What makes this picturesque neighbourhood so pleasing to the eye? Well, it might have something to do with the many golf courses, green spaces and mountain vistas. Or the fact that it’s home to the largest grove of Redwood trees north of California, a thriving arts community and (by no coincidence) a number of artists!
South Surrey is popular for Crescent Beach and its beachfront promenade, a summer destination favourite that offers breathtaking views, a place to sunbathe and every water activity imaginable. It’s also a pretty great place for making special memories.
But just how ‘south’ is South Surrey? Well, the neighbourhood has not one, but two border crossings to the United States and Peace Arch Provincial Park actually straddles the border! The park is home to the Peace Arch Monument, a structure that was erected in 1921 and commemorates the lasting peace between Canada and our friends to the South.
But don’t take our word for it, here’s South Surrey through the eyes of visitors and residents: