The ABSOLUTE best views in all of Surrey BC | #4 is my FAVOURITE!

There's no doubt that Surrey, BC is an incredible place to live. And if you're considering moving here, you certainly can't go wrong. But today's post is all about views. Where can you go to see the best of the best to you really enjoy your stay, life or time in Surrey BC. There's lots to look at and there's lots of great places to go, so we're going to dive into them today. So if that's what you're looking for, today's post is just for you. Whether you are looking to eat or just get outside and go play and have something really great to look at too. Let's get into it.

What's good everybody? It's Darin Germyn from the Germyn Group where we know you've only got one chance to either buy or sell your next home. So we're here to help you get it right. 

Okay, so today's post was a little difficult to come up with. All of the great areas you can go to have a really incredible view in Surrey. Of course, you've got things like Mount Baker just on the other side of the United States border where lots of communities in the lower mainland, including Surrey, have gorgeous views of this beautiful, beautiful mountain. Of course, there's hills and peaks and valleys all over the place where you get a great look at whatever vista might be available. Or maybe you want to end up in downtown Surrey in a high rise where of course then we're talking about North Shore Mountains, we're talking about looking at Burnaby and Coquitlam and all these other awesome areas on the other side of the Fraser River.

But today's video is going to focus more so on the South Surrey and White Rock neighborhood because this offers one thing that no other neighborhoods in Surrey offer and that's an incredible view of the ocean. If we're jumping into just getting outside and going for a walk. You are going to want to check out areas like 1001 steps just down by the Ocean Park area in South Surrey where it's literally, I don't know if it's literally 1001 steps. But you go through a path which will take you straight down to the beach and it's kind of in between where Crescent Beach and White Rock Beach are. Where you get this kind of private, little secluded beach area and some great exercise. You'll find tons of people exercising there.

Now actually just right by there, you're also going to find Kwomais Point Park, which is a big green space. It's got incredible views of the islands across the water and you're going to see some beautiful sunsets and you can really enjoy some time here just getting out and enjoying nature. It's very tree and the outlook is incredible.

There's no doubt that the two piers in South Surrey, white Rock, either White Rock Beach Pier, of course, or the pier in Crescent Beach offer the view that you get of all the islands and all the water while standing on top of it. These are huge tourist attractions and there's often many people. And if you want to go check out the white Rock pier, it's actually the longest pier in Canada. That's right, the longest pier in Canada. It's got tons of history. There's lots of neat stuff and restaurants to do in that area. So if you are going to visit, be sure to read up all about it as you're kind of walking and exploring in downtown white Rock.

In downtown white rock beach, Ruth Johnson park is beautiful and it's actually the park that I frequent with my family. Not only is there an incredible playground there where we call it the blue slide playground, but it is huge. There's baseball diamonds, there's curling rink, there's ice rinks, there's lacrosse boxes, there's pickleball and tennis, there's dog parks, and there is a ravine that you can follow and it'll take you straight down to white rock beach. Now, while you may not get the best views of the water from really anywhere on this park, to be honest, because of the ravine, you can go for a gorgeous forest walk and end up right on white rock beach. In about under 15 minutes,

we will round out the outdoor list with Blackie Spit down in Crescent Beach. There is immense trails through this area. It's very popular to bring your dog through as well, and it's home to the Crescent beach swim Club. While down at Crescent Beach you're going to definitely want to walk around right on the waterfront and experience everything that Blackie Spit and the Crescent Beach neighborhood has to offer. There are some beautiful properties and there is some incredible views of places like Ladner & Tsawwassen and of course, the water. Now we can't send you to White Rock or South Surrey and let you go hungry.

If you want to come somewhere for some of the best views, you need to end up at some of the restaurants that offer some of the best views in the area as well. And no surprise here that the majority of them end up right on white rock beach. Some of the more popular restaurants on White Rock Beach are places like Five or one of my favorites, Charlie Don't Surf. If you're looking for some Mexican food, Zapoteca has great stuff. Or if you want to come and experience some fish and chips. There's multiple places down there, including the world famous Moby Dicks. For anybody looking for something a little more upscale, you're 100% going to want to check out the Washington Avenue Grill or as the locals call it, the WAG. It is unbelievable.

Crescent beach has a handful of restaurants right on the water as well. And if you're looking for casual eats, fine Italian dining, or just going to have a beer and look out at the water, you can also end up with some good stuff down there.

For anybody that's looking to buy a home with a beautiful view, you're usually not going to go wrong with anything on the White Rock hillside facing south. There are all sorts of properties in White Rock from condominiums, townhomes and detached homes that offer beautiful views of Semiahmoo Bay where you can look right across into the city of Blaine and the Semiahmoo area of the United States, white Rock. While it is a small community, it is a very fun city to live in and they do a lot of events because they're very progressive in terms of making sure that they take care of their residents.

So there you have it. That is where you are going to find the best views anywhere. And of course, again, that is in South Surrey and the White Rock neighborhoods. I want to thank you for reading, I want to thank you for subscribing and if you are someone looking to move to Surrey, BC, don't forget to check out the link below to book some time to chat with us about how we can make that a greater experience for you.

Thanks again everybody and we'll see you again on the next video. Bye.

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Places & Restaurants talked about in this blog post below:

Mount Baker-

North Shore Mountains-

1001 Steps -

Kwomais Point Park-

White Rock Pier-

Crescent Park Pier-

Ruth Johnson Park-

Blackie Spit Park-

Five Restaurant-

Charlie Don't Surf Restaurant-


Moby Dicks-

Washington Avenue Grill-

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