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Surrey Lake Park

Looking over Surrey Lake at Surrey Lake Park.

Parking Trails Natural Area Wildlife Viewing

Surrey Lake Park is a scenic natural area featuring a large, human-made lake. The nature trail walk is 1.5 kilometres long and takes about 45 minutes to complete. Please note that the lake is a sensitive habitat and for that reason dogs and water sports (including fishing, boating and swimming) are not permitted in the water.

Since its opening in 2002, Surrey Lake Park has been a vital part of our urban forest for its provision of seasonal flood control and wildlife habitat. From lake and wetland to meadow and forest, the park is a haven for many animals. Visit today for a chance to see frogs, salmon, ducks, eagles, deer and more! Fun fact: all the fish in the lake are self-stocked, meaning they found their own way in from nearby Bear Creek.

 

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