South Surrey Athletic Park
South Surrey Athletic Park is a large community-level athletic park with fun options for kids, youth and families.
City parks are open for casual use. Please follow all posted signage and keep your guard up to minimize the risk of COVID-19 transmission. Stay home when sick, stay 2 metres apart, and consider wearing a mask in crowded places.
Dawn until Dusk
South Surrey Athletic Park is a large community-level athletic park with fun options for kids, youth and families. This park offers facilities for soccer, football, rugby, baseball, tennis and volleyball. The park also features a variety of pathways and walking loops, a BMX bike park, playground and waterpark.
The entire athletic complex is located adjacent to the Sunnyside Acres Urban Forest.
There are 2 picnic shelters in this park, available on a first-come, first-serve basis, located at the bike park and at the Rotary playground.
If you’re having a picnic or hosting an event in a Surrey park please review the Park Activity Guidelines.
South Surrey Bike Park
As the first official bike park in Surrey, the South Surrey Bike Park offers an excellent trail network for beginners all the way to advanced riders.
With dirt jumps and a pump track area, the popular outdoor recreation facility has held BC Cup cross country races and cyclo-cross events featuring Olympians Geoff Kabush, Catharine Pendrel and Emily Batty.
BMO Coastal Soccer Centre
Partnering with the City, the Coastal Football Club developed a covered practice facility at South Surrey Athletic Park. Learn more about the BMO Coastal Soccer Centre, located directly east of Softball City.
Water Spray Park and Playground Expansion
A water spray park and expanded playground are located next to the Rotary fieldhouse. This work was completed as part of a park improvement project that involved revitalizing the central amenity area, adding a new picnic area and trees, improving traffic flow and parking, realigning Rotary Way, and upgading lighting.
The approved South Surrey Athletic Park Concept Plan was supported by a community engagement process, including stakeholder workshops and a public open house.
Park Improvement Project
The Parks Division helped coordinate the development of a new Rugby Fieldhouse and pickleball courts.