This 175 hectare park is located in the northeast corner of Coquitlam. The
park features a marsh, lots of wildlife, rocky knolls with great views, hiking
trails and picnic facilities. The park also is home to a historic Lodge, which
was occupied by two former Lieutenant Governors of BC (open 1 to 4 pm the first
Sunday of each month)
Blue Mountain Park
(975 King Albert Street)
This park combines an urban forest with quiet picnic areas hidden beneath the trees with an impressive spray park and wading pool for the children. Take relaxing walks along the paths and discover the waterfall, a popular spot for pictures.
(2800 Panorama Drive)
Located on Westwood Plateau this park was completed in 1996 and offers a stunning view of the City Centre area and beyond. This park provides users with a playground, basketball, roller hockey, and lit tennis courts. In addition, there is a class A baseball and soccer field for community groups and residents alike to enjoy.
Como Lake Park
Como Lake is a popular park for walkers and joggers with its beautiful lakeside setting. A one kilometer path circles the lake with a view of the wide variety of birds from the lakeside benches and the floating docks.
Coquitlam River Park
3700 Shaughnessy Street
This park features an extensive array of walking trails through old growth forest and along one of Coquitlam's most noteworthy features, the Coquitlam River. This peaceful river setting will surprise many visitors with its beauty and tranquility.
Eagle Ridge Park
2695 Guildford Way -- 2600 Runnel Drive
Built mostly under the hydro right-of-way corridor through Eagle Ridge, this park includes facilities for swimmers and tennis players at the corner of Guildford Way and Lansdowne Drive. The park has a playground off Harrier Drive, and includes several soccer fields, a baseball field, and a lacrosse box.
3200 Paddock Drive
Coquitlam's newest park, on Westwood Plateau, includes a Class A soccer and baseball field along with a practice court for basketball. Children can enjoy one of two different playground structures in the park.
1000 Brunette Avenue
This beautiful park is located in historic Maillardville and includes three softball fields and one Little League baseball field. In the winter, the two Class A fields are home to many soccer, football, and cricket teams. There are two tennis courts, a practice court, a childrens' playground, and a summer wading pool. The park also has a perimeter trail for taking a leisurely stroll around the fields and along Nelson Creek.
2300 Como Lake Avenue
Mundy Park is Coquitlam's largest park, and is home to some of the best urban nature trails in the Lower Mainland. Visitors can enjoy a long, leisurely stroll under the forest canopy using the extensive Mundy Park trail system. There is a loop trail around Mundy Lake and passes by Lost Lake on the east side of the park. The park also has two combination Class A soccer and softball fields, a combination B soccer and softball field, a Little League baseball field, a Class A soccer and senior baseball field, a lacrosse box, and a frisbee golf course (near the ponds on the west side). In addition, there is an outdoor swimming pool, a large picnic area and a playground.
1455 Johnson Street
Located on Westwood Plateau, Panorama Park provides a view of the City Centre area. It also has two softball diamonds, a Class A soccer field, and lit tennis courts. Families can enjoy the playground, picnic area, and spray park (in the summer).
Belcarra Regional Park Old Orchard Park
On the edge of Downtown, and alongside the Coquitlam River, Lions Park combines the richness of water and greenway.
wide greenway network for walking, running and cycling. It winds its way through the community along rivers, salmon spawning streams, and original growth tree stands.
Reeve St. Park
This park features an athletics complex with lighted sports fields and tennis courts.
Here are some popular parks in Port Moody:
Belcarra Regional Park's 690 hectares overlook spectacular Indian Arm and the inner waters of Burrard Inlet. The park has nine kilometres of marine shoreline, with beaches, small coves and fertile tidal flats, and even scuba diving around offshore reefs and shipwrecks. There are also inland trails through coastal rainforest and Sasamat Lake, the region's warmest body of water. There are three archaeological sites along the shoreline investigating two Salish villages. [More Belcarra photos]
Rocky Point Park
2800 Block Murray Street
This park is on the banks of Burrard Inlet, view views of the Mountains to the north and of the City Centre. The park features a seawall with gazebo and pier, boat launching ramp, plus a wading pool, outdoor pool, picnic areas, and playground.
600 Block Bentley Road
This park, on the northern shore of Burrard Inlet, has views to the west towards Burnaby Mountain and .has a swimming beach and a playground.
200 Block Westhill Place
This park, in the western part of Port Moody offers a variety of fitness and recreational activities to area residents: playing fields, a lacrosse box, swimming pool, fitness circuit. For families, there is a playground and a picnic area.
Other area parks:
Belcarra Regional Park
Old Orchard Park