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Set against the mountainous backdrop of the Fraser Valley and reclining on the sandy shores of Harrison Lake, Harrison Hot Springs lives and breathes R&R. Famed for its rejuvenating spring waters and a vast itinerary of outdoor activities, the quaint family-friendly village and surrounding landscape caters to the restful and restless alike. Golf, wildlife watching, and fishing reel in many a visitor, while skimming the cool glacial lake waters in a canoe or on waterskies are favorite pastimes too. What’s more, it’s all just a short drive from Vancouver.

Things to see

It's renowned as a place of healing for thousands of years, and you can’t visit Harrison Hot Springs without testing the water itself. The Harrison Hot Springs Resort and Spa is home to indoor and outdoor pools directly fed by the spring’s hot, natural mineral water. With serene lakes, sprawling forests, and breathtaking mountain scenery, the Sasquatch Provincial Park is a haven of outdoor pursuits. Here you can fish for trout, canoe on Deer Lake, or hike through woodland while keeping your eyes peeled for the region’s most elusive resident – Bigfoot. Just a few minutes south of the village you’ll find another natural paradise, Bridal Veil Falls Provincial Park. Swathed in lush forest, the main feature is the 60 meter high rolling waterfall that gave the park its name. Bridal Falls Water Park is perfect for cooling off in the summer months. With kid-friendly slides and pools, the park offers pretty green picnic spots and a colorful mini golf course.

Hotels in Harrison Hot Springs

From family-friendly resorts to rejuvenating retreats, there are hotels in Harrison Hot Springs to suit every taste and budget. If you have a taste for R&R laden luxury, the village offers it with a glittering lakeside view. Amenities to expect include indoor and outdoor pools, spas, health clubs, and a menu of pampering treatments to choose from. Hotels, inns, and B&Bs make up the mid-range, many of which provide the usual mod cons, such as free WiFi and flatscreen televisions. You’ll also find a good range of cheap hotels in Harrison Hot Springs, along with campgrounds and RV parks for an even thriftier escape.

Where to stay

A hotel in Harrison Hot Springs puts you on nature’s doorstep without sacrificing any of the creature comforts. With its friendly small-town atmosphere, the walkable village is home to an eclectic mix of souvenir shops and restaurants. From handmade chocolates and artisan crafted trinkets, to cheap eats and fine dining, there’s something here for all. Sitting at the southern end of Harrison Lake, sandy beaches and water soaked fun are always moments away, while nearby tour operators can set you up for adventures further afield. The village is also the center of the community’s events, including the vibrant Harrison Festival of the Arts and the Harrison Beer Festival.

How to get to Harrison Hot Springs

Vancouver International and Abbotsford International are the main gateways into the region for those flying in. Shuttles, buses, and private transfers can all be booked from the airport, though it’s recommended that you rent a car to enjoy the area to its fullest. Some attractions, such as Bridal Veils Water Park, are a little further out. For those driving in from Vancouver International, allow a good two hours for your journey. For cheaper travel from within America and Canada, Harrison Hot Springs is easily reachable from any town or city served by the Greyhound bus service.

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