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Sunnyside Acres Urban Forest

Sunnyside Urban Forest

Hazard tree work will be taking place within the park from March 2 - 31, 2017. See below for details.


2598 - 144 Street, Surrey BC

About Sunnyside Acres Urban Forest

Sunnyside Acres Urban Forest is a 130 hectare park with a natural second growth forest, after it was logged early in this century. Compare this to Green Timbers which is reforested, or Redwood Park where exotic species replaced the native species. Birds, coyotes, and black-tailed deer still live in Sunnyside Acres Urban Forest.

You may also see the rare orchid in this park, Rattlesnake-plantain. But don't pick them!

Nature Trail Walk

The nature trail around Sunnyside Acres Urban Forest is around 4 kilometres long. Allow 1 hour for this easy walking circuit.  You may also use the self-guided interpretive walk map as a guide.

The Sunnyside Acres Heritage Society hosts educational walks through this park on the first Tuesday of every month. Tours leave at 10am from the Wally Ross Parking Lot (24 Ave between 144 St and 148 St). Pre-registration required for these walks; e-mail 

Sunnyside Acres was declared an urban forest in 1988.

Hazard Tree Work Notice

The City of Surrey will be removing hazard trees in Sunnyside Acres Urban Forest from March 2 - 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.