Harrison accommodates for every budget and style

The Agassiz-Harrison area offers a charming small town atmosphere with quality accommodations to suit your preferences and budget

Harrison offers a charming small town atmosphere with quality accommodations to suit your preferences and budget.

With over 500 guest rooms and 200 campsites in the area we can meet your needs. From economical and clean to luxurious, Harrison has you covered. Whatever your choice, you’ll always experience warm hospitality and a good night’s rest.

Resorts & Hotels:

These accommodations boast deluxe rooms, stunning views and the modern amenities you desire.

A number of packaged getaways are available catering to a wide range of interests and activities, including spa experiences, golf holidays, ski weekends, fi shing adventures, women’s weekends, and holiday specials.

Motels:

Clean, comfortable and prices to suit all budgets; a variety of accommodations are available. Many with fully equipped suites providing wonderful options for the perfect family holiday.

Bed & Breakfasts:

You’ll enjoy friendly hosts, comfortable beds and delicious breakfasts at these pleasant and affordable accommodations. You get modern amenities and old-fashioned service under one roof.

Campgrounds:

Set up camp and bond with nature in one of several campgrounds in the area. Harrison is a popular camping

destination and offers well-serviced tent and RV sites to ensure you will come back again and again.

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