Parks in North Surrey & City Centre
Above: Bear Creek parked located along 88 Avenue.
Explore Parks in North Surrey and City Centre - from the forest trails and fishing lake in Green Timbers Urban Forest, to the river views and sandy beach at Brownsville Bar, and the picnic areas at Robson Park, you'll discover something new at each of North Surrey's many parks.
Bring a team out to play a game of baseball or soccer, or bring the kids out to the playground at A.H.P Matthew Park in Whalley.
Enjoy the natural area trails and do some bird watching in the forests of Al Cleaver Park.
Drop by the tot-lot playground at Bear Creek Heights park in Whalley.
Explore Bear Creek Park's sports fields, running track and enjoy other outdoor activities.
Enjoy the open spaces and natural areas of Betty Huff Park in Whalley.
Take a walk in the natural area trails of Bog Park, but watch out, the park is named Bog Park for a reason.
Take the team down to play on the baseball fields, or wander through the forest paths of Bolivar Park.
Enjoy the many active amenities of Bridgeview Park in Surrey.
Check out the soccer and baseball fields of Brookside Park in Whalley.
Walk along the water at Brownsville Bar Park in North Surrey, and revel in the green spaces.
Enjoy a picnic or toss around a frisbee in Bryan Place Park in Whalley.
Explore the natural areas of Cedar Grove and visit the Cedar Grove Organic Community Garden.
Take a walk through the forest grove of Cedar Hill Park.
Take the kids to play at the swings at the Cottontail Tot Lot.
Run through the linear open space of Evergreen Park.
Check out the design of Forsyth Park, a new commnuity park under construction in the City Centre.
Explore the birthplace of reforestation in BC inside Surrey's Green Timbers Urban Forest.
Discover the many kinds of trees throughout North Surrey's Hawthorne Park, and cool off in the water park.
Explore Surrey's urban park, the community gathering place featuring walking paths and horticultural areas.
Invergarry Park is home to a vast forest and natural area, as well as one of the region's largest downhill mountain bike parks.
Check out the resurfaced tennis courts, or take your dog for a run in the off-leash area at Kennedy Park in Whalley.
Relax in the wide open meadows, or view the wildlife in the natural area along King Creek in Kiyo Park.
Slide into Moffat Memorial Park's baseball diamonds, or just stop for some time on the playgrounds or a walk through the walking paths.
Walk through the trails, check out the amazing grove of poplar trees and glimpse a view of the Fraser River from Poplar Park in Whalley.
Take a load off and enjoy the afternoon sun relaxing in Queen Elizabeth Meadows.
Walk the natural trails that loop through Queen Mary Park, and stop by the playground with the kids.
Enjoy a game of pick-up ball hockey, or toss the frisbee in the open fields of Robertson Drive Park.
Enjoy the looping walking trails, or grab some friends for a pick-up game of soccer in the open fields of Robson Park.
Walk the natural area trail along the ridge top of Robson Ravine Park.
Walk through the forest trails of Royal Heights Park, and enjoy the views of the north shore mountains.
Take a walk through the forest, or explore the various amenities and athletic facilities available at Royal Kwantlen Park.
Float down to Surrey Public Wharf in North Surrey and catch some fish, or just enjoy the waterfront views.
Take your dog for a walk along the water or through natural area trails at Tannery Road Park in North Surrey.
Take your skateboard up to the youth park at Tom Binnie, or drop in on one of the programmed activities at the Chuck Bailey Recreation Centr [...]
Explore the mature second growth forest along one of the natural areas trails of Tom Hopkins Ravine Park.
Get involved in the design of West Village Park, a new mini-park in Surrey City Centre.
Play baseball, soccer or go for a walk at Whalley Athletic Park.
Take a load off in the green space of Whalley Tot Lot.
Enjoy an afternoon picnic in the open green space, or take your kids to the playground in William Beagle Park.