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Tourism Surrey

Known as the gateway to the Lower Mainland and the Fraser Valley, Surrey is a popular choice for a vacation, cultural events, sports competitions and interest group excursions. Come and discover what everyone's talking about; it's all right here in Surrey.

Accommodations
Surrey offers a wide variety of accommodation. Brand name hotels and motels offer competitive prices while providing excellent amenities. B&B's offer a unique flavour to your stay and many offer a beautiful ocean view. Surrey also has the most variety of campgrounds and RV parks to choose from in the lower mainland.

Arts & Culture
There are many opportunities to experience arts & culture in Surrey including theatre productions, musical performances, art shows and museum exhibitions. As well, the city is the host to many cultural events and festivals year round.

The Great Outdoors
Surrey is the City of Parks and offers a wide range of outdoor activities including bird watching, nature walks, bike trails, and beaches. There are over 600 parks and greenbelts around the city and 400 km of pathways and bike routes. Rich in agricultural lands, fresh farm produce, u-pick farms and a winery are close at hand.

Sports
Surrey offers unsurpassed recreational facilities. With 8 recreation centres, 12 indoor and outdoor swimming pools, 5 ice skating arenas, and an abundance of indoor and outdoor sports fields, there are endless activities for you and your family in all seasons. There are also 10 golf courses in Surrey consisting of 8 full-length courses, 2 executive courses, and several driving ranges.

Strategic Location
Surrey is approximately 30 minutes away from the Vancouver International Airport, the Abbotsford Airport, and the Tsawwassen BC Ferries Terminal. With three exits off of Trans Canada Highway (Highway #1) and two U.S. border crossings, Surrey is easily accessible by land, sea, and air.

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