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.

Note: Our programming is evolving to ensure health protocols are in place for our residents and employees. Please check back for regular updates to find out how we can work together to continue to care for our parks.

 

Outdoor Learning Resources for Teachers

Take your learning outdoors. See our newly developed free resources that will help prepare you and your class to visit your local park, and a library of activities to connect your students with place.

 

Lend-a-Hand Litter Pickup Program

This program is not currently available. Please check back for updates to the status of this program.

Help keep Surrey’s parks clean and beautiful when you visit the park by packing it in and packing it out. Take your waste out of the park and dispose of it through the appropriate waste stream at home.

Teachers, foster park stewardship by encouraging your class to make their own community action goals.

Contact partnersinparks@surrey.ca for more information.

 

Urban Forestry Stewardship Projects

Hands-on stewardship projects for schools are not currently available. Please check back for updates on the status of our Releaf tree planting, invasive plant removal and shade tree care programs. In the meantime, we encourage teachers to take learning outdoors and connect students with the urban forest.

Contact stewardship@surrey.ca for more information.

 

Surrey Nature Centre School Programs

Visit the Surrey Nature Centre to borrow self-guided Nature Activity Kits, or to find out about curriculum-linked free virtual school programs for grades K-7.