Artina IrisCame here for a wedding - stayed in Harrison Hot Springs which is about 15 minutes away by car. The event space is beautiful, with gorgeous vista views and high ceilings with rustic wooden beams. Food was good and service is super attentive. There is huge deck that also looks out onto the breathtaking scenery and has overhead heaters so you can enjoy it at any time. Noticed there were rooms that open right onto this deck - definitely keeping this gem in mind for future getaways.
Justin MonteroBeautiful view, right at the base of a mountain. Friendly and dedicated staff. Was there for a wedding and I definitely recommend it as a mini-destination place. The rooms were great and the food was good, too!
Lindsay BlackmoreBeautiful beautiful venue. Scenery was amazing. Gorgeous place for a fabulous wedding. Food was fantastic. Loved it
Daulton BrooksThis is a very cozy spot, isolated at the end of a small road in agassiz and it is absolutely stunning. Views are great and the rooms are wonderful. The staff was great. Never had any problems and no was not an answer, they made it happen. Would totally recommend this place!
Richard SmithWas here for a wedding - they seem to specialize in these - and had a lovely time. The lodge is first class, the nearby bison herd is a nice thing to watch, and you can walk along the dike beside the Fraser river in a park-like setting for quite a ways. The large room, where the wedding was done, was really beautiful, with tall windows that reveal the mountains across the valley and provided a glorious backdrop to the wedding ceremony.
Kyle MurrayWe were at Fraser River Fishing Lodge for a wedding and had a great time! Beautiful views!
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Sitting on 18 private acres with 2,000 feet of private riverfront, our lodge is a "rustic", yet classy, log home retreat. It captures you with its spectacular views of the Fraser River and the majestic 7,000 foot high Mt.Cheam.
Salmon and sturgeon fishing in British Columbia is unique in the entire world. No where can a larger number of migrating salmon - more than 80 Million (2014 projection) - be found than in the Fraser River and tributaries.