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Whether you’re looking to run, walk, or bike, Surrey BC has plenty of trails to explore! Visitors to British Columbia are usually blown away by the spectacular scenery everywhere, and Surrey is no exception. Navigate across rolling meadows. Take in tranquil waterway settings, or go for a walk in the woods.

Nature is Just a Short Stroll Away in Surrey

As you stroll along the riverbank at Elgin Heritage Park, you may even spot a seal or two as they hunt for salmon. Or, wander through Redwood Park, amongst 32 different species of trees, before stumbling upon a two-storey tree-house built in the late 1800s. Treat your canine friends to off-leash fun at Dogwood Park. Head to the trails of Blackie Spit Park year round to enjoy unmatched views of nesting birds and wild waterfowl.

Enjoy a little time outside with your family or join a meetup group to make a day of it. You’re sure to enjoy the sights and sounds of nature in Surrey!

Find your copy of the Nature Trail Guide at the Surrey Visitor Centre.

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

Hawthorne Park

Hawthorne park beats the heat on any summer day with its combination of shaded forest trails, picnic shelters, colourful gardens and a water park. But don't forget to visit during the rest of the year; in the fall the forest is ablaze with colour and crisp with the scent of fallen leaves. something you have

Mud Bay Park

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Take a stroll around Mud Bay Park or bring your bikes and cycle around the paths and trails as you watch majestic birds soaring overhead. As home to many species of wildlife, Mud Bay Park is part of the Boundary Bay Important Bird Area and Western Hemisphere Shorebird reserve network and offers great bird watching

Port Kells Park

Travel to a place frozen in time! This park was built 60 years ago and has not changed since. With magnificent trees surrounding the whole area, this not your normal park and would be a new experience for everybody! After a day spent enjoying the sun, the whole family could visit the unique town! *Photo credited

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

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

Sunnyside Acres Urban Forest

Take a guided tour around Sunnyside Acres Urban Forest or explore the area yourself and discover the rare plants and interesting wildlife as you meander through the trails.Sunnyside's numerous trails wind their way across boardwalks, by streams, past trees alive with birds and through woods hiding the movements of black-tailed deer. Take the Wally Ross

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

Surrey Lake Park

Spend a day at the Surrey Lake Park and enjoy nature as you learn about the wildlife that inhabits the area as well as interesting facts about the multiple purposes of the area. This 90 acre passive recreational area provides a number of benefits including habitat enhancement, recreational values and flood control for the area.

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

The Glades

This 5-acre garden contains more than 1600 mature rhododendrons, azaleas and companion plants. Some of the rhododendrons are more than 6 metres (20 feet) tall, and are ablaze in colour in the spring. The garden also contains a superb collection of fine trees, many of which are now designated as heritage. In 1956, Lydia and

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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