Crescent Beach is a pretty seaside town less than an hour from Vancouver
Crescent Beach is a remote corner of Surrey near White Rock that has its own beach town vibe. You really feel like you are in a world away from Vancouver when you come here.
In fact, with all the houses lining the oceanfront walkway, it feels like a mini Cape Cod.
In the summer months, Crescent Beach is generally bustling and bustling – packed with locals and tourists eating fish and chips by the beach and relaxing on the beaches.
In the fall and winter, this is a great place to watch storms, much closer to Vancouver than Tofino.
Find a place to park your car and walk down Beecher Street to determine where you want to have your coffee, lunch, or dinner that day.
And, if a day trip isn’t long enough for you, then there are a handful of beaches Airbnb you can stay in to make it a weekend. Here are some places and things to do in Crescent Beach:
Go for a walk
Whatever the season, it’s always a good time to take a walk to Crescent Beach, especially if you are bringing a four-legged best friend.
Fish and chips by the sea a stone’s throw from the beach? It’s like summer all year round here.
Locals love this hidden and very authentic Roman style pizzeria using a fermented sourdough crust and ultra fresh ingredients.
Grab morning coffee and breakfast at this colorful cafe before strolling along the beach.
Way of the sunflowers
Can you find this hidden path with beautiful art and flowers?
Watch the sunset at Blackie Spit and take the best photos of the ocean from the dock.