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South Surrey Athletic Park

South Surrey Athletic Park


South Surrey Athletic Park is a large community-level athletic park with fun options for kids, youth and families.

Park Features

This park offers facilities for soccer, football, rugby, baseball, tennis and volleyball. The park also features a variety of pathways and walking loops for walkers and joggers and a BMX bike park.

After a game, young people can meet up at the South Surrey Youth Lounge for events like DJ nights and the popular preteen dances.

Younger kids will enjoy the playground and waterpark - the perfect place to cool off in the summer. The entire athletic complex is located adjacent to the Sunnyside Acres Urban Forest, so there are lots of opportunities to cool off on a hot summer's day with a walk in the forest.

You'll also find venues for indoor sports, in the gyms at South Surrey Recreation Centre and at the rinks at South Surrey Arena.

Picnic Shelters

There are 2 picnic shelters in this park:

  • 1 located at the bike park
  • 1 located at the Rotary 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 South Surrey Athletic Park will differ if you’re looking to host a public event.

South Surrey Bike Park

As the first official bike park in Surrey, this unique facility located at South Surrey Athletic Park, offers an excellent trail network for beginners all the way to advanced riders. With dirt jumps and a pump track area, the popular outdoor recreation facility has held BC Cup cross country races and cyclo-cross events featuring Olympians Geoff Kabush, Catharine Pendrel and Emily Batty.

Park Improvement Project

In 2014, Surrey Parks initiated a park improvement project aimed at revitalizing the central amenity area and improving traffic flow and parking. The approved concept plan was supported by a community engagement process, including stakeholder workshops and a public open house.

Phase 1 of the project includes the demolition of the existing water park, realignment of Rotary Way, the construction of new parking lots and lighting upgrades. Phase 2 will include building a new picnic area, water park, playground expansion and new trees.

In addition to the above-mentioned park improvements, the Parks Division is also coordinating the development of a new Rugby Fieldhouse and Coastal Football Club Covered Practice Facility.

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