9 Top Things To Do in Abbotsford, BC, Canada
on the Lower Mainland of British Columbia.


The Top 9 Things To Do in Abbotsford, British Columbia, Canada part of the Lower Mainland, B.C. Region.


Willband Creek ParkFun at a Farm : Plan a day on a self guided farm tour and visit a corn maze , berry festival, petting zoo, pony rides, farm market or a u-pick operation. Many farms to visit a pick berries and apples. 

Follow Historic Footsteps : Visit a museum or check out the historic neighbourhoods, downtown and villages like Clayburn Village or visit the Mennonite community and historic sites like the Trethewey House. 

Biking High and Low : Sumas and McKee Mountains are destinations for mountain biking in high elevations. The Discovery Trail is a great sightseeing mountain bike trail which explores low lying lands west to east in Abbotsford. 

Take a Hike : Explore the region and the many parks, wetlands, farmlands, dykes, marshes, mountains, meadows, river valleys and green space areas. There are paved and gravel trails, floating boardwalks, wooden bridges, picnic areas, viewpoints and lookouts.

Attractions : Plan for a day visiting attractions like a golf course for the grown ups and an amusement park, go karts or mini golf for the kids. 

Arts & Culture : There are art studios, theatre and art galleries in the region. Plan your visit right and you can attend on of many events, festivals and concerts showcasing local musicians, culture and art. 

Fine & Fast Dining : Sit down at a table and get spoiled while served at a fine dining restaurant... or pick up something on the go from a fast food outlet and find a park a picnic table to enjoy your meal. 

Putt for Par : Pack up the clubs and try your luck at one of the local golf courses or driving ranges in the Abbotsford area. 

Cycle Sightseeing : The land is flat in Abbotsford, BC and there are designated long haul cycle routes as well. Pack the bike when you come and cycle the farms and the country side - take in the views.

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