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Tidal Park Main

Location  Port Moody Inlet (map)
Amenities  hiking wildlife viewing

In 2002 the City of Port Moody acquired stewardship of the tidal flats from the Vancouver Port Authority. The tidal flats effectively join the shoreline parks together into one large protected area. The environmentally sensitive tidal flats are home to several species of marine creatures, birds, animals and fish. Several important salmon-bearing streams flow into the tidal flats and inlet.

Stay off the mudflats!

The mudflats off Rocky Point at the east end of Burrard Inlet are dangerous and unpredictable. They may seem firm but can give way suddenly and can be like quicksand in some areas.

People and animals can sink, get stuck, and be unable to get out before the tide comes in. If you see someone who is stuck, advise them not to panic. Call 9-1-1 and ask for Fire Rescue.

tidal park

Park Size  33.6 Hectares
Last updated: 11/04/2019 10:40:46 AM