Surrey is the second largest city in British Columbia and quickly growing. It is divided into seven regional areas - Guildford, Fleetwood, Newton, Whalley, City Centre, Cloverdale and South Surrey. Surrey is known for their beautiful parks, which make up over 6,000 acres of land, and the diverse cultures of its residents.

Surrey is only 40 minutes outside of Vancouver and borders Washington to the south. It is accessible by transit via its four Skytrain stations (King George Station, Surrey Central Station, Gateway Station, and Scott Road Station) as well as bus.

The temperate weather in Surrey makes golfing possible all year round on any of its 10 golf courses. The courses vary in levels of difficulty and cost, so everyone can play. The most notable course in Surrey is Morgan Creek which has hosted many prestigous tournaments and won many awards including one of Golf Digest's "Best Places to Play".

A new trend in Surrey is agri-tourism; approximately 1/3 of Surrey's land in reserved for argicultural use. Many of the farms offer u-pick berries, wagon rides, petting zoos, and sell local produce. Surrey is also home to the River's Bend Winery located in South Surrey.