Places to stay in Harrison Hot Springs, British Columbia
We currently have 26 accommodations in and around Harrison Hot Springs with other regional listings available for Campgrounds, Motels, Bed & Breakfasts, Hotels and other properties. You can filter listings by the available types:
The Village of Harrison Hot Springs has been a small resort community since 1886, when the opening of the Canadian Pacific Railway brought the lakeside springs within a short carriage ride of the transcontinental mainline. In its first promotion as a resort it was known as St. Alice's Well, although it had been discovered decades earlier when a party of goldfield-bound travellers on Harrison Lake capsized into what they thought was their doom, only to discover the lake at that spot was not freezing, but warm. Local restaurants include The Laughing Goat Restaurant, Kitami Japanese Restaurant, Layback Lounge, and Beach Bites Cafe Ltd.
Wondering where to stay? Accommodations in the community are primarily limited to Campgrounds and RV parks, though there are a few nearby hotels. If you are travelling in the area, Harrison Hot Springs is located close to Mount Gatey, Réserve indienne Yale Town 1, Pirates Point, Moss Lake and Cemetery Hill.
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Selected and best reviewed properties in Harrison Hot Springs
Although the cabins and tepee were not availible for bookings. We totally enjoyed the gourmet lunch and your wonderful champagne, exploring your gardens and island truely is paradise on earth. Wow what an incredible day. Thank you both, Ray and Marchella for your wonderful hospitality, we will .....
Yes, I'm the owner. A couple of corrections. We actually have a few sites available for overnight stays, currently charging $42 pernight all inclusive ( even wifi) , 2 people. Some Russian has hijacked our website so don't bother looking for it. Still the best value for those who value their .....
More about the areas accommodations and tourism
Although the resort flourished in a low-key fashion for years after this discovery was exploited by hoteliers, the Village of Harrison Hot Springs was not incorporated until 1949. It currently has a population of about 1,600 people. The village is known for its namesake hot springs, which are a major attraction for tourists who come to stay at the village's spa-resort. Harrison Hot Springs is also known for an international sandcastle building competition that takes place there annually in September, and for the summertime Harrison Festival of the Arts.
Other local Harrison Hot Springs information and places to visit.
- Longitude: -121°47'5.4412
- Latitude: 49°18'6.0554
- Website for the town of Harrison
Things to see and do
Cultus Lake Waterpark & Waterslides
Located at 4150 Columbia Vly. The Colossal Canyon is a state of the art water attraction. This ride starts at an elevation of 75 ft and twists and winds its way through the trees for approximately 700 ft. The Black Hole ride is the newest in the park and by far the coolest. Come check out this ride which will put you in the dark until you splash out at the end!
Harrison Hot Springs is close to:
Closed, unlisted or renamed properties
- Hot Springs Retreat, 6350 Rockwell Drive