COS Spring 2017 Recreation Guide
Welcome Explore more than 60 parks and the many outdoor recreation opportunities in Newton— from the trails around Surrey Lake and shoreline views at Mud Bay to the athletic facilities at Newton Athletic Park, you’ll discover something fun and active for the whole family.
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.
GARDENS Community Gardens
NATURE TRAILS Bring your binoculars and a sense of adventure as you discover the many inspiring nature trails and wildlife throughout Newton. Watch for Steller’s Jays and Brown Creepers along the 1.6 kilometre nature trail at Hazelnut Meadows Community Park; take in the views of mud flats, salt marshes and an old field habitat at Mud Bay; and check out the trout and salmon populations at Surrey Lake Park. DOG OFF-LEASH PARKS Newton offers three great spots to let your dog enjoy an off-leash play at the park: Panorama Park, Serpentine Dog-off-Leash Park and Unwin Park.
Hazelnut Meadows Community Garden measures around 2,000 square metres, or about a half acre in size. At the centre of the gardens, you’ll find a starter greenhouse used to sprout seedlings and grow delicate vegetables. MOUNTAIN BIKING Be sure to check out the kid-friendly pump track at Panorama Park, as well Action BMX. Built to international racing standards, Action BMX is co-managed City of Surrey and BC Hydro lands. Users, including Olympic athletes, come In addition to the new spray features at the south end of Unwin Park, you’ll also find an outdoor pool and playground. Goldstone Park offers a large water park and playground, plus two soccer fields, tennis courts, a walking path and a basketball court. OUTDOOR POOLS Enjoy a free dip at Newton’s Unwin Pool. Check online for dates and operating hours. Open during the summer months only. TENNIS OUTDOOR COURTS For a great workout, visit any one of the public outdoor tennis courts located throughout Newton. Some are lit for night time use until 10:30 pm. See map for locations. INDOOR COURTS Newton is home to the new Surrey Tennis Centre featuring six-year round indoor courts and six outdoor clay courts. For information and to register for tennis programs, call 778-591-2880 or visit www.surreytenniscentre.com from throughout the Lower Mainland and Fraser Valley. WATER PARKS
Our FACILITIES Newton Recreation Centre/Pool
13730 72 Avenue 604-501-5540 7120 136B Street 604-501-5044 13775 70 Avenue 604-501-5010 13795 70 Avenue 604-598-7400 7399 122 Street 604-501-5836
Newton Seniors’ Centre
Strawberry Hill Library
STRAWBERRY HILL LIBRARY
PARKWOOD VILLAGE PARK
Newton Recreation Centre Pool/Arena
NEWTON SENIORS’ CENTRE
KING GEORGE BLVD
SULLIVAN HEIGHTS PARK
PANORAMA VILLAGE PARK
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C OMMUN I T Y H A L L S & C E N T R E S
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12 SPRING 2017 WWW.SURREY.CA/RECREATION 604.501.5100
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