Harrison Hot Springs: gay-friendly destination for LGBTQ travel

Harrison Hot Springs is a village and vacation spot in the Fraser Valley area of British Columbia. The name might make you think it’s just focused on a swimming pool, but there is actually a lot more to see and do in the area besides that. It makes for a nice destination for a gay couple like us because it’s quaint and quiet in the beautiful wilderness of BC, only about a 2 hour drive from where we live in Vancouver. Check out what we did during our visit to get ideas about the things you can do (and eat) there as well!

As you can see in the video above, we went to the Harrison Beach HotelSasquatch Museum at the Visitor Centre, had lunch at Muddy Waters Restaurant, went Kayaking with Killer’s Cove Rentals, and had dinner at the Black Forest Restaurant.

Thanks to Tourism Harrison Hot Springs for helping out with our itinerary and here are some of the photos I shared on Instagram from the area:

I also did a video from our hotel room with my boyfriend where we played the Newlywed Game to figure out if we should get married.  Or at least how well we know each other… because rumor has it that you should know each other pretty well before tying the knot. 😉 So be sure to check out how it went and subscribe to my YouTube channel while you’re there for more fun videos from our travels! We feature new destinations all the time, designed for other gay travelers especially, to find awesome and safe places to visit. 🙂

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