Harrison Hot Springs
Soak up some B.C. history – literally – at one of Harrison Hot Springs Resort’s many mineral pools. Originally, the hot springs were revered by the Coast Salish people for their medicinal properties and rejuvenating effects. As one of British Columbia’s oldest hotels, the resort has been providing guests with the opportunity to enjoy these springs for decades.
Today, people still travel here for a day of healing and to enjoy the resort’s five hot pools. There are options for family members of all ages, including a 1,200 square foot indoor pool, a 4,000 square foot outdoor pool popular with kids and a 1,000 square foot adult-only outdoor pool. Spend an afternoon soaking in the springs or opt for an evening dip under the stars.
Nestled in the lush and fertile Fraser Valley, Harrison Hot Springs Resort and Spa is perched at the southern end of Harrison Lake, less than two hours by car from downtown Vancouver. In addition to the pools, the hotel offers a range of spa treatments at its Healing Springs Spa and fine food at the Copper Room restaurant.