Harrison Hot Springs is overflowing with holiday cheer this year with a new winter light festival called Lights on the Lake, the Christmas Tree Trail, a Cabin Style New Year’s celebration and much more!
Lights on the Lake is a Sasquatch-themed festival, sharing Harrison’s favourite ways to spend time outdoors. It features light displays that include the legendary, mythical creature hiking, biking, paddling, skiing, fishing, camping, windsurfing and more!
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The Christmas Tree Trail starts at the Harrison Visitor Information Centre and Sasquatch Museum and takes you through the Village of Harrison Hot Springs.
Organizers are also planning to make the new festivities a seasonal attraction and return every winter.
“We have designed a three-year implementation plan. Next year, the light displays will be placed around the lagoon, creating a wonderful 1.5 kilometer walk of visual magic, and Year 3 brings additional displays building on Harrison’s nature and wildlife themes,” says Robert Reyerse, Executive Director of Tourism Harrison.
All these winter festivities are FREE to the public! Even better, Harrison Hot Springs is just an hour and a half drive from Vancouver.
Harrison Hot Springs Christmas Schedule
- Lights on the Lake (November 24th – January 28th)
- Christmas Tree Trail (November 23rd – January 13th)
- Magic of Christmas, including breakfast with Santa (December 1st)
- Ol’ Fashioned Christmas at Kilby Historic Site (December 8th & 9th)
- CP Holiday Train (December 17th & 18th)
Harrison Hot Springs
Address: 495 Hot Springs Road, Harrison Hot Springs