Enjoy the accessible playground at Unwin Park, play some sports, or take a walk through the paths.
Dawn to dusk
Unwin Park is a large community park with tons of fun things to do! With an area of over 14 hectares (36 acres) you'll find something for the whole family:
- baseball diamonds
- batting cage
- cricket fields
- dog off-leash area
- soccer fields
- lacrosse boxes
- a basketball court
- 3 picnic shelters
- Jumpstart Inclusive Playground
- water spray park
- outdoor pool
The larger fields tend to get busy in the summer, so be sure to book a field if you have a team sporting event.
Parking is available from 68 Avenue, just east of 132 Street.
Baseball Opportunities in Surrey
Jumpstart Inclusive Playground
In partnership with Canadian Tire Jumpstart Charities, the City of Surrey and Jumpstart have built a universally accessible playground in the park. This is part of the Charity's 'Play Finds A Way' movement, which focuses on removing accessibility barriers to sport and play.
The 12,000-square-foot playground includes accessible play elements such as the We-Go-Round, Sway Fun Glider, Omnispin Spinner, Cozy Dome, We-Saw, Netplex, Smart Play Motion, Sensory Play Center, Rhapsody Music Collection, slides with transfer benches, and a variety of swings, all connected by a double wide accessible ramp system and unitary surfacing with seamless transitions. The accessible play elements (sensory, climbing, motion, interactive and early childhood) are designed to encourage different motor, cognitive and social skills and engage kids' sensory systems.
Unwin Dog Off-Leash Area
A new temporary, approximately 0.5 acre, dog-off leash area will be built in Unwin Park at 68 Ave and 132 St. The dog park will be installed with consideration of the preservation of existing trees on site where safe.
Garden of Generations
Learn about this garden that connects generations as part of the Connecting Generations initiative. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to sign up for a volunteer shift to participate in garden care.