Park Programs

Connect your students with your local parks.

Surrey Parks fosters connections to nature and is committed to building a legacy for future generations. You can help by making environmental stewardship a priority when visiting one of over 200 publicly-accessible parks with your class—find nature trails, picnic areas, playgrounds and more.

Outdoor Learning Resources for Teachers

Looking for meaningful stewardship opportunities you can do with your class? Take your learning outdoors with regular and repeated visits to a local park or nearby shade trees! Our free resources will help you prepare for your park visits and connect your students with our urban forest

Stewardship Stories

Is your class making regular visits to a local park or nearby shade trees? Tell us how your class is connecting with our urban forest for a chance to win!

Check out our virtual story maps to see what others are doing.

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ReLeaf Tree Planting Program

Thank you to all the schools, teachers and students who participated in our ReLeaf planting program in fall 2023. Together, 1324 students helped plant 3302 native trees and shrubs in fifteen parks across the city!

We are now planning for the return of our spring planting program, with a limited number of planting opportunities in April. Each year, we focus our efforts on planting projects in several parks throughout the city. To reduce travel and better connect students with their local parks, we will be inviting schools located near these parks to plant with us. 

Surrey Nature Centre School Programs

Visit the Surrey Nature Centre to borrow self-guided Nature Activity Kits, to find out about in-person school programs for grades K-9, and virtual school programs for grades K-9.

School Park Cleanup Program

Organize your K-7 class to clean up your local park(s) for the school year and we provide litter pickers, bags, resources and more!

At the end of the school year, participating classes will be entered to win a prize! Together, we can make a difference and build a greener, healthier, and safer community.

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