Surrey Bend Regional Park

Coordinates: 49°12′14″N 122°44′38″W / 49.204°N 122.744°W / 49.204; -122.744
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Surrey Bend Regional Park
TypeRegional Park
LocationSurrey, British Columbia
Nearest citySurrey, British Columbia, Canada
Coordinates49°12′14″N 122°44′38″W / 49.204°N 122.744°W / 49.204; -122.744
Operated byMetro Vancouver Regional District
A path in the park

Surrey Bend Regional Park is an 860-acre park in Surrey, British Columbia. It's located along the Fraser River and Parsons Channel, and most of its area is a floodplain. The wetlands are home to many different species of wildlife, including birds and fish. There are 4 kilometres of multi use trails, picnic areas, and interpretive exhibits.[1]

The park was officially opened in April 2016.[2]


  1. ^ VancityBuzz - New 860-acre protected regional park opens in Metro Vancouver this weekend
  2. ^ "Huge new Surrey Bend Regional Park opens to public (with video)". Today in BC. 15 April 2016. Retrieved 2 July 2023.

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