Attractions & Things To Do in Surrey, BC
The Best Western King George Inn & Suites is conveniently located less than a 20-minute drive from a variety of Surrey tourist attractions and places of interest, including the Historic Stewart Farm, Fraser Downs and the Surrey business centre.
There is always something to do in our neighbourhood, whether guests are looking for something casual or something thrilling and exciting. Take a look at some of the most popular Surrey attractions below and contact us at any time if you are looking for suggestions.
Ride Eddy the Engine train and Chough (Chuff) the Steam Locomotive along a 15-inch narrow gauge track through Bear Creek Park and see the sights! Originally from England, these trains have been delighting children and families since 1996. There is also an 18-hole golf course that adds excitement and is fun for all ages.
A gigantic pool, the Kahuna’s Lagoona, waves, a hot tub and two giant waterslides make this recreational centre the place to swim and have fun on a sunny or rainy day. Also included at the facility are
child minding services, free parking, an Olympic-sized mat room, a fitness area and gym, and so much more.
Take an art class, discover contemporary art exhibitions dating back to 1975, attend a free event, take a guided tour and more. There are also performances that include dancers, musicians, and actors. There are plenty of reasons to take the family here for the day!
This 1000-seat theatre hosts a variety of live events throughout the year and is definitely an interesting place to visit while you are visiting the City of Surrey in British Columbia.
Perfect for a seaside day out with the family or friends, Crescent Beach is a place to swim, play beach volleyball and take in the stunning scenic views from the nearby nature trails and pier. You can access the beach from Target, Sullivan and Beecher Streets and there are plenty of grassy shaded spots where you can set up a picnic or BBQ.
If you have a passion for golf, make sure you stop by the Coyote Creek Golf Course when you are visiting Surrey, BC. It is the best mid-length golf course in the Lower Mainland and features a creek and tree-lined green. There is an opportunity for golfers of all skill levels to enjoy and perfect for an outing with family and friends.
Home to the most challenging golf course in British Columbia, Northview Golf & Country Club features two go-for-broke layouts and was designed in honour of famous golfer and golf designer, Arnold Palmer. The club hosts tournaments, weddings and major events throughout the year. There are three on-site restaurants to dine at while you’re there.
Enjoy a 6502-yard, par 72 championship golf course that has been a popular course in Surrey for many years. This course features a signature 16th-hole, a stone bridge, winding creeks, four sets of tees, lakes and more.