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Stroll through Redwood Park in Surrey, BC

Surrey, British Columbia

3.0/5
based on 1 reviews

Details

Distance

1.2 miles

Route Type

Loop

Description

Added by Tara Stamnes

Go for a 20 minute stroll in Surrey's hidden gem, Redwood Park. Glimpse ancient cedars, beautiful trails, and an old treehouse on your journey.

Redwood Park is large beautiful forested park in South Surrey. The park is a legacy of one of Surrey's early pioneer's, David Brown, who in 1893 gave the property to his twin sons, David and Peter. The Brown twins spent much of their life traveling the world collecting the seeds and saplings of exotic tree species. The Brown's planted dozens of different tree species throughout the property, creating a diverse arboretum. 

Today, the Park encompasses an area of over 45 hectares (113 acres) of diverse mature forest. You'll find upwards of 50 different species of trees, including European Beech, English Walnut, Chinese Chestnut and of course Redwood (Giant Sequoia), which is the largest tree species on earth.  

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Features

Chillin
Photography
Hiking
Dog Friendly
Easy Parking
Family Friendly
Forest
Picnic Area
Scenic

Reviews

A beautiful park for a walk or to take the kids to play! Several kilometers of trails, playground (wheelchair accessible) and various picnic shelters. One of the most beautiful sights in the park is the Sierra Redwoods. The park is about 113 acres in size and features a very diverse and mature forest. A beautiful walk, stroll for a couple or family.

Leave No Trace

Always practice Leave No Trace ethics on your adventures and follow local regulations. Please explore responsibly!

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