Bear Creek Park
Explore Bear Creek Park in Whalley.
Dawn until Dusk
The Bear Creek Park Playground will be closed due to a filming production April 18-20. Fleetwood Park (15802 80 Ave) and Unwin Park (13313 68 Ave) have large playgrounds open during this time.
Bear Creek Park, next to the Surrey Arts Centre, features an outdoor pool and waterpark, a large playground, flower gardens, and the Bear Creek Miniature Train. It also features football and soccer fields, a running track, a fenced-in dog off-leash area, and a skatepark.
You'll also find outdoor fitness equipment for cardio and strength training, nature trails and paved walking paths. Just a short walk down from the trail, catch a glimpse of spawning salmon or trout.
Bear Creek Park is a great place to host a picnic. There are 7 picnic shelters in Bear Creek Park:
- 2 located east of the playground
- 2 located west of 140 Street parking lot
- 2 located northwest of the running track
- 1 located southeast of the pavilion
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.
Hosting Events at Bear Creek
Events are held regularly at the Bear Creek Pavilion, which is available for rent. We've also seen weddings take place in the Bear Creek Gardens, which is open from dawn 'til dusk, year round. In the summer you can discover Bear Creek Park through a variety of free programs for all ages, hosted by City staff.
Please note Bear Creek Park is at capacity and we are not accepting applications for any large-scale events, including run/walk fundraisers. Learn about other parks where you can host a public event.
Destination Sports Facility
The future Bear Creek Athletics Centre will replace the existing track at Bear Creek Park, elevating the facility to international standards.
The City presented the results of a Bear Creek Athletics Centre feasibility study at a public open house in October 2019. View the 2019 presentation boards to learn more.
Another round of public engagement took place in August 2021. View the 2021 presentation boards.
View work in Bear Creek Park Gardens by Melanie Cassidy, Michael Filimowicz, Brady Marks, and Philippe Pasquier entitled Lingua Aqua, an immersive sonic experience combining sculptural, architectural, graphic, audio, and water elements to create an immersive sonic environment.
Also enjoy work by Rev. Dr. Byung Sub Van entitled Poetry Rock, a poem engraved in English and Korean on a rock in that reflects on the theme of water.
View work by Joan Miriam Adams entitled Winged Lion Woman, A large granite sculpture derived from mythologies and archeological figures.