Experience Harrison Mills

Discover the ultimate blend of relaxation and excitement at Sandpiper Resort, where unforgettable experiences and thrilling adventures await amidst breathtaking natural beauty.

BC Sportfishing

Harrison Mills is famous for its river fishing, attracting anglers from around the world. Guests have the option to bring their own boats or participate in guided trips with BC Sport Fishing. These experienced guides offer excursions to local tributaries of the Fraser River, secluded rivers accessible only by boat, and tranquil stillwater lakes, providing opportunities for salmon, trout, sturgeon, and steelhead fishing.

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Harrison Eco Tours

Looking for things to do in Harrison Hot Springs? Harrison Eco Tours offers a great variety of wildlife tours and jet boat tours, guided kayaking and guided hiking. Operating on the Harrison River and Fraser River, Harrison Lake, and the area surrounding Harrison Hot Springs itself, our goal is to provide our guests with access to the incredible beauty of the area.

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Shorline Tours

The beautiful waters of Harrison Lake cut a gentle crescent through British Columbia’s Coast Mountains, collecting glacial runoff waters into a basin that’s as scenic as it is frigid. Once spring arrives, the shallow waters of Harrison Hot Springs warm and the snow peaked mountain offer a stunning juxtaposition. That’s where Shoreline Tours comes in.

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Harrison Watersports

A full range of water activities for all ages. If you’re looking for some action, whether it be on our waterpark or a Sea-doo, or if you are looking for something relaxing like a cruise on our bbq boats or bumper boats, Harrison Watersports offers serious fun for all ages and group events!

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Eagle Viewing

Harrison Mills is home to the world’s largest concentrated winter gathering of the eagles. The raptors are drawn to the region by the millions of spawning salmon that travel up the Fraser River to tributaries, such as the Harrison River — Canada’s only certified salmon stronghold containing all five salmon species. Season of the Wild celebrates the salmon and eagles and runs from September to January. Watch Tourism Harrison’s socials to see updates. We are a proud supporter and welcome everyone to watch the eagles from our eagle-watching gazebo and Eagle Walking Trail.

BC Bird Trail

Not only do the sandy beaches of Harrison Lake, thirty-two kilometres north of Chilliwack, inspire some of the most dynamic outdoor adventure opportunities in the province, but they also provide a unique habitat for migratory birds and birders alike.

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The Agassiz-Harrison Mills Circle Farm Tour will indulge your senses. This tour is a rich mix of wonderful things to do, see, smell and taste! Watch bison roaming the fields, artisan cheese being made, and hand-crafted pottery creations!

Take a guided tour of a dairy farm, revisit a 1920s active farming community, shop for antiques and home & garden décor, and savour coffee roasted in a Circa 1919 Flame Roaster. You can bike or drive this route!

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Mountain Adventures

Nestled at 3300′ (1000m) above Harrison Mills, Sasquatch Mountain Resort is the Lower Mainland’s Alpine Playground. Sasquatch Mountain Resort offers outdoor recreation including downhill and cross-country skiing, snowboarding, snowshoeing, tubing, and more! Summer adventures include mountain biking, ATVing, and hiking.

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Historical Tours

Located near the junction of the Harrison and Fraser Rivers, Kilby Historic Site stands as the only reminder of the once thriving community of Harrison Mills. Guests are amazed as they step back in time and walk through a 1906 General Store, and see intriguing artifacts in the heritage Post Office and Manchester House Hotel.

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Harrison Hot Springs Public Pool

If you are looking for BC hot springs then look no further than the healing hot mineral waters of Harrison Hot Springs. The Public Pool is centrally located at the junction of Hot Springs Road and the Esplanade Avenue.

New opening hours! Saturday 10am till 7pm and Sunday from 10am till 3pm and Monday ,Wednesday and Friday from 5pm till 8pm.

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