Explore Surrey's nature trails near you for a breath of fresh air.
There are more than 100 kilometres of nature trails within Surrey parks. You will find some that are hundreds of years old, some that offer world-class birding opportunities, and some that offer a breath of fresh air in busy city centres. Adventure awaits along Surrey's nature trails!
Browse the Nature Trails of Surrey guide and get ready, get set, explore!
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|
|Bose Forest Park||6203 164 Street||Cloverdale|
|Crescent Park||2160 - 128 Street||South Surrey|
|Elgin Heritage Park||13723 Crescent Road||South Surrey|
|Fleetwood Park||15802 - 80 Avenue||Fleetwood|
|Godwin Farm Biodiversity Preserve||9016 - 164 Street||Guildford|
|Green Timbers Urban Forest||14600 Block of 100 Avenue||North Surrey|
|Surrey Nature Centre at Green Timbers||14225 Green Timbers Way||North Surrey|
|Hazelnut Meadows Community Park||14069 - 68 Avenue||Newton|
|Hi-Knoll Park||19569 Colebrook Road||Cloverdale|
|Invergarry Park||11297 Surrey Road, Surrey BC||Guildford|
|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|
|Surrey Bend Park||17775 - 104 Avenue||Guildford|
|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|
Enjoy Bird Watching in Parks
On your scenic trails, take a moment to enjoy the many bird species that visit, nest, and live in the parks across the city. Here are some of the best birding spots to visit:
Surrey Lake Park
On a typical day, you might see a Bald Eagle soaring above or a Marsh Wren perched on the swaying bulrushes with its characteristic tail sticking straight up.
Mud Bay Park
Spot some reclusive shorebirds and waterfowl in Canada's most valued Important Bird Area: Boundary Bay.
Blackie Spit Park
Twice a year, the park is a rest stop for dozens of species of migratory birds. Listen for Red-winged Blackbirds or spot a hummingbird in the treetops.
Elgin Heritage Park
Catch a glimpse of a Barn Owl near the mini barn built especially for them. Print our Bird Watching Checklist to see how many local birds you can spot.
Look for songbirds or a Pileated Woodpecker, identified by their large size, bright red head, and loud cackling.