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Harrison 3.0

Harrison 3.0




Tourism Harrison Hot Springs | Find Nature... Just up the Road

In an effort to show visitors that Harrison Hot Springs is more than just another sunny day destination, Tourism Harrison is launching a new marketing campaign called Harrison 3.0. Tourism Harrison Executive Director Robert Reyerse, says the town has undergone a lot of changes during the last few years and should be celebrated. Harrison is a new revitalized, reborn, refreshed place with lots going on.

The village has seen a large amount of improvements, including a new pump station, renovations to Esplanade Avenue, a new washroom and recreation facility, and the upcoming opening of a regional park.
While Harrison 3.0 is geared to anyone interested in visiting the Harrison area, one area Tourism Harrison wants to spotlight is the day-trippers who come to visit from surrounding areas such as Chilliwack, Hope and Abbotsford, with the ultimate goal being a renewed interest in Harrison as a destination.

We have it all... we are the perfect place for romance, for  families with young children, for families with older children, for renewing and refreshing relationships, for photographers, boaters, hikers, swimmers, bird lovers, sand castle builders, Sasquatch chasers, campers, art lovers, fishermen, walkers, runners, road bikers, stroller-pushers, dog walkers, kiters, windsurfers, Circle Farm Tour-ers, stock car racers, and golfers, to name just a few.

Find nature... just up the road.

Biking in and around Harrison

Biking in and Around Harrison





Harrison Hot Springs offers some of the finest biking to be found in the Fraser Valley. At Harrison's doorstel the fertline farmland of Agassiz provides kilometer after kilometer of beautiful scenery and wonderful country roads. Best of all it is all flat. Starting from the Harrison Visitor Center, you could do a twenty kilometer route and come back feeling as though you've only pedalled five.

There is so much to see and do that the road rolls beneath your wheels and the sun, fresh air and freedom flows through you like a summer breeze.  Ride past a number of Circle Farm Tour stops...  Watch for the cat in the grass...

At The Back Porch,  Dan and Lynda invite you to visit their pottery & basketry studio, watch coffee being roasted in a circa 1919 flame roaster or head out to the barn to see the antiques and collectables.  Farm House Natural Cheeses  offers a variety of hand made artisan cheeses that are produced from rich, fresh milk produced from the dairy cows and goats on the farm...and, the gelato flavors are awesome!  The barn animals are wonderful to visit and love head scratches and ear rubs!

Bike around Limbert mountain...ride the dike...or, for those of you looking for something more challenging, take on Mount Woodside and see if you have what it takes to get to the other side.

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