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  • THE LODGE ON HARRISON LAKE

    The Lodge on Harrison Lake offers beautiful & modern waterfront accommodations with our own private beach and dock on one of BC’s finest Lakes. Our lodge can sleep up to 20 people and has 4 separate accommodation areas.

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Cedar Barrel Sauna

We would like to introduce our brand new wood barrel sauna available for all of our guests who stay at the Lodge on Harrison Lake. Our barrel sauna is built right here in British Columbia with locally-sourced, Select Tight Knot Western Red Cedar. The cylindrical shape of this barrel sauna makes for a great convection flow where the air naturally recirculates and there are no corners for air to get ’trapped’. This sauna is built perfectly for the cold winter weather.

Benefits of the Barrel Sauna:

Saunas help relieve stress

Stepping into a sauna helps you immediately shut off from the outside world, enclosed in a warm, quiet space free from everyday distractions immediately puts you in a calmer, more relaxed state of mind.

Muscle aches and pains can be soothed away

An increased blood flow can help speed up your body’s natural healing process and promote muscle regeneration together with natural healing.

Cleanse your skin the natural way

Sweating helps your skin naturally clear pores, rinse bacteria and replace dead skin cells, keeping your skin feeling soft and rejuvenated.

Saunas help improve your sleep patterns

Using a barrel sauna in the evenings will help you increase your body temperature which in turn promotes a dramatic drop in core temperature after sauna use. This in turn signals the brain that it is time to sleep. Users often recount the feelings of deep sleep after bathing in the calming heat of a sauna.

Help fight illness

Saunas have been linked to a significant reduction in incidences of colds and flu among regular users.

Saunas just smell and feel good

There’s no getting away from it, the smell of natural wood together with a private, warm steam laden environment feels great!

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