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
Together in the Wild: Find Your Community
Come as you are, be yourself, and find your community in the Harrison River Valley. Feeling fully supported, safe, and welcome when you travel makes an experience uplifting, relaxing, and memorable; something everyone deserves. Located an hour and ...
TOGETHER IN THE WILD: LEAVE NO ONE BEHIND
Being together in the wild means no one gets left behind – everyone deserves the opportunity to travel, explore, and experience the incredible enrichment it brings. Throughout British Columbia, tourism destinations are changing their products and services to ...
Celebrate Mother’s Day in Harrison River Valley
It’s already May, and Mother’s Day is swiftly approaching – a wonderful opportunity to celebrate the loving caregiver in your life! If you’re lucky enough to be able to spend time with your mom or mother figure on ...
FLORA & FAUNA – SPRINGTIME IN HARRISON RIVER VALLEY
Herald the arrival of spring – the most anticipated of seasons – by immersing yourself in the flora and fauna of Harrison River Valley! The best parts of spring include the buds and blooms of fresh flowers, checking ...