Built as a company town for Fred Wells' Gold Quartz Mine in the 1930's and once served as a major centre of northern BC.
Wells had two hockey teams, a golf course, a baseball team, a horse racetrack and a world-renowned ski hill. The Wells Community hall hosted numerous events from community plays, to community dances and badminton games. Wells reached its largest population size of over 4000 in the 1940s and then began to dwindle once the two gold mines closed. The town takes pride in its history and many of the unique heritage buildings have been preserved and restored.
We are located at:331 Racing Rd , Quesnel, BC, V2J 5X3