Top 7Pic-Nic spots on Scenic7BC

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#7 Harrison Beach

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.
http://www.hellobc.com/harrison-hot-springs/things-to-do/water-activities/beaches-swimming.aspx

Dreaming of Harrison Lake today.

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#6 Pioneer Park in Agassiz

Although the Pioneer Park in Agassiz is currently converted to a set for film and televison, this quaint park along pioneer avenue is home to the beautiful train station museum and visitor centre.

#5 Hope Memorial Park

The memorial Park is complete with a series of chainsaw carvings, children’s play areas, the friendship gardens, picnic areas in both large open grass areas, and towering evergreen trees. The Park is open year round and is close to many local activities like the Hope museum, the artist guild, Hope theatre and more. For more information visit the Hope Visitor Information Center.
http://www.travelhopebc.com/

Tea time in Abbotsford 😉

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#4 Whonnock Lake – Maple Ridge/Pitt Meadows

As you drive through the forested area, you will find a day picnic camp area and
another parking lot. The Centre parking lot is often reserved just for weddings and special event guests. The Park offers trails,
playgrounds, picnics, paddle boat rentals, hall rentals and more. The naturalist will enjoy looking for tadpoles, bullfrogs and other
critters around the lake area. The lake has a nice sandy beach area great for swimming, is stocked with rainbow trout for
recreational fishing and also home to the Ridge Canoe & Kayak Club.
http://www.mapleridge-pittmeadows.com/things-to-do/

#3 Fraser River Heritage Park

The Fraser River Heritage Park located in beautiful Mission, British Columbia. The park has spectacular views of the Fraser Valley, and on a clear day you can see the grand snow-capped peak of Mt. Baker in Washington, U.S.A.
http://www.heritagepark-mission.ca/

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#2 Sasquatch Provincial Park

Located north of Harrison Hot Springs, Sasquatch Provincial Park is characterized by a series of pocket lakes, a unique second-growth and birch forest, and scenic mountain ridges. Hicks and Deer Lakes are ideal for motor-boating and canoeing while Trout Lake provides a tranquil fishing experience. Visitors can also enjoy camping, hiking, wildlife viewing, and picnicking
http://www.env.gov.bc.ca/bcparks/explore/parkpgs/sasquatch/

#1 Kilby Provincial Park

Tucked away in a rural pastoral setting, Kilby Provincial Park is characterized by its scenic riverfront location and wonderful pioneer history. The park offers a destination rivering experience. Activities include beaching, fishing, and boating on Harrison River and Harrison Lake. Park users can also enjoy camping, picnicking, and visiting the nearby General Store Museum, where they can view and experience early twentieth century rural traditions and lifestyle common to British Columbia.
http://www.env.gov.bc.ca/bcparks/explore/parkpgs/sasquatch/

#tb #harrison #river #kilby

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