Harrison Hot Springs - Harrison Lake

Harrison Hot Springs Hotels, Inns - Harrison Houseboat Rentals

Harrison Lake Guests come from around the world to relax and stay in this lakeshore resort. The sand and waters of Harrison Lake always make for good times. You can go for a refreshing dip, explore by kayak, hire a fishing guide, hike the trails, tour world class gardens and much more.

The Harrison Festival of the Arts, which takes place in July features international music, dance, theatre and visual arts.  The World Championship Sand Sculpture Competition takes place in September - October offers individual and team carvers from around the world the chance to shape amazing castles, cottages, myths and fairy tales on the beach.  Harrison offers a charming small town atmosphere with quality accommodations to suit a variety of preferences and budgets from hotels, motels, b and b’s and camping/RV parks.

West on Highway 7 is Harrison Mills.  This picture perfect community is the “ Home of the Bald Eagle.”  Hundreds of these birds frequent the area from November through April.  In the spring and summer, the Harrison River is a fisherman’s paradise, with large runs of steelhead, coho and sockeye salmon.  In the winter excellent skiing can be found at Hemlock. 
  
HOW TO GET TO HARRISON HOT SPRINGS 

From Vancouver ( 1.5 hrs. ) take the Trans Canada Highway #1 on the south side of the Fraser Riverand take the Agassiz - Harrison turn-off just past Chilliwack or take The Lougheed Highway - Highway #7 on the north side of the Fraser River and just past the Hemlock Valley turn off watch the signs for Harrison Hot Springs. 

From Seattle ( 3 hrs ) take Highway #5 to Bellingham, #539 to Lynden, east to Sumas border crossing and head east on the Trans Canada Highway #1. 

From other parts of  British Columbia Highways #5 and #3 all become Highway #1 west of Hope.  Seaplane and Helicopter landing facilities are available. 

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