Getting out and enjoying the changing seasons has never been easier. You can enjoy the best parts of autumn and Surrey at the same time with this fall themed list of hot spots. Stay whimsical and stay warm.
Stop by this cosy little café for cup and maybe a snack or two. Spent Grounds (108 – 9140 28 Avenue) has a rustic, cosy feel with a menu full of favourites to satisfy anyone. Coffee beans are roasted weekly and on site, and there’s a chill out lounge if you need a couple moments more of relaxation.
Hazelmere Pumpkin Patch (1633 170 Street) is a family owned and run farm that provides hours of family fun. The pumpkin patch also includes a wagon ride and a petting zoo, which is perfect for a family outing in the fall.
Haunted Farm Family Day (13723 Crescent Road) is a free, one-day event held at the Historic Stewart Farm. This safe and fun family drop-in shares old-time traditions, crafts and spooky treats. Activities like scavenger hunts and Halloween themed games are available for those of all ages to enjoy.
A spot you definitely want to visit during the changing seasons is Crescent Park (2610 128 Street). The park offers walking trails through mature second growth forests, with ponds, streams and lots of secret meadows to discover.
Creating modern and classical cuisine, Tap Restaurant (101 – 15350 34 Avenue) supplies a comfortable bistro with local meats and vegetables. Tap Restaurant combines French cooking with an essence of the West Coast, so your experience will remain unrivaled.