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Biking & Youth Parks

Whether you’re wanting to zip along on a challenging trail ride or peddle past a scenic viewpoint, Surrey BC is lined with great bike routes. Get some air on the dirt jumps at the South Surrey Bike Park or cycle along the scenic shorelines of Mud Bay Park.

For the road cyclist, check out this handy guide of all the bike friendly streets in Surrey: City of Surrey Bike Map

For fun tricks, pipes and ramps, be sure to head to one of Surrey’s many youth and skate parks. The newly built Cloverdale Youth Park is a popular venue for skateboarders, BMX-bikers, bladers and more.

Biking & Cycling:

South Surrey Bike Park

The South Surrey Bike Park is hugely diverse with trails, dirt jumps, obstacles and training areas for all skill levels. The bike park is part of the vast Sunnyside Acres Urban Forest Park with serene trails through unique forests, inhabited by diverse animal and plant life. *Photo credited by NSMB photos*

Surrey Bend Regional Park

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Surrey Bend Regional Park is the latest addition to the City of Surrey, offering a trail oriented recreational area alongside the lower Fraser River basin; with views of the water, local mountain ranges, natural landscapes and a variety of wildlife. The park is located next to the neighbourhood of Fraser Heights in the Guildford community

The Gardens at Holland Park

At the centre of the Holland Gardens is the blooming river which flows out from the central plaza towards King George Boulevard. The blooming river features a spectacular placement of floral planters on pedestals within the water. To celebrate the revitalized park, the “Miss Holland” Dahlia was hybridized by Gordon Stach of Surrey and has

Youth Parks:

Fleetwood Youth Park

Fleetwood Youth Park offers a unique opportunity for skateboarders to ride along their long curved ledges, bench, and 6 railings. It is located at the Surrey Sports & Leisure Complex.

Fraser Heights Skate Park

Fraser Youth parks offers skaters a variety of obstacles including rails and ramps, it is located next to Fraser Heights Secondary School.

Royal Kwantlen Park

This park has it all! From kick flips and monkey bars to pool noodles and cannon balls. Everyone will be busy with the amount of activities you can do here! And at the end of the day the whole family can enjoy a picnic in the open space and forest that surrounds the park. *Photo credited by the City
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