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There’s no better place to embrace the season’s warmer temperatures, bursting blooms, and lush greenery than the Agassiz/Harrison Circle Farm Tour! Besides the peaceful, pastoral surroundings, you’ll find artisanal offerings, heavenly flavours, enriching sights, scents, and sounds, and warm hospitality. You’ll want to spend a whole weekend exploring the treasure trove of farm experiences, shops, sips, and eats along the way! Check out these fabulous stops that will delight your senses.


From picking up a special gift for a loved one, to exploring wetland trails, or enjoying a cheesy treat, you’ll love all there is to do, see, smell, and sample. Don’t forget to visit the adorable farm animals at Kilby, Creekside Cheese & Creamery & Farmhouse Natural Cheeses! Click on each photo to learn more about these fun destinations:


From delicious baking to the freshest produce; visit these local farm stores to fill your shopping bag! Click on each image to learn more.


Our incredible local cideries offer a range of ambrosial beverages, expertly crafted for premium taste. Whether purchasing to go or sitting back a spell, you’ll love what they have to offer! Click each image to learn more.


You’ll love the bounty of delicious dishes infused with west-coast flair! These chef-prepared gourmet eats are prepared using the freshest locally grown ingredients, many of which are sourced from our other Circle Farm Tour participants! Click each image to learn more.

For more agritourism experiences in the Harrison River Valley, visit our local farmers markets (opening dates to be announced). You’ll love the fresh offerings at the Agassiz Farm Fresh Market and the Deroche Farmers Market.

Browse the current Circle Farm Tour brochure HERE and get ready for agricultural adventures along the self-guided Circle Farm Tour!

Don’t forget to tag us on social media @tourismharrison and #HarrisonRiverValley – we love to see your finds and adventures! Be sure to stop by and visit us at our new Visitor Information Centre and Sasquatch Museum at 499 Hot Springs Road.

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