British Columbia Travel Guide
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In Cloverdale there are a surplus of amenities and many interesting antique shops, major grocery stores, a variety of restaurants to enjoy, a good commercial core for supplies, and wonderful selection of specialty shops. This broad community located among the many pathways in and out of Surrey and Vancouver, has developed a family and commercial area with an appropriate balance of nature parks and on going events.

Population: 350,000

Rainforest Reptile Refuge
Surrey Museum
Redwood Park hiking trails through the largest stand of Redwoods north of California.

Around 1870, William Shannon (one of several brothers who were the first to settle in the area) named it "Clover Valley" after the wild clover seen growing everywhere at the time.

Summer average 23 degrees Celsius
Winter average 3 degrees Celsius

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