Bear Creek Park 13750 – 88 Avenue North Surrey
This water spray park has water guns, parent seating, spray poles, and a special area with gentle-flowing water for the little ones. Push buttons are available, and the park is large with standard amenities, including a mini-train to ride (check times it runs).
Cloverdale Athletic Park 6330 168 Street Cloverdale
This park has a great water spray park as well as tennis and basketball courts, a baseball diamond, a nice turf field, and is good for all ages.
Erma Stephenson Park 15920 – 110 Avenue Guildford & Fraser Heights
This water park has a nautical theme with mast spray jets, a fishing boat, custom fish and fish loops, and fun water cannons for blasting each other. Push buttons are available between 10AM-9PM. Picnic tables and open grassy areas, as well as picnic shelters and washrooms are available, as well as a soccer field and baseball diamond.
Fleetwood Park 15802 – 80 Avenue Fleetwood
This is a large park with plenty of facilities. The water park is great fun, although some people have reported that the toddler section does not work. Still, washrooms are available, there is a nice kids play area, flourishing gardens, tennis and basketball court, walking/biking trail, and picnic shelters.
Goldstone Park 5850 – 146 Street Newton
Fantastic little water park for the kids, plus a walking path that surrounds the green area. Public washrooms and parking lot available, plus a soccer field.
Hawthorne Park 10513 – 144 Street North Surrey
This little community park has a water park, playground, picnic area, plus 1-2 hour walking trails and a duck pond.
Hazelgrove Park 7080 -190 Street Cloverdale
Younger trees surround this park, and includes a water park, playground, and well maintained washrooms (wheelchair accessible). There is room for recreational sports such as basketball and tennis as well.
Newton Athletic Park 7395 – 128 Street Newton
This waterpark is favoured by kids, and the playground/play structure is really nice. Included are washrooms nearby, a great field for tournaments (like soccer), and a well-padded running track field.
Newton Wave Pool 13730 72 Avenue Newton
For a small fee this water park features a giant wave pool plus two large waterslides. There is even a toddler pool, and a hot tub and swimming pool. Dressing rooms and washrooms/showers are available, plus lockers (bring quarters) inside near the pool. No concessions available, but you can spend hours here and enjoy yourself thoroughly.
The Langley Events Centre 101-7888 200 Street Langley
Locals love this water park, which includes a jungle gym playground outside. Some of the other features consist of an arena bowl, gymnastics centre, 3 FIBA regulation size courts, a fitness centre, and the Willoughby Community Centre. Outside of this centre is the Willoughby Waterpark for the kids.
Unwin Park 13313 – 68th Avenue Newton
This park is great for all ages. There is a public pool outside, plus a spray park, spray guns, splash pad, and a playground. Tables to eat at are also available.
Best Water Park in Cloverdale
Cloverdale is a suburb of Surrey, British Columbia, and offers a number of water parks in the area—including neighboring sections (Fraser Heights, Newton, etc.). Below are some of the top water parks in Cloverdale and nearby localities.
Dates and Times
Most parks will be open during summertime between May 19 and September 29, from 10AM-8PM, but you may want to check with the park before going to make sure. Typically, if it is above 20o C (68o F) you can push the buttons at spray parks to make the water spray and enjoy some fun in the sun! Some of these parks are free while others require an entry fee.
Regarding the Cloverdale Athletic Park and the South Surrey Athletic Park, they will both be undergoing renovations in 2017 and should open again September 1st.