Experience the Wild
Now that fall is in full swing its the perfect time to escape life’s hustle and bustle and get away just up the road. The fall brings incredible changes to Harrison from the glorious change of colours to the spawning salmon. Come explore….walking in the rain, hunkering down with a good book, enjoying a warm bowl of soup, and refreshing walks in the woods that take us back to a simpler time.
Harrison Hot Springs in the Harrison River Valley is the perfect fall getaway for those seeking quiet, peaceful, and relaxing holiday. As we move into November the days get shorter heralding the beginning of Lights by the Lake. An incredible outdoor celebration of lights, with displays showcasing the Harrison Sasquatch and local wildlife. Displays meander over more than a kilometer and the best part is that it is free.
Enjoy Season of the Wild
The Season of the Wild tells the story of the salmon, sturgeon, and eagles here in the Harrison River Valley. Every year, the salmon swim up the Harrison River and come to rest in our tributaries to lay their eggs. The spawning season typically begins mid-October, with prime viewing October through early November. This event, along with cooling temperatures in the North, contribute to the large gathering of the Bald Eagles seen here in October – January; with the peak eagle viewing in November. View the itinerary
Farm to Table
Interested in the local agricultural scene? Then check out Agassiz & Harrison Mills Circle Farm Tours, a free self-guided tour that takes you to a variety of farms and food producers in the Agassiz Harrison area. For more information on this wonderful tour.
The Harrison River Valley is located
an hour from the Canada-US border and is
1.5 hours from downtown Vancouver.
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The Harrison River Valley shares land with the traditional territories of the Sts’ Ailes, Seabird Island, Sq’ewá:lxw, Cheam, Douglas, Leq’a:mel, Samahquam, Sq’ewlets, and Skatin First Nations.