South Surrey is a growing neighborhood in Surrey, British Columbia. It borders on the city of White Rock, and has the largest concentration of people over the age of 60 of all Surrey's town centres. South Surrey comprises all of the Semiahmoo peninsula (other than the small wedge of White Rock), and lies between Mud Bay to the northwest and Semiahmoo Bay to the south.

The historic resort community of Crescent Beach is one of South Surrey's most popular attractions. Just up the road, the Historic Stewart Farm located in Elgin Heritage Park, provides a glimpse of Surrey's farming history. Nearby, the Semiahmoo Trail offers recreational opportunities along one of Surrey's earliest trails. Treasured natural features in South Surrey include Serpentine Fen Nature Reserve, Sunnyside Urban Forest and Redwood Park.

Recent development in the Grandview Heights neighbourhood of South Surrey has created new shopping opportunities in close proximity to new residential neighbourhoods. South Surrey also offers convenient connections to the United States through the Peace Arch and Pacific Highway border crossings.

Fast Food in South Surrey


Schools in South Surrey

South Surrey Public Schools

Jessie Lee Elementary
Semiahmoo Secondary
H T Thrift Elementary
Earl Marriott Secondary
South Meridian Elementary
Sunnyside Elementary
Bayridge Elementary

 
 
South Surrey Private Schools


Shopping Centres in South Surrey


 
 
South Surrey Shopping

The Shops at Morgan Crossing (15765 Croydon Drive Surrey) including London Drugs and Winners.
Grandview Corners (24th Avenue at 160th Street) 70 stores including Wal-Mart Supercentre, Home Depot, Future Shop and The Brick
Peninsular Village Mall an outdoor strip mall which features London Drugs, Safeway, and a BC Government Liquor Store
South Point Exchange Mall (152nd Street adjacent to the #99) includes Canadian Tire, Save-on-Foods, Pier One, and Staples
Semiahmoo Shopping Centre (152nd Street and 16th Avenue) 75 stores including Price Smart
Elgin Corners Mall (140th Street and 36th Avenue) shops, stores, ladies boutiques, gift shops, exercise clubs, coffee shops, and hair salons

Places to Go in South Surrey


 
             
South Surrey Recreation

South Surrey is home to a number of premier recreational facilities including:
- The new Grandiew Heights Aquatic centre (currently under construction)
- Sunnyside Outdoor Pool
- South Surrey Recreation Centre
- Kensington Praire Community Centre
- Kwomais Lodge and Sanford Hall
- South Surrey Pool
- South Surrey Arena
- Softball City, and Hazelmere Country Club are also popular destinations

Libraries in South Surrey

Semiahmoo Library

Semiahmoo Library is located at 1815 - 152nd Street

City Parks in South Surrey

South Surrey Parks

Explore the many parks in South Surrey - from the exotic tree groves at Redwood Park and the floral displays at Darts Hill Garden Park, to the sports fields and outdoor pool at Sunnyside Park, and the dog off-leash area at Dogwood Park, you'll discover something different to do and see at each of South Surrey's many parks.

Here is an up-to-date list of all the Parks in South Surrey. At last count there were 55 parks in the South Surrey area.

For a popular walking trail consider the Serpentine Fen. The Serpentine Wildlife Area (SWA) contains 71.3 hectares (176 acres) of habitat important to wildlife. The extensive freshwater marshes, and the small tidal brackish water marsh are important to wildlife populations, including birds, mammals, amphibians, reptiles, fish and insects. The wildlife and habitats of SWA can be experienced via the many kilometres of trails, some with dense hedgerows. There are three covered viewing towers and a covered picnic shelter is located off 44th Avenue.

Beaches in South Surrey


 
       
South Surrey Beaches

Yes, this may be the very best reason to relocate to South Surrey.
White Rock Beach and Cresent Beach are just a few minutes drive.

Transportation in South Surrey

South Surrey Transportation

South Surrey has several exits off Highway 99, the main route from the US Peach Arch border crossing directly to Vancouver. Translink has a regular bus routes linking Surrey to other communities like Langley, Delta, New Westminster, and Richmond, including a fast commute to Bridgeport Station where a transfer to the Canada Line skytrain will get you to the Airport in under 5 minutes, or to downtown Vancouver in under 20 minutes. Johnson road (152nd Street), and the King George Blvd and two main routes running from Surrey City Centre all the way down to White Rock.

Medical in South Surrey

South Surrey Hospital


Community Gardens in South Surrey

South Surrey Community Gardens

Ruth Johnson Community Garden in White Rock

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