Create Romance in Harrison Hot Springs
Vacations are not about 'getting away' - but about getting in 'touch'. Get in touch with each other, exploring Harrison….we’re just up the road.
Top 10 Romantic things to do in Harrison
1. Massage for Two 2. Bike Circle Farm
3. Tandem Kayak tour 4. Jacuzzi for Two
5. A night of Fireworks 6. Enjoy the Festival of Arts
7. Trail ride Together 8. Hike and Soak
9. Explore the past 10. Hit the Greens together
Massage for Two: Enjoy a relaxing side-by-side body massage with your partner.
Bike Circle Farm Tour A self-guided tour of our Farm Country. Watch coffee being roasted in a circa 1919 Flame Roaster, stroll through barns filled with antiques, collectibles and home and garden décor, watch cows being milked or cheese being made, experience a luncheon taste sensation…..all this and more to be enjoyed on your Circle Farm Tour.
Tandem Kayak Discover the wonders of Harrison Lake or Harrison River. View the rock formations and ancient artifacts. Get a close up view of the cascading waterfalls. Kayak in the fall and have Salmon jump around you while Bald Eagles swoop down for lunch. Tandem kayaks can be rented at Killer's Cove Boat Rentals.
Jacuzzi for Two Book yourself a getaway to a place where old world charm mixes with modern day amenities. Soak in your private double jacuzzi or relax in front of your wood burning fireplace at Harrison Heritage House & Cottages.
July 1st Fireworks There is no Canada Day quite as enjoyable as a small town Canada day. Enjoy a pancake breakfast at the Fire Hall, a local parade, swing to the sounds of our annual street dance and end your evening at the beach enjoying the sights and sounds of the Canada Day Fireworks display. Our Village has the best Canada Day in the Fraser Valley.
Festival of the Arts this annual week long festival features evening concerts, indoor and outdoor art exhibits, workshops, and artisan art market featuring over 50 stalls boasting handmade furniture, home decor and garden objects, pottery and clothing stalls. With importance placed on the diversity of arts and culture in Canada it is a great event. Stay the weekend enjoy the shopping and take in a concert. Harrison Heritage House is just across the street from the concert hall.
Get up and go….to Mustang Riding Stables Come enter the ambiance of green rolling hills, tall cedars by the creek side and spectacular views of the Coastal Mountains and valley floor. Inhale the picturesque surroundings while enjoying a guided adventure trail ride. With a focus on safety and this experience is accessible for all.
Hike and soak Boundless panoramas, glacial peaks, river carved valleys, dense forests, it’s all waiting to be explored and hiked by you. From Harrisons Most Popular 5K Lagoon Walk to the more strenuous and adventurous Campbell Lake 10k Trail there are many hikes and walks for every level. After a day of outdoors enjoy a soak in the natural mineral rich hot springs. Revered as "healing waters", the mineral waters are said to bring relief to sufferers of rheumatism and arthritis.
Exlplore the Local History Kilby Historic Site is a striking throwback in time complete with period costumes, a quaint café and a 1906 General Store Museum. The Agassiz Harrison Museum, housed in a former Canadian Pacific Railroad Station is where you will find hundreds of artifacts depicting life in the area over the last 114 years. 604.796.3545 The historic Pioneer Cemetary had the first person laid to rest in 1899. The cemetery was located on the hillside to protect it from flooding. Many of the coffins and headstones had to be dragged by a horse and sled to their final resting place.
Golf Combine spectacular views with sport…..Golf at one of our local golf courses. With many local courses to choose from you are sure to find one that suits your level whilst providing great scenery. For a nine-hole PGA rated course try Harrison Resort Golf Course. It is one of the best kept secrets in the Fraser Valley. Or, give it your best swing at the award winning Sandpiper Golf Course situated along the blue green waters of the Harrison River.