Harrison Hot Springs travel guide: weekend getaway edition
Welcome to Harrison Hot Springs, British Columbia. This quiet little resort town is perfect for enjoying time on the water, in the water, in the forest, or straight up relaxing.
The Harrison Hot Springs Resort
A brief history
Notes from around town
Grocery options are limited, so if you didn’t bring what you need from home, your last stop before reaching town would be in Aggasiz. There’s a couple small markets in the village, but they’re limited in fruits and veggies so you’ll want to bring your own.
Green Star Cafe – Great for a light lunch (also one of the least expensive places in town)
Chuck and Kitty’s Country Cafe – Delish cinnamon buns. Light, not heavy. (Cinnamon bun expert, here!)
Hungry Chef Eatery – Great for dinner!
Best place to eat dinner by the water
Get dinner to go and enjoy it at the picnic tables in Rendall Park at the far end of the village.
Hicks Lake Loop Hike
Whippoorwill Point and Sand Cove Beach trail
A great mini-vacation
Harrison Hot Springs is beautiful, relaxing, and a perfect mini escape for a weekend away! Whether you want to spend your time on the water doing stuff like this – or getting in touch with nature through a good hike, or just enjoying the warm waters of the spring – Harrison Hot Springs has a little something for everyone!