These days, anyone and everyone have the ability to snap a breathtaking photo at any given moment in their day.

Whether it’s a cup of coffee in the morning, or a spectacular sunset, we can share those small moments of wonder with friends, family, and new friends, too. If you’re looking to step up your Instagram-game, we’re here to share some of the post popular #TrueSurrey photo backdrops for a little inspiration. And if your favourite photo-op isn’t on this list, let us know about it!

Happy snapping!

Crescent Beach
12160 Beecher Street, South Surrey

Photo by Destination BC

We don’t like to brag or make outlandish statements, but we’re willing to put pen to paper and declare the Crescent Beach is one of the best places to catch the sunset in Metro Vancouver. With incredible Boundary Bay views, abundant wildlife, and a beachy-vibe that makes your heart smile, bring your camera no matter what season you find yourself visiting Surrey’s Bay-side oasis.

Barnston Island
105 Dyke Rd, Guildford

Photo by Destination BC

Barnston Island isn’t technically within the municipality of Surrey, but this beautiful island is only a quick 5 minute ferry from the north-eastern tip of 104 Avenue. Comprised of a quaint farming community with gorgeous and unobstructed views of the North Shore mountains. Pack your walking shoes and charge up your camera batteries, because there’s a photo-op at every turn.

Tynehead Regional Park
16700 96 Avenue, Guildford

Photo by Destination BC

Tynehead Regional Park is tucked in the Guildford neighbourhood of Surrey, and features a colourful pedestrian bridge, bridges that cross the park’s many waterways, and abandoned buildings that make for interesting and unique photos. With a variety of trail terrain, turn your photo-mission into an all out adventure!

Mud Bay Park
13030 48 Avenue, South Surrey

Photo by Destination BC

Known as an oasis for migratory birds, Mud Bay Park is arguably one of the best sites for photography. With beautiful biking trails that span all the way to Surrey’s neighbouring community of Delta, Mud Bay Park also borders Boundary Bay’s waters. With a changing tide and The CN Railway sandwiching its trails, you’ll be able to capture a variety of moods and scenes all at one park!

Green Timbers Urban Forest
14600 100 Avenue, North Surrey

Photo by Destination BC

Centred in Green Timbers Urban Forest is a beautiful lake that many species of water fowl like to call home. The calm water makes for interesting illusions as the green trees reflect on the surface. Green Timbers is the perfect setting for moody-weather photos as well. Fog and frost transform this serene park into a scene right from your favourite Instagram account.

Originally published by Discover Surrey

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