There are over 100 kilometres of nature trails within Surrey parks. You will find some that are hundreds of years old, some that offer world-class birding and others that offer a breath of fresh air in busy city centres. Adventure awaits along Surrey's nature trails!
Surrey parks are open throughout the year from dawn until dusk.
Nature Trails in Surrey
|Bear Creek Park||18513 - 88 Avenue||North Surrey|
|Blackie Spit Park||3136 McBride Avenue||South Surrey|
|Clayton Park||18513 - 70 Avenue||Cloverdale|
|Crescent Park||2160 - 128 Street||South Surrey|
|Elgin Estates Park||3148 Northcrest Drive||South Surrey|
|Elgin Heritage Park||13723 Crescent Road||South Surrey|
|Fleetwood Park||15802 - 80 Avenue||Fleetwood|
|Green Timbers Urban Forest||14600 Block of 100 Avenue||North Surrey|
|Hawthorne Park||10513 - 144 Street||North Surrey|
|Hazelnut Meadows Park||14069 - 68 Avenue||Newton|
|Hemlock Park||9277 - 160 Street||Fleetwood|
|Hi-Knoll Park||19569 Colebrook Road||Cloverdale|
|Mud Bay Park||13030 - 148 Street||South Surrey|
|Redwood Park||17900 - 20 Avenue||South Surrey|
|Semiahmoo Trail||from 16 Avenue north to Nicomekl River||South Surrey|
|Serpentine Wildlife Management Area||4500 Block of King George Boulevard||South Surrey|
|Sunnyside Acres Urban Forest||2598 - 144 Street||South Surrey|
|Surrey Lake Park||7500 - 152 Street||Fleetwood|
|Tynehead Regional Park||17200 Block of 96 Avenue||Guildford|
Events and Programs
Throughout fall there will be free, guided nature walks taking place along Surrey's nature trails. We hope to see you there!