Located 45 km/30mi south of Vancouver, and only a two-hour drive north of Seattle, White Rock’s sunny disposition by the sea has made it a year round vacation spot, especially for day-trippers. With the Canada/USA border only 10 minutes away, it’s also a popular destination for cross-border travelers, many of whom are attracted by White Rock’s picturesque charm and family appeal.
How To Get Here
45 minutes from Vancouver, BC: Take Highway #99 south to Exit 8A, head South on 152nd Street past 16th Avenue to the Town Centre. 10 minutes from the USA: Douglas/Peace Arch Border Crossing: take exit 2A (8th Avenue) and go westbound five minutes along 8th Avenue to the Waterfront. 60 minutes from the Lower Mainland: Eastbound: take Highway #1 to the 152nd Street South Exit, head South on 152nd Street past 16th Avenue to the Town Centre. Westbound: take 176th Street South Exit, head south on 176 Street to 8th Avenue, right at 8th Avenue westbound five minutes to the Waterfront.
Take public transit and avoid bridge and tunnel traffic congestion. Take advantage of bike racks available on many Translink buses. Cycling is a great way to get around and explore our city.
You can also get to White Rock from Vancouver / Richmond via Canada Line, a rapid transit line in the Metro Vancouver region that has bus connecting services to White Rock/South Surrey at the Bridgeport Station in Richmond.
For further information on public transit routes and schedules, visit www.translink.ca or call 604-953-3333.