The Village of Harrison Hot Springs is a small resort community located at the south end of beautiful Harrison Lake in the Fraser Valley of British Columbia. Long famous for the natural hot springs found on the shore of the lake, it is a popular resort and health spa destination for visitors from around the world. Harrison Hot Springs offers world class hotels, reasonably priced motels, bed and breakfast inns, RV parks, unique shops and fine dining.
The warm waters of the 60km (37mi) long Harrison Lake make it perfect for boating, sailing, windsurfing, swimming and a wide variety of watersports. The surrounding forest and rivers, in addition to being home to the legendary Sasquatch (a giant apelike creature, aka Big Foot), also provide fishing, canoeing, hiking, and outdoor recreation. Or, visitors can enjoy golfing and then later soak in one of the rejuvenating mineral pools.
Harrison Hot Springs is situated approximately 125km (78mi) east of Vancouver, British Columbia, on BC Highway 7 on the north side of the Fraser River and a short distance from the junction of BC Hwys 7 and 9. Highway 9 crosses the Fraser River and links up with Highway 1 (The Trans Canada Hwy).