Eco-tourism is low-impact, environmentally responsible travel to areas that are often protected. The purpose of eco-tourism is to conserve the condition of Surrey's parks and wetlands so future generations can experience aspects of the environment relatively untouched by human intervention. Home to more than 200 species of birds, Surrey’s various natural parks and wetlands are ideal for visitors interested in birdwatching. Whether you learn about the treasures of the forest on a self-guided walk or take advantage of the picnic areas and swimming beach, eco-tourism is fun for the whole family.

  •  Blackie Spit Park - 3136 McBride Avenue
  • Serpentine Fen - 4600 block of King George Highway
  •  Elgin Heritage Park - 13723 Crescent Road
  •  Surrey Nature Centre - 9800 140 Street
  • Mud Bay Park - 13030 48 Avenue