With rich, fertile soil and a temperate climate, the Harrison River Valley naturally has a deep-rooted history in agriculture. We invite you to experience everything this lush valley has to offer on our Agassiz/Harrison Circle Farm Tour! What is a Circle Farm Tour, you may ask? It’s a self-guided route that lets you experience the very best of agritourism, from the opportunity to purchase fresh products directly from the farm, to sitting down at an eatery to taste delicious fare crafted from the finest local ingredients, to the fun experience of meeting the farm animals, and getting a taste of what daily life on a farm is like. Download our 2022 Circle Farm Tour Guide here and get ready for a tour that will delight your senses!
From flower farming to coffee roasting, milk and cheese farms to a historic site, we have a wonderful variety of enriching farm experiences suitable for the whole family. Visit these locations:
Harrison Lavender, 3777 Wildwood Drive, Agassiz. This lavender farm offers hand-crafted lavender products for body, mind and spirit, from bath bombs and candles to culinary products.
Back Porch, 6116 Golf Road, Agassiz. Dan and Lynda invite you to their pottery and basketry studio. Watch coffee beans roasting in a circa 1919 flame roaster (and purchase some to take home); and browse their antiques and collectibles.
Earthwise Society Agassiz Farm 6031 Golf Road, Agassiz. Tour the organic farm, demonstration gardens, and streamside trails and shop the seasonal farm stand.
Farmhouse Natural Cheeses 5634 McCallum Road. Shop fresh dairy and cheese products crafted from the farm’s own cows and goats. They also carry gift items and locally sourced goods.
Kilby Historic Site 215 Kilby Road, Harrison Mills. Step back in time at this living history site and working farm, complete with costumed interpreters, the 1906 General Store Museum, Hotel, and Post Office. Enjoy a bite in the café and visit the gift store.
Creekside Cheese + Creamery 3990 Chaplin Road, Agassiz. Certified organic creamery offering handcrafted artisan cheese, cream-top whole milk, grass-fed beef, and other farm fresh products.
You won’t want to miss out on these farm-fresh goodies!
Cabin Fever Junction 2, 7026 Pioneer Avenue, Agassiz. You’ll love their classic, home-style baked goods, made on-site from scratch. Step inside and delight in the scent of fresh-from-the-oven cakes, cookies, pies, and more.
Sparkes Corn Barn Hwy. 9 Turnoff to Agassiz. Starting mid-May, you’ll find delicious locally grown strawberries at these brilliant green and yellow stands. Then, by mid-July, these drive-through stands are packed full of their famous Triple Sweet Jubilee Corn, picked fresh daily.
Sit back, relax, and enjoy the flavours bursting from every bite of the amazing fare at these local eateries.
Muddy Waters Café 328 Esplanade Avenue, Harrison Hot Springs. This family operated business utilizes ingredients from many other Circle Farm Tour members, including the Back Porch coffee and Farmhouse Natural Cheeses, to craft their flavourful fare.
Morgan’s Bistro 160 Esplanade Avenue, Harrison Hot Springs. Morgan’s Bistro offers a wonderful selection of creative west coast entrees and fantastic daily specials, all beautifully plated and presented.
Learn more about the fascinating history of the area here:
Agassiz-Harrison Museum 7011 Pioneer Avenue, Agassiz. Built in 1893, the museum is located in one of Canada’s oldest wood Canadian Pacific Railway stations and is open to the public year-round. The Local Motive gift shop offers locally made products and Indigenous artist merchandise.
Harrison Visitor Information Centre and Sasquatch Museum 102, 160 Lillooet Avenue, Harrison Hot Springs. Visit our Sasquatch Museum and dare to believe. Located in our Visitor Information Centre, our museum will lead you through compelling artifacts, history, witness accounts, science, lore and myths. After you have visited the Museum, check out our gift shop featuring local books on the Sasquatch, local Indigenous collectibles, and Harrison themed souvenirs. Please note: the Visitor Information Centre and Sasquatch Museum will be closed May 23-29, reopening May 31.
Discover our two area Farmers Markets: the Agassiz Farm Fresh Market (starting June 23); running every Thursday from 4-7pm in Pioneer Park, and the Deroche Farmers Market, which runs every Saturday from 10am-3pm at 10220 N. Deroche Road along Highway 7.
EXPLORE BY BIKE!
Add an adventurous aspect to your Circle Farm Touring by renting a bicycle and using pedal power to make your way along the tour! New this year, Harrison Eco Tours has e-bikes available for rent – when you need an extra boost, the electric bike can make your journey easier! Or if you prefer a regular two wheeled bike, rentals are also available at Jamie’s Quadricycle Rentals.
Enjoy the tastes, sights, and sounds of our Circle Farm Tour locations! For more information on our Circle Farm Tour, or other Harrison River Valley activities, stop by the Visitor Centre at 102, 160 Lillooet Avenue, in the heart of Harrison Hot Springs, or follow us on Facebook or Instagram.