White Rock BC



East Beach
East Beach is at its finest during low tides when the sands stretch out seawards for half a mile, and down past the reserve to the US border town of Blaine, Washington. East Beach is the quieter side of White Rock and has a familial ambiance that appeals to the young and the old alike. Back to Beaches
 
   
Kites fly, balls volley on courts in the sand, couples stroll the low tide line and children build castles in the sand. As the tide rolls in over the summer heated sand, the shallow waters temporarily achieve the highest temperatures on the westcoast..
 

A day at the beach might include a visit to the Semiahmoo Park where there are local ball tournaments to watch, a fabulous playground, picnic facilities, public tennis courts and a band shell.

There are quiet nature walks along the little Campbell River and a pedestrian bridge that links White Rock to the Semiahmoo Indian Reserve.

The flavor of the east beach stretch of 'Marine Drive' is predominantly fish and chips, take out food, and family fare.

As the road curves away from the beach, a neighborhood pub and a lively bistro both offer musical entertainment to a mostly local clientele, and several fine dining establishments serve ethnic cuisine.

 
 
 
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