Agassiz-Harrison Mills Circle Farm Tour
A celebration of past and present, this tour is a rich mix of wonderful things to see, do, smell, and taste!
- See bison roaming the fields
- Watch artisan cheese and hand-crafted pottery in the making
- Take a guided tour of a dairy farm
- Revisit a 1920’s active farming community
- Enjoy a twilight serenade
- Shop for antiques, home & garden décor
- Smell fresh coffee being roasted
- Be amazed at the sight of 30 different varieties of tulips
- Taste uniquely blended teas, heirloom tomatoes, gelato ice cream, Russian Red garlic, hazelnuts, corn, strawberries, and fresh, local produce.
Harrison Eco Tours
Looking for things to do in Harrison Hot Springs? Harrison Eco Tours is located in Harrison Hot Springs and offer a range of experiences such as, kayaking adventures, guided hiking, waterfall explorations and jet boat river tours.
Our jet boat river tours follow the Harrison to the mouth of the Fraser River. Along the way we stop at First Nations petroglyphs and pictographs, the wreck of a sunken steam ship, and Kilby campground. On this tour you are likely to see wildlife such as eagles, seals, bears, osprey, and deer.
Our kayaking adventures are offered from spring through November. We offer a two hour intro paddle that explores the mouth of the Harrison river.
We also offer a five hour paddle that follows the Harrison river through Harrison Mills to Kilby. On this tour we get close up visuals of petroglyphs, pictographs and wildlife.
Our guided hiking explore trails such as the Bridal and Spirit trails, Slollicum Peak 8 hour hike, and the Sandy Cove loop.
Give us a call today to book your outdoor adventure in Harrison Hot Springs!
Harrison Hot Springs, BC
Harrison Hot Springs Sporting
What isn’t there to do in the summer. Activities range from ATVing, windsurfing, kite boarding, mountain biking, paragliding, horseback riding, canoeing and kayaking, birdwatching, hiking and nature walks, trekking and geo caching.
Harrison Mills is relatively untouched. Visitors drive up, park their car, and just start exploring. For rental equipment, there are a few providers in Harrison Hot Springs, which is only a 15 minute drive away.
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.
The hosts will welcome you aboard the Laroan, the 62-foot Transport-Canada-certified boat.
Outfitted with sightseeing decks, a BBQ grill, and a full kitchen/dining area, and washroom facilities, the boat acts as a home away from home during tours of the lake, as well as the Harrison River and Port Douglas.
If you would prefer a private tips including weddings, birthdays, anniversaries, or any other specials events, see our Private Charters.