The Village of Harrison Hot Springs
The Village of Harrison Hot Springs is found on the traditional territory of the Sts’ailes First Nation, nestled against Southwestern British Columbia’s magnificent mountains and the sandy beaches of Harrison Lake. Harrison is a hidden jewel providing ‘off the beaten path’ activities, such as forest bathing, hiking, kayaking, and our world-famous BC hot springs.
Plan your staycation today. You’ll be glad you did.
Whether you’re looking for an adventure with the kids, a romantic getaway or a fun-filled trip with friends, Harrison Hot Springs has what you are after. Watersports, boat tours, wildlife viewing, hiking, golfing, spas, agri-tours, fishing, festivals and events, waterfront accommodations, and dining are all yours to enjoy.
Harrison Hot Springs has a variety of hotels and motels, and accommodations to suit every budget. Best of all we are conveniently located in Mighty Fraser Country, a short 90-minute drive east of Vancouver, British Columbia.
Recent Harrison Hot Springs Stories
The festive lights are shining brightly in the Harrison River Valley, setting the mood for the exciting hunt of finding the perfect gift for your favourite people. Whether you need a little trinket to fill up a stocking, ...
Throughout the Village, our businesses have decked their halls and enchanted their window displays, where you can continue your search for the Sasquatch. Inside the whimsical window displays, we have hidden (1) one Sasquatch per painted window display, totalling 10 hidden Sasquatch in the Village. Can you find them all?
Once again, autumn has descended upon the the Harrison River Valley; painting the region in rich jewel tones and transforming the damp air into morning mists that embrace mountains and weave ribbons of fog through forest branches. Summer’s ...
Late fall’s cool winds have ushered in the Season of the Wild to the Harrison River Valley, a celebration of the spawning salmon, soaring bald eagles, and the dinosaurs of the deep: the white sturgeon. Our local waterways ...