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Fleetwood Park

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Fleetwood Park has it all: from picnic shelters and play areas (including a spray park) to scenic gardens and nature trails, there is something for everyone to enjoy and explore! The nature trail loop in the park is 1.8 kilometres long and takes about 30 minutes to walk.

Fleetwood Park Guidelines

Many families gather to relax and play in the grassy area along 80 Ave. Enjoy the playground and Fleetwood Gardens year-round from dawn to dusk.

In the park's southern section, you'll find a designated Urban Forest where many animals and plants flourish. While exploring the trails, please keep yourself and your dog on trail at all times to help protect the park's sensitive streams and other natural areas.

In the summer, check out the spray park from 10am to 8pm.

Picnic Shelters

Fleetwood Park is a great place to host a picnic. There are 4 picnic shelters in Fleetwood Park:

  • 1 located west of the garden
  • 3 located west of the playground

Picnic shelters are available on a first-come, first-serve basis. If you’re having a picnic or hosting an event in a Surrey park please review the Park Activity Guidelines.  Steps to hosting an event at Fleetwood Park will differ if you’re looking to host a public event.

History

Fleetwood Park was named after Lance Corporal Arthur Thomas Fleetwood, whose family settled here in the early 1900s and owned large plots of land. Thomas was killed while serving in France during World War I. At his sister's request, the surrounding community was named after him. When the park opened in the late 1930s, on the eve of World War II, the name 'Fleetwood' was a natural fit.

Garden photos courtesy of Scarlet Black.

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