White Rock Sights and Landmarks Guide, British Columbia
White Rock has been a favorite travel destination for years. It is famous for its glorious history, wonderful art festivals, live theatre performances, sports activities and wonderful landscapes. Some of the most famous sights and tourism attractions in White Rock include the following.
Marine Drive features wonderful restaurants, bars, clubs and stores. It is situated in the busiest part in of city. It is also a very famous shopping destination.
White Rock Promenade
It runs along the oceanfront of White Rock and connects the West and East Beaches. There is a popular walkway that has many buildings and memorials of historical importance.
White Rock Pier
The White Rock Pier is a historical and popular hangout site extended into the warm ocean water.
It is built between the boundary of Canada and the United States to commemorate the peace treaty between the two countries. There is a garden in the form of the Canadian flag.
White Rock Museum & Archives
It is situated in the White Rock Train Station building. It features a number of collectibles and specimens that exhibits the history and culture of White Rock. There are many restaurants, shops and nightclubs on the Marine Drive.
Blackie Spit Park
The Crescent Beach is located in the Crescent beach and it is bordered by the mud bays and thunders. It is also a resting place for the harbor seals. Every year almost 200 species of birds migrate in this area.
White Rock Beach
This beach is also known as West Beach. Tourists enjoy many activities like windsurfing, swimming, sailing, boating and sky diving etc.
The East Beach is a public area featuring Public Park, play courts, picnic area, public restrooms and playgrounds. It is a wonderful outdoor entertainment spot for families.
White Rock Skatepark
The Surrey Athletic Park is located in the heart of the city featuring rail, boxes and ledges.
Diva Fitness & Pilates
The Diva Fitness & Pilates is a best fitness center in the area offering an array of fitness exercises to the people of all ages.
The Gift Totem Poles
The totem poles were built to commemorate the 125th anniversary of Mounted Canadian Police. It celebrates the culture of Semiahmoo and RCMP.
The White Rock
The White Rock is a 423-tonne boulder situated on White Rock's beachfront. The rock has been painted white to be used as a navigation point.
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