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Situated in the Fraser Valley near the blending of the Harrison, Chehalis and Fraser Rivers, the community of Harrison Mills is surrounded by towering mountain peaks, lush forests and salmon-rich rivers. During the Gold Rush of the 1800s, sternwheelers linked small towns like Harrison Mills with the docks downstream at Mission and New Westminster, transporting gold prospectors as they travelled to the goldfields in the interior. Agriculture, farming and tourism are the mainstays of the Harrison Mills community. The historic Kilby Store and Farm are well worth a visit, while the confluence of the rivers bring many eagles to the area between November and February. Nearby Hemlock Valley Ski Resort has started to develop its trails for summer mountainbiking. The springs at Harrison Hot Springs form the centrepiece of a luxury hotel resort. The large, wonderfully warm public soaking pool has cooled hot spring water pumped into it. The innkeepers at your Harrison Mills Bed and Breakfast will know all about the mineral rich hot springs at Harrison, which were originally used by the Salish Coast Natives who revered them as a "healing place", arriving by canoe to benefit from their rejuvenating waters. The mineral waters are said to bring relief to sufferers of rheumatism and arthritis through the 8 minerals present in the water.

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Rowena's Inn on the River
Phone: 604-796-1000
Toll Free: 877-796-1001
Make our historic bed & breakfast Inn your own. Styled as a grand English manor house and secluded on a lush 160-acre estate complete with its own private air strip, Rowena's evokes an atmosphere of understated elegance and traditional luxury. Unwind in the historical Inn or escape to a cottage.

Harrison Mills, British Columbia
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