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Hazard tree work will be taking place within the park from March 13 - 31, 2017. See below for details.

Location

2610 - 128 Street, Surrey BC

About Crescent Park

Crescent Park is a large 52 hectare (128 acre) destination park in South Surrey. The Park offers walking trails through mature second growth forests, with ponds, streams and lots of secret meadows to discover. It is home to numerous species of birds that prefer the dense undergrowth, as well as ducks and kingfishers that use the small ponds.

The park also has a bridle path on its perimeter. Its wildlife, open fields, covered picnic shelters and forested trails make it a relaxing destination and a place of discovery.

In addition to its spectacular natural areas, the eastern portions of Crescent Park offer a range of park amenities including two baseball diamonds, a large multi-purpose field and a playground. There are two parking lots that can be accessed from 132 Street.

The nature trail walk around Crescent Park is around 3.8 km long. Allow 1 to 1.5 hours for this walk.

Picnic Shelters

There are 2 picnic shelters in Crescent Park located at the north end of the meadow, north of the playground.

Picnic shelters are available on a first-come, first-serve basis. If you’re having a picnic or hosting an event in a Surrey park please review the Park Activity Guidelines.  Steps to hosting an event at Crescent Park will differ if you’re looking to host a public event.

Hazard Tree Work Notice

The City of Surrey will be removing hazard trees in Crescent Park from March 13 - 31, 2017. Dead, dying, diseased or structurally compromised trees that have a high likelihood of falling into areas occupied by people or facilities will be removed. All work will comply with environmental best management practices and applicable environmental regulations.

Following the removal of hazard trees, the City will be planting new trees in the park in October - November, 2017.

For more information, please contact the Parks service request line at 604-501-5050.