White Rock BC Centennial Park Tennis Courts
Centennial Park in White Rock has five hard surface courts that are free to play on with a first come, first served basis. The park is quite popular and well used by both locals and visitors to this popular beach town. Play time is limited if people are waiting, so it is always possible to get a court. The park also has soccer fields, lacrosse, lawn bowling, a horseshoe pit, a system of trails and other recreational facilities. Centennial Park is open dawn to dusk. The park is close to the White Rock oceanfront promenade area.
Centennial Park Tennis Courts 14600 North Bluff Rd White Rock, BC
What To Do After Playing Tennis in White Rock-Check Out The Oceanfront Promenade
White Rock’s eight kilometer (five-mile) waterfront oceanfront promenade is one of the big attractions in this seaside town. It’s a popular place to stroll, watch sunsets, eat, drink and shop. Both roof top and side-walk cafes and restaurants provide a good viewpoint for beach activities and sunsets.
White Rock has many popular patios and restaurants with great seaside views.
White Rock is named for the large white rock that sits on the beach. It is a glacial deposit that was left behind when the glaciers receded thousands of years ago. You can walk to the rock along this popular walking pathway. The warm waters of Semiahmoo Bay are popular for swimming and water sports.
Where To Stay Near White Rock Tennis Courts-Donna’s Organic Bed and Breakfast
It’s a simple house in an unassuming neighborhood, about 45 minutes from Vancouver in the popular White Rock beach area. But this proud owner has transformed Donna’s Bed and Breakfast into what she calls a tiny organic Versailles. The french, architecture and home economics teacher is as close as you will get to an environmentally conscious Martha Stewart. The best part of it is, you don’t have to just read about her place in a magazine, you’re more than welcome to stay in one or both of her two bed and breakfast rooms. When you do, you are guaranteed to be treated like a prince or princess royal with her top-notch customer service and attention to every detail.
We stayed in the Versailles Room, a converted master bedroom and en suite with double french doors onto a semi-private patio. In decorating this room, as in the rest of her home, she has spared no attention to detail. From the crown moldings on the ceiling, to the luscious linens on the bed and the closet that has been converted into a walk-in coffee, refrigerator, microwave and magnificent dressing area. The bathroom with it’s classic white ruffled shower curtain and decadent organic soaps, shampoos and other amenities is a place where you just don’t want to leave.
And if you think it can’t get any better, think again, Donna’s breakfast is beyond belief. She served us fresh fruit in a beautifully carved melon shell and piece de resistance was her specialty, Donna’s pain de versailles, a sumptuous bread creation with fruit, egg and whipped cream, french press coffee, fresh squeezed, organic orange juice. Some of the other breakfasts she serves include, Donna’s Garden Crustless Quiche, Donna’s Famous French Pecan Toast and Donna’s Frittata di Asparagi. And, did I mention it is served either on her tranquil garden patio or in her lovely dining room.