The beach and 3 kilometre waterfront pathway are located in the small community of Crecent Beach, BC which is situated in the northern end of Semiahmoo Bay. It is a popular destination for walking, beachcombing, sunbathing, sightseeing, swimming and for launching a kayak.
Tynehead Regional Park is a recreation and educational destination located on the banks of the Serpentine River in the community of Surrey, BC, Canada. The park trails lead to birdwatching and salmon spawning viewing areas, a garden and a fish hatchery.
Mud Bay Park is a waterfront destination consisting of marsh like conditions and exposed tidal flats located in Boundary Bay south of the community of Surrey, British Columbia, Canada. Activities enjoyed include walking, biking and birdwatching.
Blackie Spit Park is considered one of the better birding sites in the region for shore birds and marine birds. Other activities enjoyed in the park include hiking, swimming, picnicking and sightseeing.
The Bear Creek Park is very family oriented with many features popular with children. Some of the amenities include a playground, a water spray park, a skate park, mini golf, rock wall, outdoor pool and the famous Bear Creek Miniature Train.
Green Timbers Urban Forest is a protected area outfitted with a network of recreation trails, a lake, meadow, wetland and the Surrey Nature Centre. The activities enjoyed in the natural forest include hiking, walking, birdwatching, jogging, fishing and sightseeing.
Serpentine Fen Park also referred to as the Serpentine Wildlife Area is a protected wetland-marsh eco system popular for birdwatching and walking trails in the region of Surrey, British Columbia, Canada. The trails follow a system of dykes leading to 3 viewing towers.