Skate Rails at Chuck Bailey Recreation Centre

Find skate parks in your community, and learn what amenities you'll find at each park.

Surrey offers a number of skate parks, and each of them have been designed to offer a variety of tracks and trails to suit all abilities. From the street and plaza terrain at the Cloverdale Youth Park to the flow bowl at Chuck Bailey, you'll find a level and style that works for you!


Surrey parks are open throughout the year from dawn until dusk.

Helmet Safety

Wear a helmet when riding a bicycle, skateboard or scooter.

Whether you are competing in a competition, biking, skating with friends, or practicing on your own, take the appropriate safety precautions and wear a helmet.

A properly fastened and fitting helmet does not move around on the head.

For more information about the rules of the road, visibility and protecting your head, check out these biking safety guidelines from Fraser Health


To report a problem with one of our skate parks, contact us by phone at 604-501-5050, email or report a problem online.


Park Name Location Community
Bear Creek Youth Park Bear Creek Park, 84 Avenue and King George Blvd Newton
Chuck Bailey Youth Park Tom Binnie Park, 13458 107A Avenue Whalley
Cloverdale Youth Park 17800 64 Avenue Cloverdale
Fleetwood Youth Park Surrey Sport & Leisure Complex, 16555 Fraser Hwy Fleetwood
Fraser Heights Youth Park Fraser Heights Park, 10588 160 Street Guildford
Guildford Youth Park Guildford Recreation Centre, 15105 - 105th Avenue Guildford
Kwantlen Youth Park Royal Kwantlen Park, 13035 104 Avenue  Whalley
South Surrey Youth Park South Surrey Athletic Park, 14601 20 Avenue South Surrey