- Biking Itineraries: Tourism Harrison
- Biking North: From Chilliwack
- Biking West: From Hope
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.
1Harrison Eco Tours100 EsplanadeBook Now
Walking, kayaking, and boat tours. Their Bald Eagle-Fish Viewing Tour in the fall takes you on the river to see the large groups of bald eagles feeding on salmon.
2Miss Margaret’s100 Esplanade Ave
Open for breakfast and lunch with fresh hearty snacks, baked goods, soups, sandwiches, and coffee.
3Muddy Waters Cafe328 Esplanade Ave
Farm-to-table breakfast just steps away from the Harrison Lagoon.
4Milos Greek Taverna234 Esplanade
Authentic Greek cuisine in the heart of Harrison. Sit on the patio to enjoy amazing views of Harrison Lake.
5Harrison Corner Cafe310 Hot Springs Rd
Stop in for a seasonally inspired breakfast and enjoy the cafe’s rustic atmosphere.
6Harrison Lake Market112-196 Esplanade Ave
Stock up here with food, snacks, and other essentials before heading out for a day of adventures.
7Harrison Visitor Information Centre and Sasquatch Museum499 Hot Springs Rd
8Harrison Beach Hotel160 Esplanade AveBook Now
A modern hotel right across from the beach and close to the Harrison Hot Springs public pools.
9Harrison Lake Hotel190 Lillooet RdBook Now
Cozy and pet friendly rooms right in the centre of Harrison, close to amazing food, shopping, and sightseeing destinations.
10Harrison Hot Springs Resort100 Esplanade AveBook Now
Luxurious accommodations right on the beach with their own hot spring pools and fine dining options.
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.
11Lhá:lt/Harrison-Chehalis Wildlife Management Area14282 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.
12Sasquatch Provincial ParkEntry 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.
13Kilby Provincial Park215 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.
14Cheam Lake Wetlands Regional ParkEntry 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.
15The River’s Edge Restaurant14282 Morris Valley Rd
Located near the Sandpiper Golf Course, featuring west coast inspired dishes and beautiful waterfront views of the Harrison River.
16Kent Outdoors7048 Pioneer Ave
Stock up on outdoor supplies, camping equipment, binoculars, and any other gear you may need for birding adventures.
17Agassiz Harrison Museum and Visitor Information Centre7011 Pioneer Ave
18Fraser River Lodge7984 McDonald Rd SBook Now
This luxury wilderness resort sits on an 18-acre estate, directly on the shore of the mighty Fraser River. Only a short drive from Harrison Hot Springs, their rustic lodge has woodsy rooms with river or mountain views.
19Rowena’s Inn on the River14282 Morris Valley RdBook Now
Once owned by the Pretty Family, this 1800s manor is now a boutique hotel, offering rooms within the historic hotel or charming cottages, all on a 160-acre estate overlooking the Harrison River.
20Sasquatch Crossing Eco Lodge15500 Morris Valley RdBook Now
Located in Sts’ailes, this historic and eco-friendly B&B generates their own hydro-electric power from a nearby waterfall. Learn about Sts’ailes values and history through creative workshops and guided tours.
Harrison Visitor Information Centre and Sasquatch Museum
Harrison Hot Springs Resort
Lhá:lt/Harrison-Chehalis Wildlife Management Area14282 Morris Valley Rd, Harrison Mills, BC, Canada
Sasquatch Provincial ParkSasquatch Provincial Park, Harrison Hot Springs, BC, Canada
Cheam Lake Wetlands Regional ParkCheam Lake Wetlands Regional Park, Elgey Road, Rosedale, BC, Canada
The River’s Edge Restaurant
Agassiz Harrison Museum and Visitor Information Centre
Rowena’s Inn on the River
Sasquatch Crossing Eco Lodge
The Fraser Valley Bird Trail