Explore your own backyard—there’s a variety of things to do and sights to see in Surrey. Check out our bucket list of some must-do items!
Visit the Fraser Valley Heritage Railway
Learn about Surrey’s history by riding the 104-year old car. Check out Cloverdale Station at 17630 56 Avenue and the Car Barn at 5554 176 Street.
Get Outdoors at Surrey Bend Regional Park
The stunning 860-acre park goes along the Fraser River and Parson’s Channel. While most of it is wetlands where wildlife resides, there’s 4 kms of multi-use trails and picnic areas. Check it out at 10375 176 Street.
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Shop Til You Drop at Morgan Crossing
The outlet stores and mall at Morgan Crossing are a must for those looking to do some retail therapy. Located at 15765 Croydon Drive.
Walk Through Redwood Park
The perfect nature destination with a forest of exotic trees, picnic shelters, 5 kms of scenic nature tails, and a playground. Visit the park at 17900 – 20 Avenue.
Explore the Urban Safari
The Urban Safari Rescue society cares for exotic animals and educates the public about them. Take a tour and see all the animals for yourself. Located at 1395 176 Street.
Stroll along Crescent Beach
It’s always a good time to go to the beach! Go swimming, play volleyball, or grab an ice cream and walk along the pier. Located in South Surrey, next to Boundary Bay and Mud Bay.
Tour the Central City Brewery
Central City Brewing has some of the finest craft beers in North America. They’re known for their signature Red Racer beer. Do a tour of the brewery at 11411 Bridgeview Drive.
Hit the Trails at Tynehead Regional Park
Enjoy 260-hectares of meadow and forest at the beautiful regional park. There’s nature trails, picnic areas and campsites. Also check out the fish hatchery and butterfly garden. Located at 17200 block of 96th Avenue.
Jump for Joy at Sky Zone
Jump around at the indoor trampoline park with basketball hoops and a dodgeball area. Check it out at 11125 124th Streeet.
Immerse Yourself in Nature at Serpentine Fen
Get back to nature with a scenic walk through the reserve. The trail will take you to three wooden towers with amazing views. The 176-acre park is a popular spot for bird watchers, as there’s over 100 different species in the area, depending on the time of year. It’s located on King George Blvd.
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