Scenic trails lead through redwood forest, groves & meadows, with picnic shelters & play areas. One of the first pioneering families in Surrey, Peter and David Brown left a unique forest at Redwood Park. A large plot of land that had been cleared and was suitable for farming was handed to them by their father in 1893. On the other hand, the brothers made a conscious decision to plant trees from various corners of the globe throughout the vast expanse. Until they died in 1949 and 1958, the eccentric duo stayed in their treehouse in their forest refuge. A replica of their treehouse can be found in Central Park as of this writing.
What Visitors Are Saying
“Never can get enough of incredible trails, the mighty historic cedars and fall colored deciduous. A smallish park that boasts proudly and positions itself appropriately on the top of a hill. Wonderful.”
“We came pretty late in a day so it was quick walk before dark.. but I can’t wait to go there again.. this is a small but wonderful and magical park.. to walk all the trails, you need an hour.. there is a children’s playground, picnic area, many beautiful and different trees.. really amazing.”
Address: 17900 20 Ave, Surrey, BC V3S 9V2
Phone: (604) 501-5050