Difficulty: Easy - Family
Crescent Beach is a long, sandy beach destination and pathway located in the small community of Crecent Beach, BC which is situated in the southern section of the City of Surrey, British Columbia, Canada.
Between the southern end of Semiahmoo Bay and at the mouth of the Nicomekl River and you find a popular destination for walking, beachcombing, sunbathing, sightseeing, swimming and for launching a kayak.
Crescent Beach is one of thosTravel to this Metro Vancouver beach in the norte sandy beaches which has stayed under the radar when it comes to commercial development. The Metro Vancouver beach offers a fabulous beach environment without the crowding of big business looming over its shoulder.
There are some services nearby like bistros, coffee houses, ice cream vendors and patio restaurants servicing beach goers. There are washrooms, shower stations, a kayak launch, swimming area and feet washing spray stations.
Crescent Beach includes miles of exposed sandy beach decorated in discarded driftwood logs, crushed sea shells and a long wooden pier.
A 3 kilometre one-way gravel promenade pathway explores parallel to the beach. On one side of the pathway is the beach and on the other side are beach cottages and waterfront homes.
The promenade pathway is level, easy going and popular for walkers and sightseeers. The path is baby stoller and wheelchair friendly in most areas. Decorating the path are sightseeing benches, small grass lawn areas and people set up with their lawn chairs taking in the view.
How To Get ToCrescent Beach:
From the City of Surrey travel south on King George Boulevard. Continue on King George to Crescent Road and take a right. (should be signs pointing to Crescent Beach). Crescent Road merges into Beecher Road. Drive to the end of Beecher Road and the beach.