Haig-Brown Heritage House, in Campbell River, British Columbia, is a historic family home that sits on the banks of the Campbell River and is surrounded by tranquil gardens.
During the summer months, the Haig-Brown House offers unique BED & BREAKFAST accommodation and the garden can be rented for weddings, receptions and other special events.
In winter, the House provides temporary accommodation for a Writer In Residence, through a program operated by the Campbell River Museum.
Built in 1923, the farmhouse is the former home of Roderick Haig-Brown, a well known conservationist, writer and magistrate, and Ann Haig-Brown. Visit the Haig-Brown Family History page for more on the Haig-Brown family.
The Museum at Campbell River has responsibility for the overall operations of the Haig-Brown House heritage site. At the Museum, the film Fisherman’s Fall on the life of Roderick Haig-Brown can be viewed in the 30-seat Van Isle Theatre.