The Fraser River Lodge
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Fraser River Lodge offers luxury adventure travel, guided fishing excursions, various group activities, gourmet dining and more from its private location in the Fraser Valley. The Lodge will capture you with its riverfront acres and stunning panoramic views of the Cascade Mountain Range.
This wilderness lodge allows you to enjoy the outdoors while maintaining the feel of luxury.
It lies tucked away, directly on the shore of the mighty Fraser River in beautiful British Columbia, Canada, just an hour from Vancouver and only minutes outside the quaint farming community of Agassiz or 15 minutes from Harrison Hot Springs.
Harrison Hot Springs
Discover the tranquility of Hicks Lake in Harrison Hot Springs. Nestled amid stunning landscapes, this hidden gem offers a serene escape for outdoor enthusiasts. With pristine waters, lush forests, and mountain views, Hicks Lake is perfect for kayaking, paddleboarding, fishing, and lakeside hikes.
Harrison Lake & Hotsprings
The perfect escape for a weekend getaway or a weeklong adventure, discover great hiking, paddling, biking, and golfing, and then soak in our hot springs just up the road.
Canwest Art Gallery
Canwest Art Gallery on the Lake has earned a solid reputation for featuring the works of nearly forty Canadian fine artisans. In addition, we offer unique blown glass creations, exquisite jewellery, exotic soaps, and more!
Whippoorwill Point Trail
Enjoy this 3.7-km loop trail near Harrison Hot Springs, British Columbia. Generally considered a moderately challenging route, it takes an average of 1 h 11 min to complete.
Visit our Sasquatch Museum and dare to believe. Located in our Visitor Information Centre, our museum will lead you through compelling artifacts, history, witness accounts, science, lore and myths. After you have visited the Museum, check out our gift shop featuring local books on the Sasquatch, local Indigenous collectibles, and Harrison themed souvenirs.
Lights by the Lake
Enjoy the cozy Christmas feeling with Lights by the Lake. This free event features a Christmas light display along the front of the lagoon in Harrison Hot Springs.
Spirit Trail is a short walk through a beautiful cedar forest that is very accessible from the Village of Harrison Hot Springs. What makes this trail so special is that a local resident and artist has decorated many of the cedars along the trail with beautiful masks.
Slollicum Peak Trail
This hike is famous for Harrison lake view and 360-degree panoramic view from the top of the Slollicum mountain peak.
The Black Forest
authentic German food
Old Settlers Pub
One of the most spectacular views in the Fraser Valley, Mount Cheam offers a 360-degree panoramic view from Chilliwack and the communities along the Fraser River, Jones Lake, the surrounding peaks, and Mount Baker to the south.
The Othello Tunnels are a series of old train tunnels and bridges that cut through the solid granite walls and pass over the wild Coquihalla River. The tunnels are located just east of the town of Hope, BC, in the Coquihalla Provincial Park and the trail is a short, flat 3.5km return route.
Harrison Lake is the largest lake in the southern Coast Mountains of Canada, being about 250 square kilometres in area. It is about 60 km in length and at its widest almost 9 km across.
East of the lake are the Lillooet Ranges while to the west are the Douglas Ranges. The lake is the last of a series of large north-south glacial valleys tributary to the Fraser along its north bank east of Vancouver, British Columbia. The others to the west are the Chehalis, Stave, Alouette, Pitt, and Coquitlam Rivers.
At the north end of the lake is a small First Nations community of the In-SHUCK-ch Nation, Port Douglas, known in the St'at'imcets language as Xa'xtsa. There are three hot springs along the shores of the lake or near it, including near Port Douglas, at Clear Creek, a tributary of Silver River, and at Harrison Hot Springs.
Sasquatch Provincial Park
Located north of Harrison Hot Springs, Sasquatch Provincial Park is characterized by a series of pocket lakes, a unique second-growth and birch forest, and scenic mountain ridges.
The diversity of habitats at Sasquatch Park supports a large variety of wildlife species including beaver, mountain goat, woodpeckers, warblers, and vireos. Several rare species have been observed in the park, including the bald eagle, tailed frog, and black petaltail dragonfly. The lakes and streams in the park provide excellent fish habitat for over ten species of fish from the sturgeon, smelt, salmon, catfish, and stickleback families.
Fraser River & Tributaries
The Fraser River is the longest river within British Columbia, Canada, rising at Fraser Pass near Blackrock Mountain in the Rocky Mountains and flowing for 1,375 kilometres, into the Strait of Georgia just south of the City of Vancouver. It is the 11th longest river in Canada. The river's annual discharge at its mouth is 112 cubic kilometres or 3,550 cubic metres per second, and it discharges 20 million tons of sediment into the ocean.
The Fraser River is also fed by dozens of Tributaries.
We operate with respect for this land that we are on, and for the people who have and do reside here. We strive to deepen our understanding of the local Indigenous communities and acknowledging that the land on which we gather is the traditional and unceded territory of the S’ólh Téméxw (Stó:lō). This section of the Fraser River is known by local indigenous peoples as "Sto:lo" in the Halgemeylem language of the area, and this term has been adopted to refer to all of the indigenous peoples of the Fraser Lowland, other than the Squamish and Musqueam. The indigenous peoples of the area have long made use of the river valley for agricultural and commercial exploits and continue to do so today.
Harrison Hot Springs
The Village of Harrison Hot Springs is a small community at the southern end of Harrison Lake in the Fraser Valley of British Columbia. It is a member of the Fraser Valley Regional District; its immediate neighbour is the district of Kent and included in it the town of Agassiz. It is a resort community known for its hot Springs, and has a population of just over 1500 people. It is named after Benjamin Harrison, a former deputy governor for the Hudson's Bay Company.
Agassiz is a small community located in the Eastern Fraser Valley region of British Columbia. It is the only town within the jurisdiction of the District Municipality of Kent, it contains the majority of Kent's population.
Hope is a district municipality at the confluence of the Fraser and Coquihalla rivers in the province of British Columbia, Canada. Hope is at the eastern end of both the Fraser Valley and the Lower Mainland region, and is at the southern end of the Fraser Canyon. To the east, over the Cascade Mountains, is the Interior region, beginning with the Similkameen Country on the farther side of the Allison Pass in Manning Park. As it lies at the eastern end of the Fraser Valley in the windward Cascade foothills, the town gets very high amounts of rain and cloud cover – particularly throughout the autumn and winter.
Chilliwack is a city in the Canadian province of British Columbia. Historically an agricultural community, Chilliwack's population is now primarily suburban. The Fraser Valley Regional District is headquartered in Chilliwack, it is the Fraser Valley's second largest city after Abbotsford. Chilliwack is surrounded by mountains and home to recreational areas such as Cultus Lake and Chilliwack Lake Provincial Parks. There are many outdoor activities in the area, including hiking, rock climbing, mountain biking horseback riding, whitewater kayaking, camping, fishing, golf and paragliding. The city had a population of 83,788 in the Canada 2016 Census, with a census agglomeration population of 101,512 people.