Parks in Surrey
Explore Surrey Parks
From the giant second growth forest at Green Timbers Urban Forest, to the shoreline views at Blackie Spit Park, and the running track, nature trails and gardens at Bear Creek Park, you'll discover something different to see and do at each of Surrey's 200 parks every season.
Top 5 parks for viewing salmon this fall
There are certain parks in the City where it is easy to view salmon if you visit between October and December. Here are some of the best sports in Surrey Parks to view spawning salmon:
- Tynehead Regional Park
Home to the Tynehead Hatchery, and the headwaters of the Serpentine River.
- Bear Creek Park
Follow the interpretive trail around Quibble Creek and view from the bridges.
- Elgin Heritage Park
View spawners in Chantrell Creek, at the southwest corner of the park.
- Elgin Estates Park
Check out spawning salmon from the bridge over Elgin Creek at 34 Avenue and 144 Street.
- Robson Ravine Park
Follow the trail along the east side of Robson Creek, from 100 Avenue north.
This season, find opportunities to get outdoors and:
- Take a nature walk
- Volunteer or attend an event.
- Play a game of soccer, football, or rugby at an athletic field
- Learn about nature with environmental programs at the Surrey Nature Centre
In October, you can enjoy free guided walks in several of Surrey's nature parks. Registration open now!
Explore the plans, designs and current development projects in Surrey Parks.
Join in on upcoming events and programs happening in parks around Surrey.
Explore nature with programs and events for the whole family year round!
Find trails, sports fields, playgrounds and other amenities in the parks around Cloverdale.
Find parks in your Fleetwood community, and learn what amenities you'll find at each park.
Explore the parks and outdoor amenities in the Guildford and Fraser Heights area.
Explore the parks and outdoor amenities in the Newton area.
Find a park close to you in South Surrey, and see the features at each park, including playgrounds, courts and fields.
Explore parks and open spaces in North Surrey and City Centre.