Trip Length: 2-3 days
Day 1: Arrive in Harrison in the early afternoon. While many of the accommodations have a 4 PM check in, you can use the early afternoon to get to know our Village. Enjoy our lakeside views, the upper lakeside promenade is a 1 km (one-way) paved path, the trail around the lagoon is a 0.8 km gravel path. On the lakeside promenade, there are 5 wheelchair accessible entry and exit points located at the Harrison Resort, Civic Centre Plaza, Maple Street, Chehalis Street, the Boat Launch.
Upon returning from your exploration, check-in, and catch a sunset wildlife cruise with Harrison Eco Tours (Please call ahead to reserve their accessible boat). If you are particularily interested in eagles, we highly recommend coming in the Fall.
Day 2: Catching Dinosaurs. Start you day with breakfast at one of our local restaurants, then head to the Resort dock for your pre-booked Sportfishing Excursion, please note that the Resort Dock causeway can be very steep with low water levels. BC Sportfishing Group's trained guides can take you out on their accessible boat, equipped with adaptive reels including a specialized glove and a sip and puff adapter, to reel in your magnificent sturgeon. Don't worry about packing a lunch, as the BC Sportfishing Guides have lunch prepared for you as this is an all-day experience.
After fishing you've likely worked up quite the appetite, time to dine in the restaurant of your choice. After dinner, you may stroll down to the beach, where our beach has been made accessible by Mobi-Mat. The Mobi-Mat is located on the West side of the Civic Centre Plaza. At this point, you may either head home, or spend one more relaxing night in Harrison Hot Springs.
Shoreline Tours- Take a scenic lake cruise with shoreline tours. Please note, that while there is a ramp to the La Roan's entrance, the friendly staff at Shoreline Tours will have to assist wheelchairs on and off the vessel.
Agassiz Speedway: Agassiz Speedway is open seasonally and operated by Kent Raceway Society, a non-profit society dedicated to supporting and furthering the sport of stock car racing in the Fraser Valley. We are wheelchair accessible, have seating for 1000 in grandstand. Check out our schedule for more details.
Qwoltz Park and the Source: Harrison's Hot Springs were first used as a healing place by the Sts'Ailes people known as "kwals" or Qwólts, the Halq'eméylem word meaning boiling water. There is now a small park with interpretive signage to learn more about our indigenous history. This is a short 1 km gravel trail leaving from the Harrison Hot Springs Resort, to the hto springs source.
Cheam Wetlands: Cheam Wetlands is home to an abundance of wildlife and a series of flat gravel trails, approximately 2 kms. There is a wheelchair accessible viewing platform close to the parking area.