. . . to www.CrescentRockBeach.ca, the web site of Surrey's United Naturists (SUN).
Be buff by the bluffs at Crescent Rock Beach, Surrey's original naturist refuge on the secluded coast between White Rock and Crescent Beach.
Take in the panoramic views of Boundary Bay and the Gulf Islands while basking in the sun's warming rays for an all-over tan.
Enjoy the relaxing solitude of this isolated beach, sheltered by the Ocean Park bluffs. See the aerial ballet of bald eagles and ospreys soaring overhead from their nests in the giant Douglas firs. Watch great blue herons hunting for a meal in the shallows amidst flocks of migratory ducks and shorebirds. If you keep an eye on the waters of Boundary Bay you might spot harbour seals, resident Orcas, or grey whales passing through on their coastal journeys.
This scenic shore was named after the 120 tonne Crescent Rock boulder, a large glacial erratic composed of white granite that was carried to the water's edge during the last ice age. It sits on the point of land south of Crescent Beach where it is clearly visible from the pathway.
Want to know how to get to Crescent Rock Naturist Beach? Our Directions page has descriptions, maps and even directions to follow to get you to the beach whether you are driving, taking transit, walking or cycling.