Summer activities to do
Come enjoy spring-time activities in Harrison Hot Springs.
1. A day at the Beach
Spectacular natural beauty abounds. Build a sandcastle, have a picnic, play beach volleyball or just sit back and relax.
2. Water Sports
Some serious fun can be had on the lake with bumper boats, banana tube rides, seadoos, kayaks, canoes, speed boats and more. Visit the dock in front of the Harrison Resort.
3. Adventure Park at Tugboat Juncton
Family fun adventure park featuring mini golf, train rides, inflatables, gold panning and more. Opens May long weekend for the season. www.tugboatjunction.com
4. Festivals and Events
Harrison is home to the awarding winning Harrison Festival of the Arts, Fraser Valley Dragon Boat Regatta, Poker Run, Slow Food Cycle Tour to name just a few. Check the Tourism Harrison website regularly for event updates. www.tourismharrison.com
5. Ice Cream & Treats
Summer would not be the same without the cool sweets, indulge and treat yourself at one of the local shops; Baskin Robbins, Chantilly Gelato, Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory.
6. Public Pool – Natural Thermal Spring Water
Take in the waters, sooth and refresh your body. Open 7 days a week. Phone 604 796 2244 ext 249 for admission and hours
7. Cheese Please
The Farm House Natural Cheeses, large range of artisan cheeses and dairy product right on a family farm using the rich pure milk from cows and goats. Watch the cheesemaking process through the viewing windows and treat yourself to the taste of pure country. www.farmhousecheeses.com
The coffee culture is alive and well in Harrison. Enjoy a cup at one of several spots in the Village. Muddy Waters, Miss Margarets, Cookin Kim’s Country Cafe or head to The Back Porch and watch coffee being roasted in a circa 1919 flame roaster.
9. Agassiz Speedway
Racing April – October. Sportsman, Street, Mini and Hornet classes. Action packed oval track racing under the lights on Saturdays. www.Agassizspeedway.com
10. Peddle Power
Jamie’s Quadracycle Rentals. For some wheel fun, grab your friends and family and cruise around town in a four seater bike or choose from your own trike, limo or ranger style bicycle. Check them out in the Village.
11. Sasquatch Provincial Park
Enjoy two nearby lakes – Hicks and Deer Lakes or the picnic area at Greenpoint on Harrison Lake. The park also offers canoing/kayaking, hiking, swimming, interpretive programs, playgound and camping.
12. Head back to the 1920′s
Kilby Historic Site, 1906 General Store Mueum, working heritage farm, costumed interpreters, friendly farm animals, home style restaurant. www.kilby.ca
13. Herb Garden Visit
Limbert Mountain Farm, a heritage experience, fresh herbs, garlic, salads in season, heirloom tomatoes. Learn how, with cooking classes & herb gardening classes. Gifts for the home and garden or lunch in the Tea Room. www.limbertmountainfarm.com
14. Take a Hike
Discover the most popular hiking & walking trails in the region. Stop in at the Harrison Hot Springs Visitor Centre for up to date trail information.
15. Minter Gardens
Dazzle your senses at the world class show gardens. www.mintergardens.com