Fall activities to do
Come enjoy Fall activities in Harrison Hot Springs.
1. 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.
2. Harrison Festival Society
Check out the Fall line-up of concerts hosted by the Festival Society. www.harrisonfestival.com.
3. Fraser Valley Bald Eagle Festival
View hundreds of eagles along the shores of Harrison Lake and River. Go out with one of the local tour companies by boat and see one of the largest populations in North America. www.harrisonecotours.com, www.shorelinetours.net.
4. Agassiz Fall Fair and Corn Festival
Voted the best small town country fair in BC. Antique tractor pull, corn & chicken bbq, parade, 4-H animals, midway, exhibits, music and more. www.agasizfallfair.ca
5. Weaver Creek Spawning Channel
Built to provide habitat for sockeye, chum and pink salmon and to sustain the stocks. An incredible sight in October. At the nearby Chehalis Fish Hatchery you can view the ‘fries’ and learn more about the fish lifecycle. Approx. 25 min drive from Harrison Hot Springs.
6. Art Gallery
Ranger Station Public Art Gallery. New exhibits monthly. Free admission.
7. Sasquatch Provincial Park
Picnicing, canoing/kayaking, hiking, swimming, and camping can all still be enjoyed with our mild Fall weather.
8. Circle Farm Tour
Fall is harvest time for many farms and is a great time to take in the self-guided Circle Farm Tour. www.circlefarmtour.ca
9. Peddle Power
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 centre of the Village.
10. Head back to the 1920’s
Kilby Historic Site, 1906 General Store Mueum, working heritage farm, costumed interpreters, friendly farm animals, home style restaurant. Thanksgiving and Halloween special events. www.kilby.ca
11. Shopping and Markets
Browse the unique, one of a kind shops in the Village or stop by the Harrison Craft Market Sept 3-4 which features artisans from around the province. It’s never too late to shop for the holidays or to just treat yourself!
12. Take a Hike
Discover the most popular hiking & walking trails in the region which are spectacular with the Fall colours. Stop in at the Harrison Hot Springs Visitor Centre for the latest information.
13. Agassiz Speedway
The racing action continues under the lights on Saturday evenings with races September 1o, 24 and October 29. www.agassizspeedway.com