Harrison Beach Promenade

Harrison Hot Springs

Difficulty: Easy - Family
Park Amenities:
Interpretive Signs
Wheelchair Access

Harrison Beach Promenade is a sightseeing pedestrian walkway located in the heart of the community of Harrison Hot Springs, British Columbia, Canada. The promenade is one of the most popular lakefront pathways in the Fraser Valley region.

The Harrison Beach Promenade follows the southern shore of Harrison Lake from one end to the other. The path passes by the main sandy beach in the village as well as docks, flower gardens and businesses.

The walkway is a combination of gravel and paved paths starting from the main source of the hot springs on the southwest side of Harrison Lake and continues along the lakefront to the southeast side of the lake near the art gallery.

The promenade walkway is level and very well maintained. It is suitable for all ages and fitness levels. Located along the path are historical information signs and sightseeing benches. Some sections of the promenade are wheelchair and baby stroller friendly.

The Harrison Beach Promenade also connects to a man made dyke which circles around a lagoon. The dyke leads out onto the lake and provides some great views of the snow capped mountains and marine activities.

Explore Harrison Beach Promenade in Harrison Hot Springs, BC, Canada in the Fraser Valley Area of British Columbia, Canada.


Harrison Beach Promenade
Highway #9
Harrison Hot Springs

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Harrison Beach Promenade is located in the town of Harrison Hot Springs on Highway #9.
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