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Our Local Area

The hotel is located in the heart of Harrison Lake village, just steps from the beach and the public hot springs pool.. We offer free parking, but you won’t need a car to explore the village—everything is within easy walking distance of our hotel.

Harrison Hot Springs Public Pool

Fed by the mineral-rich natural hot springs that give our village its name, the Harrison public pool offers the only public access to Harrison’s healing waters. Kept at an average temperature of 38°C (100°F), the pool is renowned for its therapeutic benefits, which have been celebrated for centuries by the Sts'ailes First Nations.

Harrison Lake

Covering 200 square kilometres, the glacier fed Harrison Lake is nestled into a breathtakingly beautiful stretch of the southern Coast Mountains. Its shore at Harrison Hot Springs is one of the most popular and picturesque beaches in the province and a hot spot for fishing, boating and a variety of watersports.

Nearby Golf Courses

Harrison Hot Springs has a number of golf courses within a short driving. The closest being the 9-hole Harrison Hot Springs golf course just on Hot Springs Rd.

The Bridal Falls Golf Course is about a 15 minutes drive near the Trans Canada Highway at exit 135.

The Falls Golf Course is an exceptional 18-hole course with amazing views and is also located off of the Trans Canada Highway at exit 129.

The Sandpiper Golf Course is a water front 18-hole course and is located in nearby Harrison Mills.

Eagles at Harrison Mills

Nearby Harrison Mills is home to the world’s largest concentrated gathering of the eagles. Thousands of eagles are drawn to the region by the millions of spawning salmon that travel up the Fraser River to tributaries, such as the Harrison River. The Chehalis Flats and Harrison River are also home to diverse wildlife including trumpeter swans, ducks, seals, bears, coyotes, deer and the great white sturgeon.

The largest concentration of eagles happens in the fall and winter months. During the month of November, boat tours take tourists from Harrison Lake to Harrison Mills by way of the Harrison River.

Bridal Falls Water Park

Wednesday, June 1, 2016 – Friday, September 30, 2016

Featuring a variety of slides both thrilling and leisurely, Bridal Falls Water Park is surrounded by awe-inspiring scenery 20 minutes south of Harrison. With no stairs to climb, it’s also one of the area’s most accessible water parks, ideal for families and aquatic thrill seekers of all ages.

Harrison Waterpark

Wednesday June 1, 2016 – Friday, September 30, 2016.

The Harrison Waterpark is a relatively new attraction in Harrison Hot Springs, but has quickly become a very popular one. This floating water park is unique in the region and offers all day fun for adults and children (with adult supervision if under 10 years of age).