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Port Mellon

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Gibsons, BC (Nearby: Port Mellon, Seaside Park, Twin Creeks, Williamsons Landing, New Brighton)

  • Port Mellon

900 Gibsons Way
Gibsons, British Columbia
V0N 1V8

British Columbia Tourism Region : Vancouver, Coast, & Mountains

Description From Owner:
  • Port Mellon - After Captain Henry Augustus Mellon. After some years with the Royal Navy, during which he saw service in the Indian Mutiny, Captain Mellon served with the Allan Line and Dominion Steamship Company.
  • He came to Vancouver in 1886, where he served as a marine surveyor, marine insurance agent, examiner of mates and masters, and police magistrate.
  • When the British Columbia Wood, Pulp and Paper Company was founded in 1908, Mellon, the first vice-president, chose the millsite on West Howe Sound that now bears his name.
  • Before the pulp mill was built, Port Mellon (then known as Seaside) was a popular destination for boat excursions from Vancouver.
  • With permission from G.P.V and Helen B. Akrigg 1997 British Columbia Place Names. UBC Press.

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Nearby Lakes and Mountains:
  • Mount Liddell, 5km
  • Mount Elphinstone, 7km
  • Mount Killam, 6km
  • Gambier Lake, 6km
  • Panther Peak, 8km
  • Mount Varley, 10km
  • Carmichael Peak, 13km
  • Tetrahedron Peak, 12km
  • Chapman Lake, 11km
  • Mount Steele, 13km
  • Mount Artaban, 12km
  • Mount Wrottesley, 13km
  • Thirtynine Mountain, 16km
  • Mount Gardner, 17km
  • Edwards Lake, 14km
  • Honeymoon Lake, 15km
  • Killarney Lake, 17km
  • Gilbert Lake, 15km
  • Leading Peak, 13km
  • Grafton Lake, 18km
  • Mount Crucil, 14km
  • Mount Collins, 16km
  • Batchelor Lake, 15km
  • Mount Donaldson, 21km
  • Josephine Lake, 20km
  • Slippery Lake, 22km
  • Smithe Lake, 22km
  • Sechelt Lake, 21km
  • Tannis Lake, 16km
  • Mount Ellesmere, 18km
  • Brennan Lakes, 20km
  • Sylvia Lake, 21km
  • Henriette Lake, 21km
  • Clowhom Lake, 26km
  • Woodfibre Lake, 23km
  • Taquat Lakes, 25km
  • Mount Roderick, 24km
  • Richardson Lake, 20km
  • Whyte Lake, 23km
  • Mount Sedgwick, 27km
  • Deeks Lake, 20km
  • Mount Richardson, 20km
  • Hat Mountain, 20km
  • Deeks Peak, 20km
  • Deeks Lakes, 20km
  • Misery Lake, 30km
  • Brunswick Mountain, 21km
  • Dick Lake, 24km
  • Mount Harvey, 21km
  • Colquhoun Peak, 28km