offers a unique diversity of urban amenities and spacious countryside.
Parks, beaches, cowboys, shopping, history, arts and culture; Surrey,
British Columbia, has something to offer everyone.
over 600 parks and green belts, there is plenty of space to walk,
cycle, explore or swim. The Surrey Art Centre provides a opportunities
to view local arts and theatre. The excitement of the nearby Cloverdale
Rodeo takes you back in time to cowboys and bucking broncs! The
many shopping opportunities from large mall to small antique shops
make Surrey a haven for the avid shopper.
mild year round climate makes the city ideal for everyone whether
they enjoy indoor or outdoor activities.
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Surrey offers a wide range of tourist services, hotels and motels
plus RV parks and campgrounds.
114 m. (374 ft.)
Surrey is 40 km (25 mi.) east of Vancouver on Highway 99A. The
nearest airport is the Vancouver International Airport in Richmond.
The area is serviced by local and national buslines.
Facilities & Activities: Surrey has over 600 parks and greenbelts,
bird watching, nature walks and over 210 kms (130 miles) of signed,
bicycle friendly routes.
activities range from corn mazes to farmers’ markets and from trout
fishing to ocean kayaking. There is plenty of opportunity to get
away from it all for a little fresh air recreation. Enjoy the arts
& culture on display at the newly built Surrey Museum. Surrey’s
history and heritage, along with themed exhibits throughout the
year, are always at your fingertips. Attend a concert at the Bell
Performing Arts Centre or experience an art show at the Surrey Arts
Cloverdale rodeo is on the May long weekend.
Attractions: Barnston Island, Canadian Museum of Flight, Trout
Farm, Historic Stewart Farmhouse, Peace Arch Provincial Park, Rainforest
Reptile Refuge, Serpentine Fen Bird Sanctuary, Surrey Centennial
Museum, Surrey Public Market, Surrey Arts Centre, Green Timbers,
August - Cloverdale Rodeo
Surrey Visitor Centre and Tourism Surrey head office
is located in South Surrey at 176th Street and 8th Avenue near the
Pacific Border Crossing and beside the Campbell River store. There
is plenty of parking for all visitors including tour buses and RV's.
friendly and knowledgeable Tourism Counsellors are happy to assist
you with accommodation reservations, travel planning, and are experts
on things to do and see in Surrey as well as throughout the Province
of British Columbia. They offer discounted tour and attraction tickets,
free accommodation booking, area maps and information, free regional
and provincial visitor guides, souvenirs, Provincial Park parking
passes and BC Ferry tickets and Sail Passes.
730 176th Street
Surrey BC, V3S 9S6