Desks have been cleaned out, projects brought home, and teacher gifts delivered. It’s finally summer! Now what to do with all this freedom? We have compiled of list of the hottest things this summer to keep you and the kiddos cool and happy.
Unwin Waterpark and Pool:
13313 – 68th Avenue
Featuring Surrey’s newest waterpark, Unwin Park is the perfect place to spend a summer day. The park is abundant with picnic tables, fields, sports courts, and even an outdoor pool.
Newton Wave Pool
13730 – 72 Avenue
Looking to take a break from the sun while still having some splashy fun? Look no further than Newton Wave Pool. This pool features multiple water slides, a water fortress with water canons and jets, as well as a toddler’s area.
12160 Beecher Street
Head to Crescent Beach on a sunny afternoon, and wade through the tidal pools at low-tide. See how many sea stars, sand dollars, and hermit crabs you can find in one day, or build a sand castle and watch as the rising tide washes it away.
Sky Zone Indoor Trampoline Park
100-A 11125 124th Street
Why buy a backyard trampoline when you can have 30,000 square feet of them? Featuring the SkySlam, Foam Zone, and Ultimate Dodgeball, you’re little ones will get a workout and have a great time all at once!
Fun World Indoor Play Center
102-15355 Fraser Hwy
Fun World is a great place for kiddos to spend the day. They have a climbing gym, bumper cars, and laser tag just to name a few! They even have a toddler’s area for the littlest family members. Their on-site café provides healthy and fun food options for all members of the family no matter what your craving.
Coastal Climbing Center
202-7728 128 Street
Test your skills or pick up a fun new hobby at the Coast Climbing Center! With over 7,500 feet of wall and 100 routes to try, the Coast Climbing center is THE spot for little monkeys to expel some energy. No experience is necessary! Drop in or book ahead for a 2-hour session with staff who walk your little ones through the ropes.
Arts, Crafts & Brain Fun
17710 56A Avenue
Surrey’s Museum features a fun and educational Kids Gallery dedicated to making learning about sustainability an absolute blast! On until the end of July is their exhibit that’s all about food: how we grow it, and how to reduce food waste. Kids are encouraged to touch everything ask lots of questions, perfect for those curious minds.
17582 56A Avenue
If your little one finds joy in creating things, Create-It Emporium is the perfect afternoon activity to keep those hands busy. With a variety of workshops available, including drop-in pottery painting classes, and schedules glass fusion, canvas painting classes, knitting, crocheting, and event needle felting, there’s a new hobby just waiting to be discovered.
Haven’t quite found the summer expedition you’re looking for? Be sure to check out KidApprovedBC for even more fun activities to keep you busy all year long!