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Walking & Hiking

Get on your hiking shoes and grab your energy bars. Surrey, BC, boasts an amazingly diverse array of natural trails and parks within city limits, letting you get back to nature just a few minutes from wherever you’re staying.

Surrey has Hundreds of Great Hikes for Fans of the Great Outdoors

In Crescent Park, find yourself ensconced in 52 hectares of forest, ponds, streams and meadows – home to all kinds of wildlife. In Elgin Estates Park, spot salmon in a pleasant creek that flows into the Nicomekl River. Spend hours on the trail of the Green Timbers Urban Forest before stopping in at the Surrey Nature Centre to learn about the environment around you. In Tynehead Regional Park, keep an eye out for owls, hawks and coyotes as you have lunch on a rustic picnic table.

The biggest parks around are to be found in Surrey, BC – and visitors from out of province or around the world will love the chance to get close to the lively scenery of the west coast forests.

Bill Reid Millennium Amphitheatre

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This big park in the heart of Cloverdale is home to the annual Canada Day Celebration in Surrey. The pond houses many ducks and the walking trails and open grassy areas make it a perfect spot to spend some time and have a picnic!\ Photo credits to: City of Surrey

Crescent Park

This park has something for everybody, including forests, ponds, trails full of different plant species and wildlife, playgrounds, sports fields, picnic areas, and more. Crescent Park is a beautiful oasis complete with everything needed for a day full of activities. Sports fields and play grounds provide endless fun, while the quiet trails allow for a

Elgin Heritage Park

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The Elgin Heritage Park is on the banks of the Nicomekl River. The forested areas between the two entrances to the park have many large trees often used by eagles and hawks to survey the surrounding area for prey. In addition to the Historic Stewart Farm, the park features picnic facilities, trails and a nature

Fleetwood Park

Visit nature in the comfort of your own backyard! At Fleetwood park you could take a stroll down the river to see fish then enjoy frolicking in the water park. Its a great way to educate and have fun with all ages of the family. Fleetwood Park offers visitors a combination of quiet walks through a

Semiahmoo Trail

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The Semiahmoo Trail is a scenic walk that follows the path of the old Semiahmoo Wagon Trail through the Elgin area where you will be able to catch glimpses of history as you walk along the heritage site. The Semiahmoo Trail, one of Surrey's best walks, runs from Elgin School, near the Nicomekl River, to

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

Tynehead Regional Park

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Tynehead Park provides a beautiful setting where you can enjoy a leisurely walk through various trails and explore nature while discovering the wildlife that lives in the park. With 260 hectares of rolling meadows,forests, and waterways, Tynehead Regional Park is nature’s oasis within the city. Managed by the GVRD, the park is on the banks
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