Here in Harrison Hot Springs, we love a rainy day. It makes the air fresh and the surrounding forests and fields vibrant and green. What is best of all, it that it gives us an excuse to enjoy a slower pace of life. Here are four ways that you can enjoy a rainy day when visiting.
TAKE IN THE ARTS
Located a couple steps away from Harrison Beach Hotel, Canwest Art Gallery features a unique collection of forty Canadian artisans. Enjoy water colour impressions, contemporary acrylic paintings, unique blown glass creations, exquisite jewelry, exotic soaps and so much more.
Or step back in time with a trip to the Kilby Historic Site. This 5-acre heritage attraction showcases captivating mementos of what life was like in Harrison Mills over 100 years ago. Take time to view the artifacts of the 1906 General Store Museum, Manchester House Hotel and Post Office. Once you’ve completed your tour, you can have a seat and enjoy a tasty meal in the home-style café.
DRINK IT IN
On a cool blustery day, there’s nothing quite as comforting as a warm cuppa joe, and there’s no better place to enjoy it than Muddy Waters Café. Enjoy a frothy latte coupled with your favourite baked treat!
If a latte is not strong enough for you, then make your way to the Old Settler Pub to enjoy a pint or two.
BE ONE WITH NATURE
Sometimes the best way to beat the temperamental weather is just to embrace it.
Take a guided forest therapy walk with Ya Doma Nature and Forest Therapy. And provide yourself the opportunity to turn inward, find a new perspective, decompress and enjoy a myriad of other amazing fortuities in the beautiful forests that surround Harrison Hot Springs.
Or hit the links and enjoy a round of golf at the Sandpiper Golf Club. Voted by the province as the #1 golf course in the Fraser Valley, this par 72 course offers 6,500 yards of playable area and four sets of tees for all playing abilities.
SOAK IT IN
What better way to enjoy a rainy day then playing in the water! If stomping in puddles isn’t your thing, consider a day enjoying the amenities at Harrison Beach Hotel.