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5 Picturesque Port Moody Parks To Explore On Your Next Adventure

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You don’t have to travel far to immerse yourself in nature. Soak up the great outdoors by visiting one of Port Moody’s most scenic parks and pristine lakes.

Picturesque Port Moody Parks You Must Explore


Rocky Point Park


The popular park is situated along the Burrard Inlet, next to the historic Port Moody Station Museum. At 3.8-hectares, it features an outdoor swimming pool, boat launch, hiking trails, cycling paths, a splash pad and a skateboard park. There’s also a rental shack to take out kayaks and sailboats. If you’re hungry, you can grab a bite at Pajo’s Fish and Chips or Boathouse Restaurant. Top it off with a pint of Rocky Point Ice Cream.

Old Orchard Park


Discover the park situated across the inlet from Rocky Point Park and on the northern end of Shoreline Trail. The park features a sandy beach, picnic areas, hiking trails and an awesome adventure-style playground.

RELATED: Things To Do In Port Moody’s Belcarra Regional Park


Old Mill Site Park


A historic park that carries the remnants of the McNair Cedar Mill which was destroyed by a fire in the late 1950s. It was one of the largest cedar and shake mills in all of BC. You can reach the area by following the trail in Shoreline Park.

Buntzen Lake


Located near Port Moody, in Anmore—Buntzen is a magical getaway. The lake runs 4.8-kms long and is a nature lover’s paradise. Enjoy stunning views of Eagle Ridge Mountain and Buntzen Ridge. There’s also a plethora of hiking trails nearby in Indian Arm Provincial Park and Belcarra Regional Park.

Sasamat Lake


Explore the beautiful Sasamat Lake, located in Belcarra Regional Park. Float in the lake, wander along the many lush hiking trails or just relax at White Pine Beach. There’s endless outdoor activities to take part in and many picturesque areas to take in.

Looking for more parks to check out? Visit some of the best trails in Langley and Surrey, or explore some of BC’s hidden gems.


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