Recharge – Fresh air and a good quiet sleep will do wonders to recharge your batteries

Recharge in Harrison Hot Springs

Harrison Hot Springs has the been the place to heal and recharge for centuries.  We all get exhausted at some point in time. We all need to recharge in our own unique way. So what replenishes you most?  Here is our list:

                                             Top 10 Ways to Recharge in Harrison

                          1. Sleep on a cloud                            2. Re-energizing dining
                          3. Natural Hiking Tonic                  4. Paddle upstream
5. Sea Salt Glow                                  6. Cooking on the Wild Side
7. Go Fish!                                               8. Go to the Greens
9. Recharge at the Speedway 10. Recharge on the river

 Sleep on a cloud . . . the comforts of home…away from home. Stay in Harrison Heritage House’s Heritage Suite. Curl up by the wood burning fire or soak in your private double Jacuzzi. Drift away in one of our queen beds with pillow top mattress and down duvet. Wake up recharged and enjoy all Harrison Hot Springs has to offer!

Re-energizing dining –  It is a known fact that fish and berries recharge the weary body helping to release serotonin. Experts suggest that the carbohydrates present in a baked potato or a cup of spaghetti or white rice, release enough serotonin to relieve the anxiety of a stressful day. After a high carb meal at one of Harrisons great restaurants walk along the beach to Muddy Waters for a Berry Smoothie! Just what the body needs!

Natural Hiking Tonic – Not only will exercise give you more energy to accomplish things and help you relieve stress, it can improve your overall health.  With boundless panoramas, glacial peaks, river carved valleys, dense forests, it’s all waiting to be explored and hiked by you. From Harrison’s Most Popular 5K Lagoon Walk to the more strenuous and adventurous Campbell Lake 10k Grind there are many hikes and walks for every level. Hiking soothes the soul!

There’s something about the water  Our bodies are 70% water and there is something about being on the water that is invigorating.  Get into a kayak or canoe and discover the wonders of Harrison Lake. View the rock formations and ancient artifacts. Get a close up view of the cascading waterfalls.

Moor Mud Treatment – Experience the magic from the earth with a full body mask, rich in vitamins, minerals and enzymes. Try one of Harrison Hot Springs best massages at the Healing Springs Spa.

Cooking on the Wild Side! – There is no better way to recharge your body and mind then by learning something new and eating well. A cooking class accomplishes both.  Take a Simply Fine Food cooking course at Limbert Mountain Farm and feed the body and soul.

Go Fish!  Trout, salmon and sturgeon abound…fish some of the local lakes or charter a guided fishing tour. Spend the day on the water and fish your worries away! If you manage to catch something the omega 3 will help your body recharge as well.

Spend a day on the Greens – 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.

Recharge at the Agassiz Speedway – Stock car racing is Saturday Nights Under The Lights! Enjoy watching Sportsman Class, Street Stocks, Mini Stocks and Hornets race around the ¼ mile oval track. Enjoy a great night of racing with trophy dashes, heat races and main events!

Recharge on the river…..or lake… Rent a boat or bring your own. There is no better way to see Harrison Lake and River then by boat.  At 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. Visit the protected bay.