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Parks with Ponds, Lakes and Ocean Views

Looking over Surrey Lake at Surrey Lake Park.

Explore the beauty of the outdoors and check out parks in Surrey that have ponds, lakes, or ocean views. Our staff has picked five parks that will get you in touch with Mother Nature. Visit one or see all of them!

1. Godwin Farm Biodiversity Preserve

Say hello to the newest gift to Surrey! Donated by The Godwin Family, Godwin Park is a peaceful and beautiful park planted with hundreds of Sequoias, Redwoods, Firs and many other species. The park is 26 acres and includes a pond, nature trails, a tree walk and salmon creek to experience. Please note: dogs are not allowed at this park, on or off-leash. View more details.

2. Surrey Lake Park

Enjoy the scenery and watch the ducks swim at Surrey Lake Park, which features a man-made lake. Looking for an easy and short nature trail walk? The nature trail at Surrey Lake Park is only 1.5 kilometres and takes 45 minutes to complete! During your walk, you might see animals such as frogs, deer and eagles. Please note: dogs are allowed at the park but not permitted in the water.  View more details.

3. Mud Bay Park

Have a relaxing time and see shorebirds and beautiful sights of Boundary Bay on your next visit to Mud Bay Park. When the tide is high, you can sometimes see seals and loons in the waves! Please note: from fall to early spring dogs, bikes, and horses are not permitted on the shoreline trails. View more details.

4. Cougar Creek Park

Nestled in Newton, Cougar Creek Park has lots of ducks swimming in the ponds, fish in the creeks and beavers making dams, all surrounded by paths and bridges. Close by is a baseball diamond and soccer field if you'd like to use the fields for sports or an event. View more details.

5. Blackie Spit Park

Take in the stunning views at Blackie Spit Park located in the Crescent Beach neighbourhood of South Surrey. Blackie Spit has impressive views of Mud Bay and the north shore mountain. Blackie Spit also offers some of the best bird-watching areas in Canada, with almost 200 species of birds recorded in a calendar year. Please note: Dogs are not allowed on beaches between May 15 and September 15. The exception to this is the off-leash area at Blackie Spit at Crescent Beach. View more details.

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