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SPRING IS A TIME OF RENEWAL AND Celebration As days grow longer and temperatures rise, plants begin to shoot up from the earth, animals awaken, and a sense of hope and celebration abound. Explore the different aspects of life worth celebrating this season. GET OUTDOORS THIS Spring

Surrey has many free outdoor amenities for you and your family to use. Whether you want to enjoy a family picnic, hit a ball, or meditate in one of our formal gardens, you can do it all in Surrey.

VISIT A NEW PARK Known as the City of Parks, Surrey is always adding to its park inventory.

GARDENS Surrey’s public display gardens are vibrant and diverse, showcasing beautiful colour and inspirational designs. They are a great place to enjoy a quiet stroll, view the public art or take photographs. DISPLAY GARDENS OPEN YEAR ROUND:


Bear Creek Gardens 13750 88 Avenue | Whalley Fleetwood Gardens 15802 80 Avenue Fleetwood Hawthorne Gardens 10503 144 Street | Whalley

Holland Gardens 13428 OldYale Road Whalley WaterWise Demonstration Garden 144 Street & 57 Avenue Newton

Darts Hill Garden Park 1633 170 Street | South Surrey surrey.ca/dartshill The Glades Woodland Garden 561 172 Street | South Surrey surrey.ca/glades

Edgewood Park 2284 165 Street | South Surrey

Edgewood Park is Surrey's newest neighborhood park, providing space for all to connect through nature and play.The park features a multi-tiered playground with an unprescribed play circuit, zip line, multi-sports court, and ping pong tables. Residents can also enjoy a grassy field, walking loop, a wildlife corridor and pollinator garden. PICNIC TABLES, PICNIC SHELTERS & BBQ’S Throughout Surrey there are picnic tables and picnic shelters (covered picnic tables). Both types of tables are available on a first-come, first-serve basis. Some picnic table locations also have BBQ stands and charcoal disposal. It is recommended that you provide your own water and power source as needed when you use a park shelter. If you see a picnic table or shelter that needs our attention, please contact us at 604-501-5050 or parks@surrey.ca. TENNIS & PICKLEBALL COURTS Surrey has 68 outdoor tennis courts across the city. Some are lit for evening play and some also have practice walls. Nine of these courts also have lines for pickleball.There are dedicated pickleball courts at Greenaway Park and South Surrey Athletic Park. All courts are available on a first come, first served basis. Find a list of all tennis and pickleball courts on page 38 of this guide.

The Glades Woodland Garden

Tong Louie FamilyYMCA

14988 57 Avenue, Surrey, BC (Hwy. 10 - one block west of 152nd Street) 604-575-YMCA (9622) gv.ymca.ca tonglouie@gv.ymca.ca Monday to Friday: 5 a.m. to 10 p.m. Saturday to Sunday: 7 a.m to 9 p.m.

Learn more about your community, by participating in the Tours for Newcomers Program. A partnership program between Options and the City of Surrey. Call us today to book a tour!

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