• Holland Park, Surrey
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  • Family in Bear Creek Park
  • Painting in the park

Urban Parks

Nestled amongst a thriving cityscape, Surrey BC’s sprawling urban parks and forests create natural escapes mere moments from city life. You’re just moments away from spectacular scenery, like in Holland Park – the first truly urban park in Surrey – which holds concerts and festivals throughout the year in its 29-acre greenspace.

Explore wetland habitats at Surrey Lake Park or go for a ride on a miniature train through the expansive woodlands of Bear Creek Park. Birders flock to Blackie Spit Park, which boasts unmatched views of wildlife alongside the natural beauty of the ocean and the wetlands. Staying close to Surrey’s urban core or taking a tour of the city limits and beyond, you can easily explore a different park every week!

Peace Arch Provincial Park

Whether you are crossing the border or not, the Peace Arch Provincial Park is a beautiful place to spend the day with gardens, playgrounds , picnic areas and historical monuments. This unique provincial park, situated at the Peace Arch Border Crossing from Canada to the United States, is the symbol of peace between the two

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 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.
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