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Grist Mill & Gardens at Keremeos, Keremeos

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  • There is more to this place than just an historic mill. It has a significant history in seed-saving and former head-gardener, Sharon Rempel, founded Seedy Saturday almost 30 years ago. The gardens con...  more »
  • surrounded by large chestnut trees, roses and lawns. this historic mill has detailed historic facts displayed in the old storage building that stored ground wheat. the waterwheel is being restored. We...  more »
  • We had been to the Grist Mill in '81 when it was first opened, it is bigger and more interesting. While it was not quite ready for the season we were warmly welcomed and enjoyed our visit there, The b...  more »
  • Small pitches and very little facilities but very quiet and interesting set up with museum and tea shop. Excellent value too
  • Great place. Peace and quiet. Small stream and lots of nice areas to shut and admire the surroundings
  • Love it. Quiet. I can paint. It is clean. We camp. And we occasionally go to the wonderful entertainment. The grounds have been kept up beautifully in the last full years. It is a diamond in the rough. It is our hide away.
  • Wonderful place and great food. A must visit spot in Keremeos.
  • Beautiful gardens, museum, restaurant. The folk festival was great and cozy!