Queen Mary Park
8972 Queen Mary Boulevard, Surrey BC
About Queen Mary Park
Queen Mary Park is a large park located north of 88 Avenue and west of 132 Street. The majority of the park are natural areas established to protect the sensitive ecosystem of Healy Creek, an important tributary to Bear Creek and the Serpentine River.
You'll find natural trails looping through the northwest portion of the park, accessible from the intersection of Queen Mary Boulevard and 130B Street, as well as from the end of Lanark Place, east of Queen Mary Boulevard.
You'll find a playground in the middle of the park, which can be accessed from the trails.
Surrey's SNAP and SHaRP teams will be restoring habitat in Queen Mary Park on Friday, August 9 from 10am to 3pm. They'll be removing invasive plants and litter, and installing woody debris. SNAP and SHaRP Outreach teams will also be in the park to speak to the public about environmental stewardship, as well as hosting family friendly nature-themed activities! Snacks and drinks will be provided!