6542 King George Boulevard.
Surrey, BC V3W 4Z4
Phone: (604) 591-6001
Fax: (604) 591-6050
With more than 10 acres ( 4.046 hectares) of open space on offer, Holland Park is one of Surrey's best spots for a day of fun. Situated in the city center, this vast expanse of greenery also features the Holland Gardens, complete with horticultural displays and a waterfall. Summer brings a number of community events to the park, among which the Fusion Festival, held every year, is just one.
The Good Shepherd aims to make the society a better place to live in. This it does by fostering harmony and peace in the community. This stunning, modern church is home to a multitude of local and cultural events from time to time. It has a capacity to hold 800 people during major events and festivities. Call for more details.
Queen's Park is a recreational and tourist park that welcomes everyone and has something for all. Be it a group of friends or your entire family, you will surely have a great time here. Playgrounds, water features, stadium, a petting zoo and much more awaits you here.
Crash Crawly's Adventure Fun Centre offers little kids a fun place to embark on their own exploration. This place offers children a safe environment to engage in fun activities. They have soft play structures, laser tag area, a toddlers zone, toy trains, ball pits and more. Stuffed-toy lovers can have a gala time at the 'Teddy Zoo Party', where they can create their own teddies. The cafe offers parents and children a break to rejuvenate themselves.
The New Westminster Christian Reformed Church encourages the people of the community and new comers to the city to participate in their services and events. The church has 11 ministries including the Beehive Christian Preschool, the Christianity Explored course and the Music Ministry. Morning and evening services are held daily. Check the website on complete schedule of events.
Want to spend a warm Sunday afternoon lazing around the park? Head to Mackin Park and enjoy a lazy day out with family and friends. The tennis, softball, baseball and soccer arenas on-site are ideal spaces to practice your sporting skills. You can also feast your eyes on the picturesque views this park offers as you take a long and leisurely stroll around the park. An ideal picnic spot, you will find hoards of families enjoying a quiet day out at this park. Famous for hosting the annual Festival du Bois, the park attracts hoards of tourists year after year. Call the City Park Council for more details.
Robert Burnaby Park is a local park that is named after founder of the city, Robert Burnaby. The park has a variety of facilities like tennis courts, swimming pools, and trails to name a few.
Douglas Park is a delightful stretch of green in the heart of Langley. The park serves as a recreational zone as well as a community bonding space. The picturesque park is home to the Douglas Recreation Centre (DRC) and the Spirit Square. In 1982, a meeting house for the bowls sport team was established. The recreation center has a beautiful cherry blossom tree, welcoming guests into its premises. The Spirit Square is a stage that hosts entertaining performances. The dome covering of the stage is akin to a woman's bonnet.
The beautiful Como Lake United Church dates back to the year 1925 and falls within the United Church of Canada. The Sunday prayer services at the church are attended by people from Coquitlam and the 'Tri-Cities' area. Como Lake United Church also conducts community weddings and other social functions in the Central Church Hall. The church has two wonderful choirs and its music programs are a delight. Spreading the noble vision of love and unity among folks, Como Lake United Church has one of the most vibrant congregations of the region. Visit website for prayer timings.
Located on the border of Surrey in British Columbia and Blaine in Washington, the Peace Arch is a symbol of amity between United States of America and Canada. Established by Samuel Hill, a pioneer for the nation's economic development, it was erected in 1921, celebrating the signing of the Treaty of Ghent. The Peace Arch is a beautiful white structure that stands at a height of 20.5 meters (67 feet).
The Peace Arch is a significant monument that stands erect on the Canadian-United States border. The monument dates back to the year 1921, and is a symbol of peace between these two nations. This site was included in the National Register of Historic Places in 1996.
The Mundy Park is a haven for sports as well as nature lovers. Scenic trails, picturesque views of the Mundy Lake and Lost Lake make for a perfect spot to explore the beauty of nature. Apart from that, it features an outdoor pool, playground, picnicking area and so forth.