Celebrate the newest park in Surrey the Surrey Bend Regional Park, the newest addition to our regional park system. This family-friendly event will offer interactive exhibits, hands-on activities, stilt-walkers, face painting and nature programs. Discover multi-use trails while investigating the wetlands, bogs and floodplains that make this a regionally significant natural area.
WHAT MAKES SURREY BEND REGIONAL PARK SPECIAL?
Metro Vancouver and City of Surrey, with support from the B.C. government, began acquisition of this 348 hectare park in 1995. Metro Vancouver will manage it as a regional park and the City of Surrey will continue to have an advisory role and participate in future planning.
Surrey Bend is part of a complex of parks and protected areas along the Fraser River. It features a great diversity of wetland types including a large bog, and ecologically significant floodplain forests, marshes and thickets which depend on tidal flows and seasonal flooding. Located near the centre of the park, Surrey Bend Bog is the third largest and relatively undisturbed bog (79 ha) in the Fraser Valley.
Most of the regional park is undisturbed, allowing the natural ebb and flow of water to help maintain these habitats.
Park visitors will enjoy new park facilities including:
To get to the park from west cities Vancouver, Burnaby, Richmond or the east from Langley, Abbotsford take highway 1 then take exit 50 continue on east 104 avenue til you get to the park. From delta takes 104 avenue.
And if you’re looking for a property near the park. Feel free to contact Mintu Khunkhun 604 780-1413 or visit MintuKhunkhun.com