2018 Summer Recreation Guide
Welcome Cloverdale is home to 36 parks, which include everything from the popular Bill Reid Millennium Amphitheatre to lawn bowling courts, an all wheels welcome youth park, BMX park, plus numerous walking trails and athletic destinations to keep you — and even your four-legged friends — active, healthy and happy.
RECREATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES In addition to our indoor recreational facilities, the City of Surrey offers a wide variety of outdoor recreational opportunities. Get out and explore our nature trails and gardens, public tennis courts, youth parks, water parks, bike trails and more and stay active for life.
BIKE PARKS Located at the northwest corner of Cloverdale Athletic Park, the Cloverdale Athletic BMX Park is a great destination for novice to intermediate riders. The facility includes a pump track, BMX half-track, snake run, jumps and freestyle area. YOUTH PARKS Cloverdale offers two action- packed youth parks: The new Hazelgrove Park is home to a basketball court and Surrey’s first purpose-built parkour course, while Cloverdale Youth Park features a sports plaza and bowl, a basketball/ball hockey court and outdoor social space. DOG OFF-LEASH AREAS Clayton Dog Off-Leash Park is the first dog park in Surrey to be fully fenced with separate large and small dog areas providing a total enclosed area of 1.25 hectares. WATER PARKS Splash, play and picnic at one of two water parks featuring a variety of spray features, nearby tables and shelters. Located at Cloverdale Athletic Park and the new Hazelgrove Park, sprayers are activated by push buttons when it is warmer than 20 degrees Celsius. TENNIS COURTS Plan a match at any one of Cloverdale’s outdoor tennis courts, some of which are lit for use until 10:30pm. See map for locations.
NATURE TRAILS Explore the wetland trails and many rare plants, birds and trees of Hi-Knoll Park—one of the few areas in the Lower Mainland where the beautiful pink fawn lily grows. In the spring, the forest floor is carpeted with wildflowers and the trees are bursting with new green. The new Bose Forest Park is a diverse natural area soon to be complete with forest pathways, viewpoints and natural play areas. OUTDOOR POOLS Make a splash at Greenway Outdoor Pool in Cloverdale. Open during the summer months only. Check online for dates and operating hours.
Our FACILITIES Cloverdale Recreation Centre Don Christian Rec Centre
6188 176 Street 604-598-7960 6220 184 Street 604-502-6400
6348 168 Street
Clayton Community Hall
18513 70 Avenue 604-502-6400 6090 176 Street 604-502-6410 5642 176A Street 604-598-7320 17635 58 Avenue 604-502-6400 17671 56 Avenue 604-502-6459 17710 56A Avenue 604-592-6956
Cloverdale Arena Cloverdale Library
Cloverdale Mini Rec Centre
Surrey Archives Surrey Museum
BOSE FOREST PARK
A.J. MCLELLAN PARK
Cloverdale Recreation Centre
Don Christian Recreation Centre
BROOKS CRESCENT PARK
SURREY CENTRE CEMETERY
CLOVERDALE HEIGHTS PARK
CLOVERDALE MINI RECREATION CENTRE
SURREY MUSEUM & ARCHIVES
R E C R E AT I ON C E N T R E S
C OMMUN I T Y H A L L S & C E N T R E S
MOUND FARM PARK
A R T I F I C I A L T U R F F I E L D S
V E H I C L E PA R K I NG
WA S H R O OMS
16 SUMMER 2018 WWW.SURREY.CA/RECREATION 604.501.5100
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