Find your next adventure, family outing, or outdoor activity. With hundreds of parks and high-quality amenities there’s an outdoor activity for everyone to enjoy.
We believe that access to nature and outdoor spaces helps develop an engaged and healthy community. That’s why we work to provide beautiful, clean and safe park spaces for you to enjoy.
Connect through nature and play.
Surrey residents—get ready for the next tree sales on August 24 and September 28! Buy up to three trees for $20 each to help grow Surrey's urban forest. Purchases are made online and then later picked up from the Surrey Operations Centre. Please note eligibility and limits have changed.
Get to Know Your Park
Participate in free, drop-in programs at Godwin Farm Biodiversity Preserve Park this summer. Learn how to remove invasive plants and use iNaturalist, and get to know who lives in the park, like owls and pollinators.
Help Water Surrey’s Street Trees
With the warmer weather, many of Surrey’s 80,000 street trees could use your help! If a young tree near your home has a watering bag, you can fill it twice per week. For older trees, you can use a tree watering bucket. Think a young street tree could use a watering bag or you would like a free tree watering bucket? Call 604-501-5050 or email email@example.com.
Help Look After Surrey Parks
As stewards of Surrey’s parkland, we are committed to sustainability and building a legacy for future generations. When visiting one of our many beautiful parks, please consider your environmental impact.
- Stay on trails and open lawns. Do not pick, trample or remove plants, flowers, berries or other natural items. Leave things how you found them.
- Pack it in, pack it out. Pack your waste out of the park and dispose of it appropriately at home. Do not leave unnatural items in parks (e.g. painted rocks, fairy houses).
- Give wildlife space. Watch animals from trails to minimize stress. Do not feed them or disturb their nests. Animals are safer and healthier when they don't become accustomed to people.
- Stay out of the water. Footsteps can stir up silt in streams (which can suffocate fish and destroy spawning habitat) and crush salmon eggs. Do not create new trails to access creeks.
- Keep your dog on a leash unless you are visiting a designated off-leash dog park.
- Preserve biodiversity in Surrey. Keep invasive plants out of our parks by disposing of yard waste in your organic cart.