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This single-day trip takes you to the Fraser Valley’s easternmost communities in the Harrison River Valley. Explore the pastoral delights of Agassiz and Harrison Hot Springs, featuring some of the province’s most celebrated flower festivals.

The Harrison River Valley shares the land of the traditional territories of the Sts’ailes, Sq’éwqel, Sq’ewá:lxw, Cheam, Xax’tsa, Leq’a:mel, Samahquam, Sq’ewlets, and Skatin First Nations.

Day 1
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    The Horn Of Plenty Café

    7216 Pioneer Ave, Agassiz, BC, CA, V0M 1A0

    Start your day with a wholesome breakfast at The Horn of Plenty in Agassiz. Grab some breakfast classics from this laidback diner.

  • Creekside Cheese + Creamery

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    Creekside Cheese + Creamery

    3990 Chaplin Rd, Agassiz, BC, CA, V0M 1A2

    Head over to Creekside Cheese + Creamery, a family-owned and operated farm offering organic single-source cheeses. Visit their farm store to stock up on farm fresh goodies.

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    Homestead Cider

    6046 Kamp Rd, Agassiz, BC, CA, V0M 1A2

    Just a little further up the road you’ll find Homestead Craft Cider. Enjoy some cider in their outdoor seating area or grab a bottle to bring home!

  • Harrison Lavender

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    Harrison Lavender

    3777 Wildwood Dr., Agassiz, BC, Canada, V0M 1A3

    Enjoy Harrison Lavender’s soothing aroma and peaceful atmosphere – take some of the experience home with you by picking up a product from their shop! You can also stroll through Earthwise Agassiz’s beautifully landscaped ecological demonstration gardens and get some inspiration for your own gardens at home.

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    Earthwise Society

    6031 Golf Rd, Agassiz, BC, CA, V0M 1A3

    Take a walk through the beautiful forested trails and demonstration gardens and pick up some fresh produce from their farmstand.

  • Earthwise Society

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    Harrison Sunflower Festival

    5039 Lougheed Highway, Agassiz, BC, Canada, V0M 1A3

    Visit our fields of 45 different varieties of sunflowers in all different colours, sizes and shapes and explore our other summer flower offerings each August exact dates TBA.

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    Harrison Tulip Festival

    5039 Lougheed Highway, Agassiz, BC, CA, V0M 1A3

    Visit our 20 acres of Tulips, Double Daffodils and Hyacinths in April each year exact dates TBA.

  • Harrison Tulip Festival

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    Muddy Waters Cafe

    328 Esplanade Ave, Harrison Hot Springs, BC, CA, V0M 1K0

    Next, head into Harrison and stop by Muddy Waters for some no-fuss lunch. This beachy cafe serves up sandwiches, nachos, burgers and other tasty bites.

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    Lagoon Beach

    378 Esplanade, Harrison Hot Springs, BC, CA, V0M 1K0

    Spend the rest of the afternoon relaxing at Lagoon Beach, where the water is much warmer, or explore the surrounding village of Harrison with its many cool shops and restaurants before heading to dinner.

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    Morgan’s Bistro

    160 Esplanade Ave, Harrison Hot Springs, BC, CA, V0M 1K0

    For dinner enjoy west coast inspired cuisine at this beachfront bistro. Their menu features plenty of fresh seafood options and farm-to-table ingredients whenever possible.

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    The Harrison Hot Springs Resort

    100 Esplanade Ave., Harrison Hot Springs, BC, Canada, V0M 1K0

    Finishing off your day, make your way for dinner and check in to your accommodation. More than a hotel, Harrison Hot Springs Resort is a basecamp for experiencing the scenic beauty, natural attractions and exhilarating outdoor adventures of Harrison Hot Springs, B.C. Tucked among tranquil gardens on the shoreline of Harrison Lake, the relaxing, pet-friendly resort awaits you with rustic charm, modern amenities, and a classic resort experience.