A semi-rural neighbourhood made up of hobby farms, small acreages, and estates with luxury homes, Hazelmere is rooted in history as a thriving lumbering, milling and farming community.
If you’re looking for a home surrounded by some of South Surrey’s most beautiful parks and natural areas in a quiet, country setting with amenities nearby, come to Hazelmere to discover your dream home today!
As one of Surrey’s first farming areas, the settlement of Hazelmere – originally known as Hall’s Prairie – dates back to 1878. Hall’s Prairie Elementary stands on the site of the original schoolhouse that opened in 1884. The small school is a cornerstone of the community and hosts Hall's Prairie Country Market Day
Hazelmere United Church is one of the oldest churches in Surrey, constructed in 1905. Women in the community rode from house to house by bicycle to collect donations for the church construction. The area has a rich agricultural past that continues to be celebrated in the community, including Hall's Prairie Country Market Day, Hazelmere Organic Farm, and the annual Father's Day Salmon BBQ hosted by the Semiahmoo Fish and Game Club.
The commitment of the Semiahmoo Fish and Game Club members runs deep. In 1979, a 30-acre piece of property on the Little Campbell River was put up for sale. The club had enough money for the 30 acres, but the owner was trying to sell an additional 40-acre property with it, which the club couldn't afford. Four members of the club mortgaged their homes to purchase the full 70 acres, and sold the additional 40 acres within a year.
And if you’re wondering how the neighbourhood got its name, Hazelmere was named for the hazel bushes on the property of the homesteader, Henry T. Thrift, as well as a town near his birthplace in England..
Rural living with access to parks and natural areas, but also the proximity to amenities in the Cities of White Rock, Surrey and Langley.
That is the cornerstone of what attracts residents – such as hobby farmers, equestrians, retirees, and wealthy families wanting to live in secluded estates – to Hazelmere. Here you’ll find beautiful properties set in a rural atmosphere with rolling hills, hedgerows, large trees and views of Mount Baker.
Whether you drive your car or plan to take transit to school and shopping, Hazelmere is an easy place to get to and from. Public transportation via Translink’s South Surrey & White Rock Buses makes it easy to travel to schools and shopping centres, while commuter buses provide easy access for those working in Richmond or Vancouver.
Students who are residents of the cities of Surrey or White Rock, and who meet the criteria, will be considered eligible for regular School Bus Transportation to and from the school which has been designated by the Superintendent of Schools to serve their residence.
If driving is your transportation of choice, you’ll find Hazelmere is accessible by Highways 99 and 91 from the Greater Vancouver area, and via Highway 15 from the Fraser Valley. You can then easily access Hazelmere using the 16th Avenue exits off Highway 99, and via 16th Avenue, turning left off of Highway 15.
Featuring upscale dining Friday through Sunday evening, including their award-winning Sunday Brunch, the Dining Room offers fabulous views of the golf course paired with a spectacular culinary experience..
Price Range: $$$
Must try: AWARD-WINNING SUNDAY BRUNCH
A kitschy watering hole favoured by locals, this pub and restaurant has been renovated to maintain the prohibition era theme of the original Tudor Inn.
Food: PUB FOOD
Price Range: $$
Must try: TWOONIE BURGERS EVERY WEDNESDAY
What neighbourhood would complete without a fantastic place to enjoy delicious Greek food. Kalamki Greek Grill is a family-friendly, casual Greek restaurant offering classic staples in a delightful atmosphere.
Price Range: $$
Must try: KALAMAKI CHICKEN SKEWER
From outdoor parks, golfing, the fish and game club, through to equestrian and camping – Hazelmere presents a well-rounded list of activities to keep families engaged.
The Hazelmere Pumpkin Patch is a favourite fall activity in South Surrey, with a small admission fee providing public access to the huge pumpkin patch, hayride, petting zoo and corn maze. Pick your own pumpkin every weekend in October between 10 a.m. and 5 p.m.
Fancy a hike or a breath of fresh air somewhere unique? Latimer Park is an undeveloped with trails and an old quarry that filled with rain water to become a small lake. Then, go and enjoy Redwood Park, a beautiful, naturalized park with a rich history. David and Peter Brown, the twin sons of an early pioneer of the area, David Brown, began planting the land with over 50 different tree species from around the world in the 1890s. The original treehouse where the brothers lived in burnt down, but was replaced by the City of Surrey and is now a reminder of the park’s history. And stop by Keery Park’s forested walking trails on the western edge of Campbell Heights.
If you like the outdoors, but golf is your relaxation of choice, the Hazelmere Golf and Country Club has been a staple in the neighbourhood dating back to 1962. The club boasts 147 acres of land, a 30,000 sq. foot clubhouse, 18 holes of golf, banquet rooms, professional wedding services, and four indoor tennis courts.
The Semiahmoo Fish & Game Club was founded in 1957 by a group of conservationists intent on the restoration of the Little Campbell River. Over 50 years later, it is home to a hatchery, a wedding/private function hall overlooking the river, easy-level and wheelchair-accessible nature trails, archery and shooting ranges. The volunteer-run hatchery produces 170,000 salmon and trout in a typical year and runs a “Salmon in the Classroom” program for school children.
For horse-riders, the Hazelmere Equestrian Center is the place to be. The centre is the family stable of Rochelle Kilberg, an Equine Canada certified coach who competes nationally and internationally, who provides training in dressage, boarding and grooming.
Finally, whether you want to take the kids camping for the weekend, or have friends coming in from out of town that like to camp, the Hazelmere RV Park & Campground has plenty to offer. With a full service RV park and Campground, including amenities a pool and hot tub, large playground, and playing fields, fees range from $36 per day for tenting to $70.00 per day for cabins.
If you enjoy organic fruits and vegetables, including those supplied to grocery stores and upscale restaurants throughout the region, take a drive to the Hazelmere Organic Farm. It has been the community organic produce for well over 16 years!
View spawning salmon – including Coho, Steelhead, Cutthroat, and Chinook – at the Little Campbell Hatchery, part of the Semiahmoo Fish & Game Club. Taking place from October to January, you can view steelhead trout spawning in February and March if you miss the first run.
And because it’s just so unique that we have to mention it twice, go for a walk and picnic under the towering trees and the historic treehouse at Redwood Park. Don’t forget to take the handy Redwood Arboretum brochure with you to identify the different tree species, and find your way to the Brown Brothers treehouse.
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