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Tom Hopkins Ravine Park

Tom Hopkins Ravine Park.


11725 - 98A Avenue, Surrey BC

About Tom Hopkins Ravine Park

Tom Hopkins Ravine Park includes over 1 km of Delta Creek, with a protected area of over 6.5 hectares (16 acres) of sensitive ecosystem.

Most of the park is forest and inaccessible due to the sensitivity of the ravine ecosystem, but you'll find a number of natural area trails in the west section of the park. Access trails from 98A or 99 Avenue. You'll also find a pedestrian bridge crossing Delta Creek from 98A Avenue. Don't stray from the trails, as the ravine can be steep and upwards of 25 meters deep in places.

Tom Hopkins Ravine Park is one of the oldest park sites in the City, with acquisition of parkland dating back to 1919. A considerable amount of additional land was acquired and dedicated to the City through the 1920's and 1930's.