White Rock Pier

Canada’s Longest Pier


The 470-metre-long White Rock Pier is a major attraction in White Rock, and is a destination filled with family memories, walks on the beach and fish and chips.

This unique wood construction was built in 1914 and underwent restoration in 1977. In December 2018, it was torn in half during a winter storm and was repaired in time for a summer reopening in 2019.

During the COVID-19 pandemic, visitors are encouraged to wear a mask, keep to the right side of the pier and do not gather. 

Dogs are not allowed on the pier at any time. Dogs on leashes are allowed on the Promenade between Nov. 1 and March 31. Visit whiterockcity.ca/dogs for more information.

Facts about the White Rock Pier:

  • Originally constructed in 1914/15
  • Extends north-south into Semiahmoo Bay
  • Unique wood construction
  • 470 metres long
  • Underwent restoration in 1977
  • Breakwater located at its southern end
  • Significantly damaged during the severe storm of Dec. 20, 2018, with wind gusts exceeding 90/km hour, heavy rain and a heavy tide
  • Damaged promenade was reconstructed and reopened in July 2019
  • Official reopening took place Sept. 21, 2019.

The Pier from your Chair


Want to know what’s happening at the White Rock Pier right now?

Take a peek at the Pier Camera.


Pier Camera White Rock, BC