Consider an idealized classical particle confined to a two-dimensional surface that is frictionless. The particle's initial position on the surface is randomly selected, a nonzero velocity vector is randomly assigned to it, and the direction of the particle's movement changes only at the surface boundaries where perfectly elastic collisions occur (i.e. there is no information loss over time).

My question is - Does there exist such a bounded surface where the probability of the particle visiting any given position at some time 't', P(x,y,t), becomes equal to unity at infinite time? In other words, no matter where we initialize the particle, and no matter the velocity vector assigned to it, are there surfaces that will always be 'everywhere accessible'?

(Once again, I welcome any help asking this question in a more appropriate manner...)