Cloverdale Tourist Attractions
Cloverdale has several unique attractions of interest to visitors.

Antique Row
Cloverdale has long been known as the "antique capital of British Columbia". Most of the antique shops are spread out along three blocks of 176 Street, starting just south of 58 Street, and ending at the Red Barn (the largest antique shop in B.C.) south of Highway 10. There is also an antique mall at Highway 10 and 177B Street.

Surrey Museum
This is one of the finest community museums in B.C. View the history of our community and enjoy the special exhibits which change every few months. See their web page for more information.

Fraser Downs Racetrack and Casino
Located at the Fairgrounds, 60 Avenue at 176 Street. This is the premier harness racing facilty in B.C. Place your bets on the ponies, or watch simulcasts of international races on the T.V. screens. There are four restaurants and a lounge as well as enclosed grandstand seating. There is also a casino with over 500 slot machines and 12 tables. See their website for more details.

Honeybee Centre
Honeyee Centre's beekeeping operation is centered around pollination of local crops in the Fraser Valley and the production of a number of natural varieties of honey for sale in their Country Store. Through their education program, they provide an extensive school field trip program, group tours, guided tours for the general public, and a drop in Visitor Centre complete with large glass observation hive and beekeeping museum. Located just north of Cloverdale at the junction of Highway 15 (176 Street) and the Fraser Highway.

The Maze
The Bose family has been farming this land for over 100 years. They invite you to enjoy some fun and get lost in their corn maze. Located at 16390 - 64 Avenue. For more information phone 576-8997.

Redwood Park
This park contains the largest stand of Redwoods north of California, as well as a wide selection of other trees from around the world. The trees were planted by two of Surrey's pioneers, David and Peter Brown. These twin brothers were so fond of trees that they even built themselves a two story tree house in which they lived. The park has several hiking trails as well as picnic shelters. Located south of Cloverdale on 20th Avenue at 179 Street, just east of the Pacific Highway.