Cloverdale is the third largest community in Surrey and used to be very rural and agriculture focused. It has now grown into a mecca of arts, culture, festivals, and more. The main side streets in Cloverdale are home to many local restaurants including The Henry and The Vault, two of our favourites, and also many local retailers.
One of the biggest draws is the Cloverdale Rodeo that happens every May long weekend. It’s been running since 1946 and is now the fifth largest rodeo in Canada. The city is also home to Surrey’s official museum and one of its oldest buildings, Christ Church, was built in 1882 and still stands today.
This quaint community is full of different activities for young and old, many different amenities including several recreation facilities, parks, libraries and schools.
Parks in Cloverdale
The parks in Cloverdale give residences ample green space to enjoy nature while also staying fit.
Fun & Recreation
There’s lots to keep you busy and active in and around the city of Cloverdale including both indoor and outdoor options for all seasons.
- BC Vintage Truck Museum
- Surrey’s Heritage Rail
- Fraser Downs Racetrack and Casino
- Northview Golf and Country Club
- Cloverdale Library
- Cloverdale Recreation Centre
- Don Christian Recreation Centre
- Cloverdale Arena
History & Culture in Cloverdale
Cloverdale is known as the historic centre of Surrey. Learn why at the many museums and art galleries throughout the neighbourhood.