Harrison Lake - Photo Courtesy of Tourism Harrison
friendly vacation town of Harrison Hot Springs, British Columbia,
is located at the south end of Harrison
Lake, a beautiful warm 60km (37mi) long lake ideal
for boating, sailing and swimming.
to history, the hot springs were discovered in 1859 when paddlers
capsized in winter and realized that the lake water was warm.
There are two hot springs on the shore of Harrison Lake making
it a very popular resort and health spa with people from all
corners of the globe.
Harrison Hot Springs area is also known as the home of the
legendary Sasquatch, a very elusive, giant
Hot Springs is an ideal holiday spot with hot springs, top
quality accommodations, unique and interesting shops, restaurants
and dining facilities, and a wide array of recreational
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World class hotels, motels, bed and breakfast, and RV Parks.
Moderate with warm summers, cool rainy winters.
Approximately125km (78mi) east of Vancouver, British Columbia,
on BC Highway 7 on the north side of the Fraser River and a
short distance from the junction of BC Hwys 7 and 9. Highway
9 crosses the Fraser River and links up with Highway 1 (The
Trans Canada Hwy).
Culture Company - Courtesy Tourism Harrison
Facilities/Activities: swimming, sailing, windsurfing, fishing,
boating, canoeing, golfing, hiking, or soaking in one of the
at Harrison - Courtesy Tourism Harrison
Attractions: Harrison Public Hot Pools, Harrison Lake, Festival
of Arts and Sasquatch Provincial Park.
Cannon' Sturgeon fishing - Courtesy Tourism Harrison