Nature Trails Brochure Flipbook

Bose Forest Park Opened in 2017, Bose Forest Park is one of Surrey’s newest parks. Come walk the trails, have a picnic, and check out the nature-themed playground. In the 1800s when settlers were starting their farms and clearing the land, the Bose family chose to leave part of their property forested. They used it for recreation and welcomed the community to do the same. They knew this area was something special – and it is. This diverse forest is full of life. Spot some of our treasured coastal trees – Douglas-fir, Western redcedar, and bigleaf maple – and take your best guess at how old they are. Some are over 80 years old! Don’t forget to stop at the wildlife trees; these decaying trees help support the forest and are some of the best places to spot woodpeckers and owls. Finally, walk the boardwalk over rare swamp habitat and discover why swamps are sensitive ecosystems in BC.

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