30’31” W123°31’22”
Caleb Pike can be reached from the Trans Canada Highway. Exit the Trans Canada Highway at the Millstream exit and remain on Millstream Road until you reach Caleb Pike Road. It is at the junction with Caleb Pike Road. There is a gravel parking area.