5 Things to Do at Tynehead Regional Park

A bridge over the Serpentine River. Photo: Tynehead Regional Park

Tynehead Regional Park is an oasis of nature in Surrey. The centerpiece is the meandering Serpentine River, home to several species of salmon. Hike the trails, bring a picnic, or cycle in the nearby Serpentine Hills. Use our guide to plan a trip to Tynehead Regional Park.

How to Get to Tynehead Regional Park

From Vancouver, take Highway 1 East. Take exit 50 onto 104 Avenue, then turn right onto 160 Street. Turn left on 96 Avenue, then look for the signed Hatchery parking lot on your left about 1 kilometre later. There are alternative parking lots on 161

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