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Kilby Historic Site

Step onto the neatly kept grounds and into the grand historic buildings at Kilby Historic Site; and you’ll feel like you’ve stepped back in time. This 5-acre BC Heritage attraction stands as a captivating memento of what life …

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Picnic

Dine Out Harrison River Valley

The Harrison River Valley is home to an amazing variety of restaurants with every type of cuisine imaginable. Our restaurants are a place to bring people together and share moments – whether it’s a family picnic, or a …

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Celebrating World Rivers Day

Rivers and waterways are the planet’s lifeblood, feeding and sustaining life, and as vital as the air we breathe. Born in part from the success of BC Rivers Day, founded by renowned river advocate Mark Angelo in 1980, …

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Weekend Getaways

Weekday Getaways

Credits: Harrison Beach Hotel on Facebook WHY VISIT HARRISON HOT SPRINGS DURING THE WEEK? When most people plan a quick getaway, they usually think of taking it on typical days off from work: arriving at a destination on Friday …

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2018 Accessible tourism blog

How to: Accessible Tourism in Harrison Hot Springs

Everyone should be able to enjoy the great outdoors. Most of us don’t think twice when invited to go hiking or boating. Yet, when faced with physical limitations, these excursions take on new meaning and can be more …

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