14 Top Things To Do in Harrison Hot Springs and Agassiz
Fraser Valley, British Columbia.
The Top 14 Things To Do in Harrison Hot Springs and Agassiz, British Columbia, Canada part of the Lower Mainland, Fraser Valley B.C. Region.
Hot for Springs : Pack a bathing suite and book some time in one of the hot springs in the region. There are wilderness hot springs and there are developed, commercial hot springs. You decide.
Hook a Fish : Try your luck at sturgeon fishing on the Fraser River or trout fishing in Harrison Hot Springs Lake, Alouette Lake or Cultus Lake when visiting in Harrison Hot Springs, BC. Bring your gear and boat or sign up with a fishing charter and guide for your fishing adventure.
Book an Attraction : Head out on the town and visit an attraction like the hot springs, boat cruises, golf courses, museums, Tugboat Junction Adventure Park, water slides and more.
Boots to the Ground : Bring your hiking boots and set out on an adventure exploring the backcountry trails near Harrison Hot Springs. Or plan for an overnight adventure and bring your backpacking camping gear along and seek out one of the backcountry wilderness campsites.
Hit the Snow : In the winter season bring the ski gear along or rent some and try the slopes in Hemlock Valley. Both downhill and cross country ski trails and runs are available.. plus there is a snowboard park.
Go for a Walk : Take the time and walk the lakefront promenade when in the Village of Harrison Hot Springs. It is one of the nicest waterfront walkways in the Fraser Valley for sightseeing and scenery.
Paddle in Paradise : Bring your kayak or canoe and set out on a sunset paddle, day paddle or an overnight camp out on any of the many lakes in the region. If you did not pack the kayak or canoe then rent one and dare yourself to have some fun in the wilderness.
Farm Tours : Plan a day on a self guided farm tour visiting agricultural businesses throughout the Fraser Valley sampling some of the local produce, baked goods, wines and organic goods in the region.
Guides & Tours : Let someone else plan your adventure. Hire a local fishing guide and go fish for sturgeon, salmon or trout... or sign up for a sightseeing tour and go on a boat cruise on Harrison Lake.
Go Waterfalling : Take your camera along and set out on a boat cruise seeking waterfalls on Harrison Lake or bring some hiking boots and walk some of the wilderness trails in the region leading to waterfalls.
Swing a Club : Pack up the clubs and try your luck at one of the local golf courses or driving ranges in the Fraser Valley area. See how your drives, sand shots and putt measure up on a local golf course.
Picnic in a Park : Pack a lunch, load up the family and venture out to one of the nearby nature day use picnic sites in the region. There are picnic sites located near waterfalls, rivers, forests and mountains.
Historic Footsteps : Visit a museum or check out the historic buildings in downtown Harrison Hot Springs. Or venture out and visit one of the nearby heritage villages, First Nation villages or explore history at the Kilby Store and Farm.
Arts & Culture : There are art studios, theatre and art galleries in the Fraser Valley region. There are events and festivals. Why not plan a trip when the community is celebrating an event or festival and join in on the fun.