Lower Mainland Hiking, Fishing, Beachcombing and More!
Recognized most frequently for its namesake, Harrison Hot Springs offers far more to the average traveler then just a natural hot springs visit. Nestled beachfront on Harrison Lake, Harrison Beach Hotel serves as a hub of relaxation and exploration all year round.
Visitors to the area often enjoy lush hikes, salmon and sturgeon fishing in the Fraser River, boating and other water sports, and have the option of visiting a host of agricultural tours and historic sites. Harrison Hot Springs is also host to a number of annual festivals and events, including the Harrison Festival of the Arts and Sasquatch Days, among others.
With so much culture, history and, adventure at your fingertips, the possibilities are endless in this secluded village.
What to Expect from the Village of Harrison Hot Springs
Harrison Hot Springs may appear to be a fairly small, secluded community, but it is in fact surrounded by restaurants, arts and craft galleries, shops, farmer’s markets, book stores, libraries, and cultural opportunities.
Located only 75 minutes East of Vancouver, this beachfront village operates as a vacation destination hotspot for those trying to escape the city and get back to nature. The climate in Harrison Hot Springs, due to its proximity to the ocean, is relatively mild, and snow is a rarity in these parts making it an ideal vacation destination all year round. Daily average temperatures range from 5°C in the winter months to 24°C in the summer months.