Fergus Watershed Biodiversity Preserve

Enjoy this beautiful natural area in South Surrey.

Operating Hours

Dawn until dusk


1277 168 Street, Surrey BC

Contact Info


Park Information

Due to environmental sensitivities, there are no dogs (on or off-leash) or weddings permitted in the park. Photographers must follow the guidelines on photography in Surrey parks.

Fergus Watershed Biodiversity Preserve is located at 168 Street and 14 Avenue in South Surrey. 

Fergus Watershed Biodiversity Preserve is an ecological sanctuary for many plants and animals. Enjoy the park’s mosaic of habitats along the 1-km loop trail including a
meadow, wetland and forest, and Fergus Creek which runs through the park.

The City acquired the park in 2009 to protect the Fergus Creek headwaters and to provide opportunities for residents to enjoy nature.

Management Plan

The management plan for this open space was approved by Council on March 23, 2015. Read the Fergus Creek Management Plan to learn more about this site.

The Parks division worked to develop this parkland in keeping with the management plan to protect, enhance and preserve the different natural areas on site. The pump station, parking lot, three bridges, and trail work is now complete and are open to the public.

Park Amenities