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Tourist Attractions

The people of Fleetwood love their community. It is a great place to live with plenty to see and do, and it is easy to see why others who visit the area are falling in love with the location as well. The real estate market is experiencing a boom as more individuals and families relocate to this great suburban area of Surrey.

Those who are curious about the location often inquire about the local tourist attractions. Lucky for residents, community spirit and tranquility are not the only things in abundance in the Fleetwood area. The location also contains, and has easy access to, some of Surrey’s best tourist attractions.

Surrey Museum

The Surrey Museum is the best place to learn about the city of Surrey’s past and present. From natural history to the industrial revolution, the educational experience is great, provided by permanent galleries and regular special features. Admission is sponsored by the Friends of the Museum Society, allowing the citizens of Fleetwood the ability to frequently enjoy learning of the history of Surrey.

Charles Richardson Nature Reserve

As a significant wetland habitat that is essential to the preservation of many birds, animals and aquatic creatures, the Charles Richardson Nature Reserve is a true Fleetwood treasure.

Not only does this unique environmental preservation zone provide the necessary means to sustain the local wildlife, but it is also a great escape for locals and tourists looking to get in touch with nature.

BC Vintage Truck Museum

With the mission of preserving the early history of trucking in British Columbia, this neat museum offers several amazing collections of vintage aged trucks that will make you feel like you have taken a trip back in time. The entire family will enjoy the experience of seeing manmade masterpieces up close and personal.

This is one of the greatest collection of vintage trucks in the world, and Fleetwood residents are truly privileged to have easy access to the BC Vintage Truck Museum.

Crescent Beach

Residents of Fleetwood and Surrey love spending their days catching a bit of sun on Crescent Beach. The pristine shoreline and fabulous views offer a peaceful setting and the opportunity to create fun memories with the people you love. Harbor seals and grey whales are frequently spotted off shore, making this a favorite destination for locals and tourists.

The Honeybee Centre

Most people never get the opportunity to take a guided tour of an excellent honey farm, but the people of Fleetwood enjoy regular access to this popular tourist destination. This working farm contains a great discovery center where people of all ages can explore the fascinating daily lives of the honeybee.

The farm also has a country store full of natural honeybee products. Fleetwood residents enjoy having regular access to major tourist destinations featured in the local community and the city of Surrey. With so much available to do, you will never be bored.

Tourism is as positive as the real estate market — a testament to the great future the area has ahead.

Visit our Fleetwood properties page to view houses that are currently available on the market.

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I enjoy Real Estate because I get to meet a lot of people over the course of a day or a week that I wouldn’t otherwise meet if I was just wandering around and enjoying the community. Of course, I do that too as often as not. Did I mention the energy around here? It’s great!

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