Harrison Lake and River offer a water adventure to suit every taste and level of adventure. Whether its power boating, sailing, windsurfing, sea-dooing, canoeing or kayaking it all can happen in one of the most beautiful places on earth.
Boating There is no better way to see Harrison Lake and River than by boat. What you need to know:There are several local boat launches - one in the East end of the Village and one in Sasquatch Park (Greenpoint day use area). Kilby Beach also has a launch for Harrison River access.Killer's Cove Marina provides moorage and the only source of fuel on the lake.Listen to VHF radio channel 68 for boating information.Harrison Lake is glacier fed and full of river currents and constant winds - it is important to wear a PFD. Best Boating excursions
Rainbow Falls - up the lake on the east side in Cascade Bay you will find one of the most beautiful waterfalls. Echo Island - Circumnavigate the Island for great views. Long Island - Just past Echo Island on the west side of the lake is Long Island. Dock at the protected bay and enjoy the 'bring your own BBQ' facilities and tree swing. They even have an outhouse
Board the Laroan and enjoy a Harrison Lake Tour with Shoreline Tours. This fantastic tour departs daily - in season - and enjoy all the highlights of Harrison Lake or River, depending on the tour. It's informative and interesting and we highly recommend it.Contact one of the following for Boat Rental:Killers Cove Boat Rentals Harrison Water Sports Rent a canoe at Hicks Lake