Tourism Harrison Newsletter

Beachin' In Harrison

                                                                                                                                          August  1, 2018

What comes to mind when you think of Harrison, besides hot springs?

The Lake!

And, we would like to think that we aren't just any lake! From shoreline picnic grounds and soft sand to boat launches and a floating water park, we aren't sure why you would ever want to leave.

Here's how to make the most out of your day adventure!
building sandcastles and sunbathing
hitting up a local restaurant with killer patio views
playing beach volleyball & other lakeside sports
getting in the water to kayak, banana boat, jet-ski, you name it!
enjoying ice cream! (Who doesn't scream for ice cream?!)

Stop by Baskin Robbins to grab a double scoop of your favourite ice cream or a combo. Or head down to Chantilly and try gelato or sorbet. Classics include raspberry, vanilla, and mango or specialty flavours like cappuccino cookie and pistachio!





Be sure to bring:

  • plenty of sunscreen

  • lots of water

  • a cooler bag to hold your drinks

  • first aid supplies

  • change of clothing

  • frisbee or ball


Agassiz Farm Market:  Thursday afternoons from 4 - 7 pm, the Agassiz Farm Market connects local growers, artisans, and supporters. Featuring a market area for shopping and a kids zone!

Plein Air Painting Festival at Kilby: Starting on Aug 17th, join us for the 4th Annual Plein Air Painting Festival located at Kilby Historic Site. This 'In the Open Air' event was a great success last year. Come to see the participants in action on Friday and Saturday with a public display on Sunday. Don't forget to ask about the festival luncheon!

Bands on the Beach: September 1st and 2nd from 1:00 - 6:00 pm. Noted as one of our best summer events, bring your lawn chairs and get ready to rock out to Bluegrass, Indie, and New Country music. Check out the bands!





Harrison Beer Festival - Tickets are available as of 11 am today!
Returning this October, the Harrison Beer Festival brings the best BC microbreweries to one convenient location.  Held in St. Alice Hall, the festival ends with an Oktoberfest Dance.

Make sure to buy your tickets early as this event sells out extremely fast!




Harrison Hot Springs is far enough
away to feel away from it all, but only a 40-minute drive from Abbotsford and a scenic 
1.5-hour drive from Vancouver.

Love the journey as much as the visit. 
#justuptheroad .



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