Harrison Hot Springs is a very popular summer destination in British Columbia, but did you know that there’s things to do during the Christmas season, too?
Lights By The Lake is back once more after a successful inaugural event last year and there’s a lot to see.
Christmas light displays will be scattered along the waterfront of Harrison Hot Springs, all of which are custom-built. (Kind of like Coquitlam’s huge Lights At Lafarge trail.)
In total, there’s approximately 1 km of shoreline for you to explore, from dusk to 11:00 pm.
This year, however, features a new attraction that’s sure to be a hit: an outdoor ice rink!
The rink is open daily, with free access and skates available for rental at a small fee.
Additionally, if you’re going to be spending a bit of time in the area, there’s an entire trail of Christmas trees for you track down and see. (A full map is available here.)
Furthermore, the event “highlights Harrison’s longstanding history of the elusive Sasquatch, which has been passed down through the oral traditions of the Sts’Ailes Nation”, their website says.
Lights By The Lake will be running from Saturday, November 23rd to Sunday, January 12th.
For more great Christmas events in Metro Vancouver, check out our Christmas guide!
Harrison Hot Springs: Lights By The Lake
Location: Harrison Hot Springs
Time: Dusk - 11:00 pm
Date: Saturday November 23rd, 2019 - Sunday January 12th, 2020