Port Moody has something for everyone: hike or bike one of our trails, picnic in Rocky Point Park, kayak on Burrard Inlet, or get to know our heritage and culture by visiting the PoMo Museum or the PoMoArts. Enjoy great food and entertainment at a festival or special event, or browse for gifts in one of our local shops. There’s so much to discover in the City of the Arts!

 Local events

You can be sure there’s always something to do in Port Moody, whether it’s winter, spring, summer, or fall. Head to a free concert, gallery opening, or food festival. Release chum salmon into Noons Creek at the Fingerling Festival in May, celebrate Canada Day at the Golden Spike Days Festival in July, or cozy up to a roaring bonfire at the CP Holiday Train celebration in December. 

Check out our events calendar or browse our events at a glance so you don’t miss out on any of the fun!

Activities and recreation

With more than 35 per cent of its land dedicated to green space, Port Moody has a wealth of beautiful parks and trails for everyone to enjoy.

Run, walk, cycle, or wheel through Rocky Point Park or along one of our multi-use paths. Dig in the sand or skip stones on the water at Old Orchard Park. Take the kids to a playground or a splash park. Bring your dog to an off-leash area.

If hiking is your thing, you’ve come to the right place. Port Moody has 56 kilometres of trails and paths. Whether you choose the trails in Bert Flinn Park or the Alfred Howe Greenway, or head to the start of the Shoreline Trail or the Trans Canada Trail, you can’t go wrong.

Launch your boat for a day on the water, or rent a kayak or canoe. There are so many ways to enjoy our seemingly endless shoreline.

Need to cool off in the summer? Beat the heat in one of our outdoor pools. Feel like staying indoors? Our Recreation Complex is open year-round. 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.

 Arts, culture, and heritage

In Port Moody, art is accessible, and integrated with the environment. You’ll find art in a variety of forms, and in a variety of places, from natural settings like parks and pathways to urban spaces like civic buildings and SkyTrain stations.

Put on your walking shoes, grab our heritage and public art map, and start exploring! Get to know the city’s diverse neighbourhoods as you discover heritage properties and public art pieces.

Don’t miss the PoMo Museum, located in the city’s 1908 Canadian Pacific Railway station, and the PoMoArts, located in the Old City Hall (built in 1913) and the Centennial Appleyard House (completed in 1910).

Looking for more ways to get to know our amazing city? Catch a film screening or a performance at Inlet Theatre, or attend an event at the Port Moody Public Library. And don’t forget to view our events calendar or our list of events at a glance to find more fun ways to immerse yourself in the local culture.

 Shop in Port Moody

Port Moody has lots of artisan shops and unique retailers to meet all of your shopping needs. Search our business directory for a shop or service by category or by name, or browse through a list of local businesses at Shop Local Port Moody.

Head to Clarke St., St. Johns St., Suter Brook VillageHeritage Mountain Shoppers Village, or Newport Village to find one-of-a-kind shops that offer service with a smile.

Feeling famished? We have plenty of food and drink options, whether it’s a meal, a sweet treat, or a local craft beer you’re after.