Located in Vancouver, Coast & Mountains‘ Fraser Country, the Village of Harrison Hot Springs is a small lakeside community surrounded by mountains and forests and famous for its Hot Springs where visitors can unwind in the beneficial hot mineral waters. The region, originally revered as the “healing place” by the Coast Salish natives, houses two hot springs, Potash and Sulphur. The water from these springs is cooled to about 38 degrees C (100 degrees F) and pumped into the resorts pools. Many visitors also come to this popular resort to enjoy swimming and boating on Harrison Lake, stroll along the lakeshore path and enjoy a snack or meal in one of the many restaurants and cafes.
Harrison Hot Springs Resort is a basecamp for experiencing the scenic beauty, natural attractions and exhilarating outdoor adventures of Harrison Hot Springs, B.C. Tucked among tranquil gardens on the shoreline of Harrison Lake, our relaxing, pet-friendly resort awaits you with rustic charm, modern amenities, and a classic resort experience.
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On a sunny day Harrison Hot Springs is spectacular. The views include giant rocky mountains, a stunning lake surrounded by forests and hills and long sandy beaches. The lake itself is by far the largest one in the Lower Mainland.
The town is located about a 90-minute drive east of Vancouver and about half an hour northeast of Chilliwack.
Harrison Hot Springs is one of our favourite destinations for when we want to escape the city but not travel too far. It’s a great place to visit any time of the year. The place offers a wide range of water-based activities in the summer, hiking opportunities year-round and a ski hill close by in the winter.