Summer Carpool Drawing
This summer, we want to reward our carpooling guests with an extra incentive (besides the gas savings, cleaner air, and nice company for the ride). Arrive with three or more adults in your vehicle, and each person gets an entry for our Green Summer drawing. The drawing will happen after Labor Day weekend. First Prize will be a $100 Harbin gift card; Second Prize is a $50 gift card. Be sure to ask the gate personnel for your entry forms at check-in. You could win a great prize, while you make the world a better place to breathe. Ride-sharing Board
Important Day Visit Changes
In an attempt to reduce recent weekend crowding, we now offer 6-hour day visit passes on Mon-Thur only, excluding holidays. Of course, 24-hour camping passes will still be available without reservations. We realize that this change will be disappointing for some, but hope that it will offer an improved experience for our weekend guests, while encouraging day visitors to schedule retreats during the quieter mid-week days. Thanks for your understanding! Rates
Summer Theater in the Garden
Previewing Friday, August 1, our Theater in the Garden production, “Harbin thru the Decades”, will run every Saturday night in August at 7pm. Join a cast of 10 Harbin residents as we follow the evolution of Stan and Diane who meet at Harbin in 1967, and begin a love affair that lasts through the ages. Take a journey with them as they experience love, loss, and laughter. What’s changed, what’s remains the same, are revealed in this heartfelt romantic comedy. Harbin thru the decades, in a blink of an eye. Photos
In the Gallery
Current works by artists Kim Barnes and DeAnne Duteil are on exhibition in the Harbin restaurant gallery space. Be sure to stop by on your next visit.
Keep In Touch Between Soaks
You now have three great ways to keep in touch with the goings on at Harbin between your visits. First, subscribe to our monthly e-newsletter by entering your e-mail address below. Then, like our Facebook page, where you’ll find regular behind-the-scene glimpses at Harbin. And finally, do check out our blog called “The Post” (link below), featuring longer stories and in-depth explorations by resident Ann Prehn.