The City of Surrey is built on the unceded traditional territories of the Semiahmoo, Katzie, Kwikwetlem, Kwantlen, Musqueam, Qayqayt, Tsleil Waututh and Tsawwassen First Nations. South Surrey is a neighbourhood in Surrey, British Columbia. Crescent Beach, Grandview Heights, Darts Hill, Rosemary Heights, Campbell Heights, and Semiahmoo Town Centre— the business and cultural hub of South Surrey—are all located in this historically significant neighbourhood. Gorgeous beaches, mountains and vast farmlands, like the Redwood Park Fairy Forest, and Historic Stewart Farm park and gardens, add beauty to the area. The Semiahmoo Town Centre has long been known and been home to the Semiahma people, who have significant linguistic and cultural links south and west of the Semiahmoo peninsula, including historic fishing spots and common land. The Rice Lake, Fraser River, and Highwater Tackle are well-known for fishing five species of Salmon, trout, and other freshwater fishes. The Elgin Heritage Park, Burns Bog Delta Nature Reserve, Terrell Marsh Trail, and Quarry Rock are prevailing hiking spots in the area.