Circle Farm Tour – Self-Guided
Agassiz’s Circle Farm tour celebrates past and present agricultural practices, featuring a rich mix of tantalizing things to see, do, smell, and taste.
- Meet and great friendly farm animals
- Aged-to-perfection artisan cheeses and hand-crafted pottery
- Century-old barns, farms and historic site
- Pick up locally grown vegetables and berries (in-season) or locally caught salmon
- Take in a local community event
- Shop for antiques, home, and garden décor with a country twist
- Fresh coffee being roasted
- Hot corn and melted butter at the Fall Fair
- Fresh country air
Stop into the Visitor Information Centres in either Agassiz or Harrison Hot Springs for the Circle Farm Tour brochure and map.
District of Kent Fairgrounds
The District of Kent fairgrounds play host to countless games of baseball, soccer, tennis, swim meets, horse jumping as well as many events including the Agassiz Fall Fair and Corn Festival held the third weekend of September every year for over 115 years!
The fairgrounds are located on the west end of Pioneer Avenue and are home to the Ferny Coombe Pool, Agricultural Hall, Pavilion, and Community Recreation and Cultural Centre.
Located in the heart of downtown Agassiz, Pioneer Park boasts some of the finest heritage trees in the area. The beautifully maintained park that runs alongside the CP Rail line is home to the Aberdeen building and is adjacent to the Agassiz-Harrison Museum and Visitor Information Centre.
Pioneer Park is where you will find most of the town’s excitement during the summer months with story time in the park, free live concerts, children’s play area and playbox filled with playground toys and activities.
A stroll through the park and downtown Agassiz will not only be pleasing to your senses, but interesting to the mind with all the history that surrounds you. Come visit not only to see our lifestyle, but learn and experience it.
Sasquatch Provincial Park
Sasquatch Provincial Park is a quick and easy get-away for camping, outdoor recreation pursuits or day retreats for the whole family.
Located just north of Harrison Hot Springs, the park features three campgrounds and a day park at Trout Lake, Hicks Lake and Deer Lake. The area offers fishing, swimming, boating, hiking, camping and relaxing — all under the watchful eye of Mount Cheam.
You and your family will love this park!
Kilby Provincial Park – Currently closed until further notice due to COVID-19
Kilby Provincial Park is a unique provincial park campground situated on the confluence on the Fraser and Harrison rivers.
Located just east of Mission, the park features a 35 site campground, pristine beaches, boat launch and nature trails. For more information visit Kilby Historic Site
One of the best kept secrets on Route 7!
Experience Harrison Mills from the sky! Visit FlyBC Paragliding for more information.