Mud Bay Park - Surrey
Notes from Mom
Let me give you a word of advice, if you want to take your kids to Mud
Bay Park, don't tell them it's called Mud Bay Park. That has got
to be one of the most unappealing names I have ever heard. Mud Bay
is part of Boundary Bay. In fact, you can actually ride your bike
along the Boundary Bay Regional Trail all the way from Mud Bay Park to
Boundary Bay Regional Park.
The only problem is length-20 km is a fair trek for most kids (and adults).
Mud Bay only opened in 2002. It is recognized as another great place
in South Surrey to watch birds. Like Blackie
Spit, across the bay, Mud Bay has the right combination of tidal marsh
and eelgrass beds to attract flocks of migratory birds such as Loons, Ducks,
Cormorants, Northern Harriers, and Marsh Hawks.
Mud Bay is in South Surrey. You can get there by driving south on
152nd Street, turning west on Colebrook Road, south on 127A Street, and
then left on the park access road. If you want to find out more information
call (604) 501-5100 or visit www.city.surrey.bc.ca