With an abundance of outdoor adventure to experience in the Harrison Hot Springs area, take time to wander through some of the community or provincial parks, or experience some of the other nature inspired attractions.
Located north of Harrison Hot Springs, Sasquatch Provincial Park is characterized by a series of pocket lakes, a unique second-growth and birch forest, and scenic mountain ridges.
Tucked away in a rural pastoral setting, Kilby Provincial Park is characterized by its scenic riverfront location and wonderful pioneer history. The park offers a destination rivering experience.
Located east of Chilliwack, Bridal Veil Falls Provincial Park is a scenic day-use area. The landscape encompassing the park is characterized by low elevation valleys and lush, rounded mountains. Visitors can enjoy picnicking, hiking, and viewing the spectacular Bridal Veil Falls, which tumbles 60 metres over a smooth rock face, creating a “veil-like” effect.
Great Blue Heron Nature Reserve is a 130-hectare site (325 acre) located on the un-dyked floodplain of the Vedder River. Managed by the Great Blue Heron Nature Reserve Society, the site is known for the breeding colony of Great Blue Herons, as well as a wide variety of wildlife and vegetation.
Harrison Eco Tours offers a variety of activities to suit every taste and ability. From guided hikes to self-guided kayaking to jet boat tours.
Enjoy backcountry excursions in the eastern wilderness of Harrison Lake. Wilderness tours, guided hiking, wildlife viewing, custom designed adventures, lake tours, helicopter hikes, and snowshoeing in paradise are all options. The pace is laid back, the views spectacular, and they are committed to giving you a day in the wilderness that will take your mind far away from the city influence.