Beaches & Swimming
Kids swimming (Picture BC photo)
Harrison Lake has always been a popular family destination and its sandy southern shoreline is what gives the village its holiday resort atmosphere year round.
In summer, however, Harrison Hot Springs' population swells six-fold to up to 10,000 with seasonal residents, day-trippers and holidaymakers. Some come for the hot springs; others for the golf, fishing or fresh farm produce. But whatever the draw, a stroll along the beachside promenade is nearly always on the list.
As the focal point of Harrison Hot Springs Village, this long stretch of sandy beach gets increasingly busy as the temperature starts to climb. By the height of summer, the beach thrives with sun-fun activity from swimming and building sand castles, kite-flying and an array of water-sports.
On summer weekends, the Muddy Waters Café sponsors live musical entertainment on the east side of the beach and from mid July to Labour Day, local talents showcase their music, poetry and dance at Pioneer Plaza.
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53790 Popkum Rd S
Rosedale, British Columbia
Bridal Falls Water Park (formerly the Trans-Canada Waterslides) is located in beautiful Bridal Falls & right beside Bridal Falls Camperland RV Resort. We offer water fun for all ages (rain or shine) and the Fraser Valley's most accessible waterslides, with no stairs for you to worry about! Take a chance on the Black Hole, or test your skill on the Rapids River Ride. Our water park has no stairs to worry about as the park is situated on a natural hill. Don't forget to come & check out our brand new sign (you won't be disappointed).
4150 Columbia Valley Hwy
Cultus Lake, British Columbia
Cultus Lake Waterpark is the leader in the waterpark industry on the West Coast. Whether you are on vacation or just taking a much needed break, watersliding is a great recreational activity. We are a family oriented park and provide our guests with rides for all ages. And for you thrill seekers, we have some of the most extreme waterslides. With all of our great attractions and continued expansion, you need to come out and see for yourself why Cultus Lake Waterpark is BC's #1 waterpark.