Come and walk the natural area trails around the lake at Latimer Park in South Surrey.
City parks are open for casual use. Please follow all posted signage and keep your guard up to minimize the risk of COVID-19 transmission. Stay home when sick, stay 2 metres apart, and consider wearing a mask in crowded places.
Dawn until dusk
Latimer Park is an old gravel quarry, located at the southeast corner of 192 Street and 28 Avenue. The quarry has since flooded and formed Latimer Lake, in the centre of the park. The park is predominantly undeveloped, although you will find a number of pathways, including a loop that goes around the lake. Access to the park can be found on 28 Avenue, about 130 meters east of 192 Street.
Park Master Plan Update
The master plan for Latimer Park was updated in 2019 to address the significant changes that have come to Campbell Heights since the original master plan was created in 2006. The master plan update’s purpose was to ensure that two upcoming infrastructure projects will integrate and benefit the park and its visitors:
- A drainage project that will introduce storm water from the north into the lake. This will include a new wetland area that will provide habitat enhancement and water quality improvements.
- Completion of 28 Ave which will allow the City to improve safety, accessibility and parking.
See the Latimer Park Master Plan 2019 Update.