The largest of the three communities that make up the Tri-City area, Coquitlam
offers good leisure facilities, from a new wave pool to a nine-hole golf
course. Coquitlam also has close to 70 parks and is only 30 minutes
from downtown Vancouver.
Located in northeast Coquitlam, this park features acres of park space,
the Addington Marsh and operating farmlands with many walking trails and
along the banks of the Fraser and Pitt Rivers, Port Coquitlam offers good
boating, fishing, swimming, ice-skating, golfing and hiking opportunities.
This 28 km (18 mile) scenic pathway along the banks of the Pitt and Coquitlam
Rivers is good for walking, hiking or cycling.
This scenic hiking trail leads through a wooded area from Hyde Creek Centre
to the pump house on Cedar Drive.
Port Moody is situated around the Port Moody arm of Burrard Inlet and
offers activities from hiking to boating and fishing. It was at Port Moody
that on July 4th 1886, , at what was the western terminus of the CPR.
Moody Station Museum:
It was at this station that Canada's first transcontinental passenger
See how fine wine
is made and taste the results.
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