King George Corridor

Accessible Living, Nearby Schools and Shopping

King George Corridor is a long stretch of South Surrey that covers major shopping areas and lies in the middle of all the hustle and bustle that makes up South Surrey. Homes in this area are closest to major shopping areas and a quick drive to the onramp of highway 99. Since King George Corridor is so well center one can walk to local areas or take a 5 minute drive south to the US border. Potential is endless as to where you can get around in the hub. It has become a subarea consisting of single family homes, senior residential homes, condos and townhomes.



A predominantly townhouse, condo and single-family dwelling area, there are numerous choices for educational institutions either within, or in close proximity to Grandview Surrey, White Rock, Pacific Douglas, and Sunnyside Park. Elementary schools in the catchment are Sunnyside Elementary, Jessie Lee Elementary, and South Meridian Elementary, while older students can enjoy public high school, Earl Marriott Secondary and private school, White Rock Christian Academy. Another private school in the area for younger kids is Star of the Sea School.



In the heart of the area is Sunnyside Park, a large park made up of an outdoor swimming pool, baseball diamonds, soccer fields and well-kept playground. The pool for many years opens sessional in the summer and is home to White Rock Amateur Swim Association (WRASA); a summer swim club that represents the Fraser Valley in Regional and then Provincial Swim Meets. The little league baseball or softball in this park is usually played by elementary school ages and is a great area to gather with the family for an outdoor picnic while cheering on your local team.

King George Corridor is in such close proximity to other local South Surrey Athletic Park fields, hockey arenas and community centers it is easy as a family to belong to several activities and teams in the area.


Shopping and Restaurants

Since King George Corridor sits in the middle of the South Surrey community it has shopping by in all directions. In the northwest is South Point Exchange, a growing area with lots of choices of premium restaurants and brand named shopping. In its center are Peninsula Village, Windsor Square, and Semiahmoo Shopping Center shopping areas with over 100 shops and restaurants. To the south is the US border which with a current valid passport can take one 20 minutes to Bellis Fair Shopping Mall.