Nicomekl Riverfront Park
A park for people, wildlife, and water.
We are planning a new 3km riverfront park on the south side of the Nicomekl River in South Surrey.
The park is in the design phase and most of it is closed to the public.
Surrey has over 800 parks and one park is uniquely adapting to climate change by making room for the river: the future Nicomekl Riverfront Park. Located on the south side of the Nicomekl River in South Surrey, this 3km linear park will extend from Elgin Road to 40 Avenue. 80 acres in size, the future nature park will be 14 times larger than Crescent Beach Park.
The park will combine environmental, cultural, art, heritage, recreation and social spaces. A nature-based design approach will protect flora, fauna, creeks and the park’s natural water system.
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Learn more about the project including park design, timeline, phasing, and planning principles.
Open park areas
- 103F Greenbelt (14699 Winter Crescent, by Anderson Creek only, not 3600 King George Blvd)
- 103D Utility Right of Way (3435 150 St and 14900 35 Ave)
- Barbara Creek Park (access through 103D Greenbelt or from 36 Ave at 149A St)
- 104G Greenbelt (access from culdesac at154 St at 154 A St)
- Nicomekl Dog Off-Leash Park (3435 150 St)
Nicomekl dog off-leash park
With around 1 acre of fenced open space, this dog off-leash area is accessible from the multi-use pathway which connects to Barbara Creek Park and the Rosemary Heights West and King George Corridor neighbourhoods.
There is no parking at the dog park. Walking to the dog park is encouraged. This area is shared for dogs of different sizes.
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Closed park areas
- 3652 Elgin Road
- 14391 Crescent Rd
- 3600 King George Blvd
This project is funded in part by the Government of Canada through the Disaster Mitigation and Adaptation Fund.