Sightseeing (Picture BC photo)
White Rock is a walking community, so park the car and don a good pair of shoes to stroll along the promenade, browse the plethora of Marine Drive merchants and restaurants or take on those hilly inclines.
The Promenade & Pier
With busy Marine Drive on one side and views of the bay and San Juan islands on the other, the red brick promenade is one of White Rock's biggest drawing cards. It runs almost 2.2km/1.4mi along the waterfront, passing by the Station House Museum, Visitors Centre, brightly decorated washrooms and plenty of benches en route.
Rollerbladers, cyclists and dogs aren't permitted and although there are no authorized buskers, civic authorities are fairly tolerant of entertainers who don't seek to draw a crowd. Near the museum, there's often an artist or two drawing a seascape, a portrait or still life.
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