• 272 Lillooet Ave, Harrison Hot Springs, BC, Canada


Visit Harrison Hot Springs in the warmer seasons and be prepared for fun without the snow: known for its leisurely days and friendly ways, Harrison Hot Springs has alot to offer in the way of nature, art, entertainment, shopping and food. Visit Harrison Festival of the Arts, celebrate music, theatre, dance and visual arts over 9 days with national and international participants, experience unforgettable tours, unwind in the beneficial hot mineral waters of Harrison Hot Springs, Enjoy Stock Car, Hotrod & Custom Racing in BC at Agassiz Speedway, get back to basics with this self-guided farm tour through the countryside, visit the 1906 General Store Museum, Manchester House Hotel & Post Office, Ride the 400 feet of darkness in the black hole, tube the rapids river ride and enjoy the other amenities including a heated kiddies pool. While enjoying Harrison Hot Springs’ many activities and picturesque landscapes, there are also plenty of opportunities for fun-filled day trips to nearby BC theme parks

Kick your sandals off and sunbathe on the sandy beaches of Harrison Lake, the largest body of freshwater in Southwestern BC. Embark on an interpretative boat tour. Take in art and music at a local gallery. Go back in time through a CP railway station built in the 1800’s. Curl up with a good book at one of several charming cafes. Boat, fish, golf, hike, cycle or just put your feet up and relax in a natural BC hot springs pool.

Our RV and camping enthusiasts have plenty to choose from among Hot Spring’s big list of things to do!

  • Mountain Biking: Take the mountain biking challenge of the Hicks Lake, Bear Lake, Beaver Pond and Bridal Trails..
  • Canoeing: Whether it’s the Miami River, the lakes of Sasquatch Park or the Harrison Lake and River, every level of skill can be accommodated.
  • Dining: From five- star dining to late night hot dog stands, Harrison Hot Springs and Agassiz host some of the finest restaurants anywhere, with menus that offer the cuisine of many countries.
  • Stock Car Racing: Interested in auto racing in BC? Check out auto racing events near Harrison Hot Springs, BC.
  • Fishing: Cutthroat, Rainbow, Dolly Varden, Steelhead, Coho and gigantic Sturgeon abound in the lakes, rivers and creeks around us.
  • Mini-Golf: The Tugboat Junction — A beautifully landscaped adventure mini-golf course with waterfalls, train trestle and train station clubhouse… 750 Hot Springs Road.
  • Golf: Several exceptional golf courses are located in Harrison Hot Springs. 
    • Harrison Resort Golf Course 800-693-8277
    • Sandpiper Golf Resort 1-800-693-8277
    • Mountain Brook Golf Course, Bridal Falls 604 –794-7788
    • The Falls (800) 862-3168
  • Hang Gliding: Join the Vancouver and Fraser Valley Hang Gliding Association (800-693-8277) on a weekend afternoon from April to October at Mount Woodside.
  • Hiking: Hot Sprints RV and Campground has trails on the property to explore, but there are also many other trails such as .
  • Heritage Site: Harrison proudly shares it’s supernatural BC history and culturally diverse arts. Step back in time and discover the lives of natives and the early settlers dating back to the 1800’s.
  • Nothing: Sometimes the best part of an RV or Camping holiday! Read a novel, watch the eagles, or just sit back and enjoy the fresh air!
  • Picnicking: Take the family on an excursion to the park for an enjoyable picnic lunch in Agassiz’s Pioneer Park, Harrison Hot Springs’ Rendall Park or drive up to Sasquatch Provincial Park for an unforgettable barbeque at the Green Point picnic area.
  • Sailing: Almost a guaranteed wind every summer afternoon. Remember – Harrison is a mountain lake and can be dangerous for small craft when the wind comes up.
  • Canoeing: Whether it’s the Miami River, the lakes of Sasquatch Park or the Harrison Lake and River, every level of skill can be accommodated.
  • Swimming: Swim in the Hot Springs heated pools; the Public Hot Springs Pool, or along the beaches at Harrison Lake.
  • Spa: We can book a mobile spa to set up in your RV, or you can take a trip into the village to visit the many spas there.
  • Tennis: The public courts are located in Spring Park beside the Miami River and in Agassiz at the fairgrounds or the high school.
  • Water Skiing: Early mornings and late afternoons offer the best chances for calm water on Harrison Lake.
  • Water Sliding: Perfect for the kids: Trans Canada Water Slides.
  • Wind Surfing: 20 knot winds and three foot waves create excitement every afternoon!