Surrey

Travel Guide
Surrey

Where to stay in Surrey

Great food, good prices, friendly staff.

Guildford

4/5(59 area reviews)

Retail corridors along 104 Avenue and 152 Street define the area, offering shopping at the 200-store Guildford Town Centre. Enjoy recreational activities at the Guildford Recreation Centre, a city-owned facility.

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South Surrey

3.5/5(20 area reviews)

Boasting picturesque neighborhoods like Crescent Beach and Ocean Park, South Surrey offers a variety of recreational activities at the South Surrey Athletic Park, home to Softball City. Easily accessible via Highways 99 and 15, and served by multiple public transit exchanges.

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Cloverdale

Historic Cloverdale boasts heritage sites and Surrey's official museum, while offering entertainment at Cloverdale Fairgrounds, featuring Fraser Downs racetrack and casino. Don't miss the annual Cloverdale Rodeo and Country Fair!

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City Centre

If you're spending time in City Centre, check out sights like Holland Park or Central City Shopping Centre and hop on the metro to see more the city at Surrey Central Station or King George Station.

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Newton

3.5/5(54 area reviews)

Newton is noteworthy for its restaurants, and you can make a stop at top attractions like Bell Performing Arts Centre and Surrey Arts Centre.

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A quick jaunt through migratory bird territory. If you can ignore the highway noise on the path that goes beside the road, it's a peaceful short walk along sand marshland. Visit from fall to spring to see the most wildlife

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If you're spending some time in Newton, Bell Performing Arts Centre and Taj Park Convention Centre are top sights worth seeing.

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