Places to stay in Harrison Mills, British Columbia
We currently have 14 accommodations in and around Harrison Mills with other regional listings available for B&B's, Hotels, Campsites, Motels and other properties. You can filter listings by the available types:
Harrison Mills, formerly Carnarvon and also Harrison River, is an agricultural farming and tourism-based community in the District of Kent west of Agassiz, British Columbia. The community is a part of the Fraser Valley Regional District. Harrison Mills is home to the British Columbia Heritage Kilby Museum and Campground. Local dining options include The River's Edge, River’s Edge Restaurant, Cultivate Cafe, and Kasuga Sushi.
Wondering where to stay? Lodging options in the community are mainly limited to Bed and Breakfast type accommodations, though there are a few nearby campgrounds and RV parks. If you are travelling in the area, Harrison Mills is located close to Fairfield Island, Mud Slough, Silver Lake, Réserve indienne Seabird Island and Snug Cove.
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- Longitude: -121°57'0
- Latitude: 49°14'20.04
Things to see and do
Charisma Gallery House Ltd
Located at 33339 South Fraser Way. Charisma Gallery is Abbotsford B.C.'s first choice for fine original art, limited edition prints and custom picture framing. Charisma represents artists Max Jacquiard, William Allister, Bob and Lloyd Barnes, Carol Evans, Robert Bateman and Roland de Wild
Cultus Lake Waterpark & Waterslides
Located at 4150 Columbia Vly. The Colossal Canyon is a state of the art water attraction. This ride starts at an elevation of 75 ft and twists and winds its way through the trees for approximately 700 ft. The Black Hole ride is the newest in the park and by far the coolest. Come check out this ride which will put you in the dark until you splash out at the end!
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