Trails, parks, sports fields, waterfront recreation areas, and indoor recreation facilities – Port Moody has it all. There are lots of great places to play and be active all year round. With more than 35% of its land dedicated to green space, Port Moody has a wealth of beautiful parks and trails for everyone to enjoy.
Run, walk, cycle, wheel, or stroll through Rocky Point Park or along one of our multi-use paths. Take and extended ride through our neighbouring cities using the Tri-Cities cycling map. If hiking is your thing, you’ve come to the right place. Port Moody has 56 kilometres of trails and paths. Pick your route and get going! Whether you choose the trails in Bert Flinn Park or the Alfred Howe Greenway, or head to the start of the Shoreline Trail or TransCanada Trail, you can’t go wrong. Relax at Old Orchard Park while the kids dig in the sand or skip stones on the water. Here's a great write up on five of Port Moody's more picturesque parks.
Take your kids to a playground or a splash park. Bring your dog to an off-leash area. Get out on the water in a kayak. Enjoy our seemingly endless shoreline. Explore Port Moody today!
Feel like staying indoors? Head to the Recreation Complex, where you’ll find a weight room, aerobics studio, walking track, hot tub and steam room, curling centre, and two ice arenas. Look for drop-in programs in our Happening Guide.