Summer camps

The City of Port Moody will offer a limited number of summer camps from July 6 through September 4, 2020, with measures in place to help keep children safe. Online registration starts June 9, 2020 at 8am at Phone registration starts June 10, 2020 at 8am – call 604-469-4556. 

Families can choose from five camps that will run Monday to Friday from 9am to 3pm with a maximum of 16 participants each. All camps will include outdoor games, activities, and adventures, with a different theme each week. The cost is $140 per week per child. 

Camp name

Camp location

Age group

Camp Glenayre

Glenayre Community Centre (492 Glencoe Drive)


Camp Heritage Mountain

Heritage Mountain Community Centre (200 Panorama Place)


Camp Moody

Moody Middle School (130 Buller Street)


Camp Recreation Complex

Recreation Complex (300 Ioco Road)


Junior Epic Summer Camp

Recreation Complex (300 Ioco Road)


*Five-year-olds can participate if they will turn six by December 31, 2020.
**Eight-year-olds can participate if they will turn nine by December 31, 2020. 

City staff responsible for planning and running summer camps will adhere to all provincial health and safety guidelines such as those outlined in the Recreation and Parks Sector Guideline for Restarting Operations published by the BC Recreation and Parks Association. Special measures will be in place to help prevent the spread of COVID-19, including extra cleaning of indoor areas, physical distancing when possible, frequent hand washing, and a focus on outdoor activities. Please note that physical distancing will be strongly encouraged but not enforced, as some physical contact during games and when using playground equipment is unavoidable. If you have any questions about the health and safety measures that will be in place for our summer camps, please call 604-469-4556. 

Wondering about Port Moody pools and spray parks? Rocky Point Park Pool will remain closed for the summer, but Westhill Pool will open July 4, 2020 for limited use such as registered length swimming, registered family swim times, and swim club. The City’s spray parks are currently closed – we will announce an opening date in the coming weeks. Updated information will be posted to as it becomes available. 

City staff have developed a phased plan to re-open civic facilities and resume disrupted services and programs where possible. We want you to know that the safety of our residents and our employees continues to be our top priority. City staff have carefully considered when and how we can resume programs and services while meeting physical distancing requirements and following any directives or safety recommendations issued by the provincial government. We will share the plan on our website later this month and, as we implement each phase, we will provide updates on our website and through our social media channels. 

The City is continuously monitoring information about COVID-19 coming from public health authorities, and makes decisions about City services, programs, and facilities with the health and safety of its residents in mind. Visit to stay up to date.