LIVING IN DELTA
Delta is known for its many parks, green spaces and wildlife habitat. Residents and visitors take advantage of the large network of biking and walking trails in Watershed Park and Burns Bog at the Delta Nature Reserve. For social and cultural activities, North Delta offers restaurants, art galleries, golf and shopping.
North Delta borders Surrey on the east side by Scott Road (120th Street), and on the north side by 96th Avenue and the Fraser River. Burns Bog is to the west and Panorama Ridge marks the community’s southern edge at Ladner Trunk Road.
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Unique to Delta
Watershed Park is Delta’s largest park, with eleven kilometers of gravel trails for cycling, walking, jogging and horseback riding. Pack a lunch and enjoy a picnic in The Meadow, located in the heart of the park; it offers a prominent look-out area to enjoy the breathtaking views of Mud Bay.
Watershed Park Fish Release
This annual community event is held each April in the old pumphouse area of the park. Interpretive signage guides visitors through the life stages of a salmon and describes the critical importance of salmon habitat for long-term sustainability.