Small but mighty, White Rock offers the magic memories are made of. Home to the most iconic pier in the Lower Mainland, and a customs port of entry for small crafts, one can stroll its length watching seals and seagulls gather as local fishermen haul in their daily catches. The pier offers majestic views of the coastal mountains, San Juan Islands and hosts festive concerts for locals and visitors alike.
Artisans participate in fresh markets and local pop-ups in fair weather months while exhibiting year-round at galleries throughout the City. The warm, protected, water of Semiahmoo Bay provides some of the best kayaking and paddle-boarding in the area. During low tide, shallow beach pools serve as educational play stations for hermit crabs and sandcastle builders young and old.
But White Rock is not just about visiting East or West Beach, it's about exploring the core of the City where tapa bars, wine rooms, and brew halls abound. It's when you wander slightly off the beaten path that you'll discover the hidden gems and authentic vintage of this seaside treasure.