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Surrey, British Columbia lies within the metro area of Vancouver, and is connected to Vancouver via the ski train. It is a thriving, bustling community between Fraser River and Boundary Bay. Explore the area while staying at a Surrey BC Bed and Breakfast.

Surrey has dubbed itself BC’s “City of Parks”, and with good reason; there are more than 600 parks and greenbelts here. Admire manicured gardens, golf on one of seven courses, jog along wooded trails, and fish for trout at Green Timbers Urban Forest. In South Surrey, Blackie Spit Park juts out into the estuarine delta known as Muddie Bay; it is a superb spot for bird watching in British Columbia, or beachcombing along sandy Crescent Beach.

Although it is close, there is no need to travel to Vancouver to find arts and culture. The Surrey Arts Centre showcases local and internationally renowned artists in a series of rotating exhibits. Dance, theatre and music are performed at the Bell Centre for the Performing Arts. Winterfest, in February, is a day of live music, sports and food.

The Cloverdale Rodeo in May is one of the largest rodeos in Canada. It attracts some of the best cowboys in the world, and has many fun events and activities for the whole family. The Fraser Downs Racetrack and Casino attracts some of the fastest horses.

Surrey, BC, has an incredible multicultural community, making it a delightfully diverse place to eat and shop. Visit the Punjabi Market, celebrate the Sikh community at the Vaisakhi Parade in April, and explore almost every culture in the world during the Surrey Fusion Festival in July. Of course, restaurants featuring all sorts of cuisines are open throughout the year. Ask your Surrey Bed and Breakfast innkeepers for a list of their favourites.