Experience the Season of the Wild
Every year, salmon swim up the Harrison River and come to rest in our tributaries to lay their eggs. This season, reignite your sense of wonder and awe and explore the Season of the Wild with a number of guided excursions and self-guided trails to explore along the Fraser Valley.
Kilby Provincial Park Loop Trail
Start at the Kilby Historic Site or at Kilby Park and walk along the beach, then make your way to the dyke. Follow to the Lougheed Highway, and return along School Road.
Sandpiper Golf Course: Eagle Walk
From the Sandpiper parking lot, follow the Eagle signs and walk across Elbow Creek to the Eagle Viewing Gazebo.
Qwólts Park & Whippoorwill Point
View the interpretive signage and learn more about the traditional territory of Sts’sailes. From there, you can continue onto the Sandy Cove & Whippoorwill Point Trail to view the junction where the Harrison River meets Harrison Lake.
BC Sportsfishing Group
Harrison Eco Tours
Operating on the Harrison River and Fraser River, Harrison Eco Tours offers a Bald Eagle-Fishing Viewing Tour, where guests can take in the fantastic scenery and bird life, as well as witness various species of salmon.
Shoreline Tours allows you to explore the scenic beauty and wildlife of Harrison Lake. You can embark on an epic journey offering Waterfall Tours, Wildlife Tours, and trips down to Port Douglas.
Kilby Historic Site
Discover the 1920’s living history at Kilby Historic Site. This 5-acre BC Heritage Site provides guests with the experience of stepping back in time to experience how life was in the 1920’s in rural British Columbia.
Where to Stay
Harrison Beach Hotel features three stylish room types, offering a variety of unique, comfortable accommodations. All of our well-appointed Junior Suites, Deluxe Guestrooms and Executive Suites can be found in the heart of Harrison Hot Springs with spectacular views of the Pacific Ridge Mountains and tranquil Harrison Lake. Special group accommodations are available for 6 or more room nights.