Getting Here

By Bike
By Public Transit

A day in the heart of Harrison

Harrison Hot Springs is nestled on the southern tip of Harrison Lake, with easy access to everything you need to stay put – or water-based transport to access unique bird habitats inaccessible by land.

Harrison Eco Tours
 Visitor Centre

Spread Your Wings

The more you fly through the outskirts of the Harrison River Valley, the more super, natural experiences you’ll find hidden amongst the many Fraser River access points.

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Bald Eagle by Shayne Kaye
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    Lhá:lt/Harrison-Chehalis Wildlife Management Area
    14282 Morris Valley Rd

    Stretching the entire Harrison river, this area is renowned for bald eagles feeding on the salmon in the fall and trumpeter swans in the winter. Follow the Eagle Viewing Trail at the Sandpiper Resort for the first of many spectacular views. 

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    Sasquatch Provincial Park
    Entry off Rockwell Drive

    A beautiful park with pocket lakes perfect for a variety of outdoor activities. Bald eagles, woodpeckers, warblers, and vireos are some of the more common birds seen in the area.

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    Kilby Provincial Park
    215 Kilby Rd

    Situated where the Harrison and Fraser rivers meet, this park is a common resting and feeding area for many migratory and resident birds.

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    Cheam Lake Wetlands Regional Park
    Entry on Elgey Road

    A great spot to see a variety of birds. Easy walking trails go through forest and marsh habitats and a floating boardwalk leads to a viewing platform on the lake.

Trumpeter Swan by Shayne Kaye
 Visitor Centre
Rowena's Inn by @vancitywild

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