Kwomais Point Park
Wander the natural areas or relax at the ocean lookout in South Surrey's Kwomais Point Park.
Dawn until dusk
Kwomais Point Park is a spectacular park in southwest Surrey perched on the top of the bluffs above Semiahmoo Bay. The park offers stunning views across the bay to Tsawwassen and beyond to Vancouver Island and the San Juan Islands. There is a new viewing platform in the west of the park, just south of 14 Avenue and 126A Street.
The park is also highlighted by its mature forest, with many large Grand Fir, Douglas Fir and Big Leaf Maples, some of which are over 80 years old. There's a lovely walking path that runs through the park, between 126A Street and 128 Street, as well as a number of natural area trails that loop through the forest.
Parking is available, with access from 128 Street. Adjacent to the parking lot you'll find the recently renovated Kwomais Lodge and Sanford Hall, two beautiful heritage facilities that offer a range of programming as well as hall rental. Nearby, enjoy a labyrinth and plaza.
In November 2008, Surrey City Council approved the Kwomais Point Park Master Plan. The highlights of the plan included the preservation of Kwomais Lodge and Sanford Hall as community facilities for public use, and a range of new amenities.
Weddings and photography
Kwomais Point Park is not available for outdoor wedding ceremonies. Choose from other available sites for wedding ceremonies in South Surrey.
The lookout at Kwomais Point Park is intended for all to enjoy the beautiful ocean view and surrounding area. Do not set up staged photography or props. This takes away from others enjoyment and limits access to the area.
View work by Connie Glover and Deborah Putman entitled Kwomais: A Place of Vision, a large mosaic work illustrating the four elements of earth, air, water, and fire found at the entrance plaza of the park.