Alexis Creek, British Columbia
Alexis Creek is an unincorporated community in the Chilcotin District of the western Central Interior of the Canadian province of British Columbia, on Highway 20 between Williams Lake and Bella Coola. The creek is named, like the adjacent lake of the same name, for a colonial-era chief of the Tsilhqot'in people, Alexis, who figured in the story of the Chilcotin War of 1864 (though as a non-combatant).
The small unincorporated settlement of Alexis Creek has the following services: British Columbia Forestry Service office, Alexis Creek School, a highways maintenance yard, a detachment of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, Happy Eater restaurant, Doodle Bugs café, Doug's Repair (automotive, Parts, Tires & supplies), Medical clinic, Alexis Creek Store, and British Columbia Ambulance Service.
- Alexis Creek General Store has liquor, grocery food items, a Canada Post boxes & lotto 8am to 8pm
- Doodle Bugs Café has daily lunch specials and is open Monday to Friday 6am to 2pm
- Doug's Repair is a General automotive repair facility with the largest inventory of Automotive products west of Williams lake "Wrenching is our Business"
- RCMP Detachment
- Happy Eater is a seasonal Café open spring and summer - enjoy the rustic building and animal heads
Postal code: V0L 1A0 Area Code : 250 Population :70-80
- Alexis Creek First Nation (Chilanko Forks)
- Tl'etinqox-t'in Government Office (located in Alexis Creek)