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Things to do in Parks

City parks, beaches, playgroundsskateparks, (and sports courts, effective June 8) are all open for casual use only. Visitors are asked to follow posted signage and keep 2 metres of physical distance from each other to minimize the risk of COVID-19 transmission.

Go for a peaceful walk, explore our dog parks or take the kids to a nearby playground. There's plenty of fun things to do in our parks at any age or experience level. Our parks are open from dawn until dusk. To contact us about a problem in a park, please select "parks" on the Report a Problem page.

young man on a dirt bike track

Bike Parks

Find bike parks in your community, and learn what amenities you'll find at each park.

community gardens

Community Gardens

Learn more about Surrey's community gardens, and how to start a new garden in your community.

Display Gardens

Display Gardens

Discover the rare plants, floral garden beds and sculptural art throughout Surrey's display gardens.

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Dog Off-leash Areas

Find out about Surrey’s designated dog off-leash parks.

children fishing


Enjoy fishing in Surrey parks or take advantage of Learn to Fish and free rod loan programs.



Learn about the City of Surrey's procedures to allow environmentally sound geocaching on park land.


Live 5210 Playbox

Learn how to access your local playbox; unlock the box and unleash the fun!

Park Trail

Nature Trails

Explore Surrey's nature trails near you for a breath of fresh air.

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Picnics & BBQs

Discover the best places to host a picnic in a Surrey Park.

Young children playing at Oliver Park, with children being pushed in swings in the background.


Find out where the closest playground is in your neighbourhood.

Cloverdale Youth Park


Find skateparks in your community, and see what amenities you'll find at each park.

South Surrey Water Park

Spray Parks & Water Playgrounds

Spray parks and water playgrounds are open for the summer.