Harrison Hot Springs
Agassiz Harrison Museum
7011 Pioneer Ave, 604.796.3545
Housed in the oldest wooden railroad station still in existence, here you will find hundreds of artifacts depicting life in the area. Gift Shop.
Historic Yale Museum
Browse through the 1870's home or walk into the hallowed midst of St. John the Divine. Transcend time as you search for that allusive metal...gold.
Kilby Historic Site
215 Kilby Road, 604.796.9576
Step back in time to the 1920's. Experience life as it was complete with staff in period costumes. Museum, Farm, Restaurant, Gift Shop
Open mid April to mid October
Healing Springs Spa
The Resort Hotel, 604.796.2244 Combine the therapeutic properties of natural mineral hot springs with an array of treatments found only at the most prestigious spas.
Tours and Guiding Services
BC Sportfishing Group
Resort Hotel, 604.796. 3345
Offering fully guided fishing holidays in and around Harrison. Fish Salmon, Sturgeon, Steelhead and Trout.
Sasquatch Country Adventures
Harrison Hot Springs 604.796.5570
Tour Sasquatch back country in a Polaris ranger 4X4 with professional Sasquatch Researchers.
Harrison Eco Tours
Resort Hotel. 1.877.796.3345
Providing jet boat eco tours down the Harrison and Fraser Rivers. Wildlife viewing and Bald Eagle tours.
Moored at the Resort marina
Discover the wonders of Harrison Lake and River! Daily cruises and private charters available.
For the kids and young at heart
Harrison Floating Waterpark
Located at the Resort dock. A full range of water activities for all ages including the only floating water park in southwestern BC. Serious fun for all ages & group events!
Bridal Falls Water Park
HWY #1 at Bridal Falls, 604.794.7455
Huge waterslide park complete with giant hot tub, picnic area, refreshments, gift shop.
Located at the 3 way stop.
4 wheel bike carriages have become iconic in Harrison Hot Springs. Load in the family and peddle your way around our Village.
Killer Cove Boat Rentals
Located at the Resort dock.
Offering boat rentals, boat tours, kayak and canoe rentals (Harrison River only), pontoon boats and pedal boats.