Visitor Information

The Surrey 2016 XV WBSC Women’s World Softball Championship is being held from July 15 - 24 at Softball City in Surrey, BC, Canada. Surrey is currently the second largest city in BC and is conveniently located just north of the United States/Canada border and 40 minutes southeast of Vancouver.

The City of Surrey contains over 600 parks, earning its nickname as "City of Parks". With its lush and abundant greenery and vast array of outdoor activities, it is no wonder it attracts people from all over the world. Surrey is one of the most ethnically and culturally diverse communities in Canada.  One of the fastest growing cities in Canada, Surrey is a centre of innovation and creativity. Surrey has been honoured as the Cultural Capital of Canada, offering a vast selection of multicultural dining and a vibrant arts and culture community.

From stunning scenic beaches to majestic coastal mountains, the natural beauty of Surrey surrounds you and the outdoor recreation abounds. An intriguing blend of urban and country lifestyles, Surrey offers an abundance of things to do. With the City of Vancouver so close, there are truly endless opportunities to enjoy this spectacular area. A world-class city, famous tourist attractions such as Stanley Park and the Capilano Suspension Bridge, and a contagious love for nature are only a few of the things that make this area so spectacular.