The District of Kent is nestled between the towering Cascades in the Upper Fraser Valley where a few small communities reside together forming a population of just over 6,000. The Kent trade area reaches nearly 8,300 persons and situated only 116 km from Vancouver and 262 km from Kelowna, a 90-minute drive in any direction brings you to a total of 3 million people.
Harrison Hot Springs is located at the south end of Harrison Lake, which at 60 kilometers long, is the largest body of fresh water in southwestern BC. It is an area with a rich history as well as an abundance of natural beauty. In 1895, Charles Inkman started a business that was to become the Harrison Lake Supply Company.