The City of Port Moody has a wealth of park space for you to enjoy. Explore the mountainside forests, hike the trails and paths, or relax at the Healing Garden. Learn how to book and use park space and shelters for your next event or family gathering.

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Looking for a park with a playground, tennis court or off-leash dog area? Port Moody's beautiful parks are listed by feature below:

 Basketball courts basketball

 

Art Wilkinson Park (492 Glencoe Drive) picnic table
Cedarwood Park (106 Cedarwood Drive) picnic table
Chestnut Way Park (24 Chestnut Way) picnic table
Easthill Park (1385 Union Street) bench
Flavelle Park (2 Flavelle Drive) fountain picnic table
Foxwood Park (Foxwood Drive) picnic table
Greenleaf Park (65 Greenleaf Drive) fountain picnic table
North Shore Community Park (1400 David Avenue) washroom fountain
Sycamore Park (135 Sycamore Drive) bench
Twin Creeks Park (233 Parkside Drive) bench

 

 Beaches outdoor pool
Port Moody's only swimming beach is located at Old Orchard Park. Water quality sampling is regularly done by Metro Vancouver. Fraser Health is responsible for determining when water quality is not suitable for swimming. Signage is posted by the City to advise the public when swimming is not recommended because of poor water quality.
Old Orchard Park (630 Alderside Road) washroom fountainpicnic tablebench
 Boat launch boat launch
 
Rocky Point Park (2790 Esplanade Avenue) washroom fountainpicnic tablebench
 Hatcheries hatchery
 
Noons Creek Hatchery (340 Ioco Road)
Mossom Creek Hatchery (12 Mossom Creek Drive)
 Off-leash dog areas dog park

Visit one of our off-leash dog parks and make sure to pick up after your dog and dispose of any dog waste properly. Remember that wildlife encounters are common in Port Moody, including in designated off-leash dog areas.

Chines Park (Jane Street at Hugh Street)

Wide gravel path through Bert Flinn Park (starts at Heritage Mountain Boulevard and David Avenue)

North end of Westhill Park (203 Westhill Place)

Fenced dog run at Rocky Point Park (2900 Blk Murray Street, next to Slaughterhouse Creek)

 Outdoor fitness equipment outdoor fitness equipment
 
Westhill Park (203 Westhill Place)  washroom fountainpicnic table
 Outdoor pools outdoor pool

Port Moody's two outdoor pools usually open mid-June and close Labour Day weekend.

Rocky Point Park (2800 Blk Murray Street)  washroom fountainpicnic tablebench
Westhill Park (203 Westhill Place)  washroom fountainpicnic table
 Pickleball courts pickleball

 

Art Wilkinson Park (492 Glencoe Drive)  picnic table
Easthill Park (1385 Union Street)  bench
 Picnic shelters picnic shelters

The Rocky Point picnic shelters are available to rent through the City for a fee. The Old Orchard picnic shelters are available on a first come, first served basis.  

Old Orchard Park (630 Alderside Road)  washroom fountainpicnic tablebench
Rocky Point Park (2800 Blk Murray Street)  washroom fountainpicnic tablebench
 Pollinator gardens pollinator
 
Chip Kerr Park (2995 Hope Street) bench
Pioneer Memorial Park (275 Knowle Street) fountainpicnic tablebench
 Reflection/meditation space meditation space
 
Pioneer Memorial Park (275 Knowle Street) fountainpicnic tablebench
 Playgrounds playground
 
Art Wilkinson Park (492 Glencoe Drive)  picnic table
Chip Kerr Park (2995 Hope Street)  bench
Easthill Park (1385 Union Street)  bench
Greenleaf Park (65 Greenleaf Drive)  fountainpicnic table
Heritage Mountain Park (20 Parkglen Place)  fountainpicnic table
Inlet Park (3024 Murray St.) bench
Old Orchard Park (630 Alderside Road)  washroom fountainpicnic tablebench
Rocky Point Park (2800 Blk Murray Street)  washroom fountainpicnic tablebench
Seaview Park (1255 Cecile Drive)  picnic table
Sycamore Park (135 Sycamore Drive)  bench
Town Centre Park (300 Ioco Road)  washroom fountainpicnic table
Twin Creeks Park (233 Parkside Drive)  bench
Westhill Park (203 Westhill Place)  washroom fountainpicnic table
Neighbourhood playgrounds:  
Appleyard Court (760 Appleyard Court)  bench
Barber Street Park (94 April Road)  bench
Cedarwood Park (106 Cedarwood Drive)  picnic table
Flavelle Park (2 Flavelle Drive)  fountainpicnic table
Foxwood Park (Foxwood Drive)  picnic table
Kyle Park (2501 St. George Street)  picnic tablebench
Mosaic Park (3301 Dewdney Trunk Road)  bench
St. George Street Park (3055 St. George Street)  bench
Skateboard parks skateboard
Rotary SK8 Park - (2910 Murray St.)

This regionally-renowned skate park provides active fun for all ages. It scootering & skate boarding. Washrooms are located at Rocky Point Park. Parking available at Rocky Point Park lot and street parking on Murray. St.

 Spray parks spray park

Spray parks are are usually open for the long weekend in May, and usually remain open until September. When open, the hours are 9am to 8pm, weather permitting. Please note that the spray park at Easthill Park will remain closed due to construction.

Ailsa Park (500 Blk Ailsa Avenue)  picnic table
Easthill Park (1385 Union Street) Closed for the season  bench
Rocky Point Park (2800 Blk Murray Street)  washroom fountainpicnic tablebench
 Tennis courts tennis courts
 
Art Wilkinson Park (492 Glencoe Drive)  picnic table
Chestnut Way Park (24 Chestnut Way)  picnic table
Easthill Park (1385 Union Street)  bench
North Shore Community Park (1400 David Avenue)  washroom fountain
Town Centre Park (300 Ioco Road)  washroom fountainpicnic table
 Walking tracks walking track
 
Westhill Park (203 Westhill Place)  washroom fountainpicnic tablebench
North Shore Community Park (1400 David Avenue)  washroom fountain

Rocky Point Park

Visit Rocky Point Park and explore all of what Port Moody's best-known park has to offer.

Park restrictions

  • Smoking, and open fires (including fire pits and campfires) are not permitted at any time.
  • BBQs using liquid fuel, gas fuel, or briquettes are permitted, unless the fire danger rating is extreme. 
  • Keep your dog on a leash unless you’re in a designated off-leash area. Dogs are not allowed on tennis courts, fields, or beaches.
  • No recreational drones are allowed in Parks. Section 15 (e) of the Parks and Community Facilities Rules and Regulations Bylaw No.3321, Section 14.5 states that, "no person shall engage in activities involving high speed projectiles, including golf, archery, war games, radio controlled aircraft or cars in a Park or Community Facility unless such activities are specifically authorized by the Manager of Parks or the Community Facilities Manager."
  • No fishing, casting or hauling nets or other fishing equipment is allowed from, or adjacent to, any Park (Bylaw No. 3321)

Alcohol in parks

Adults may drink alcohol responsibly in permitted spaces between 11am and dusk at five outdoor public places in Port Moody:

  1. Kyle Centre Pop-Up Park (125 Kyle Street)
  2. Old Orchard Park (630 Alderside Road)
  3. Queens Street Plaza (Queens Street between Clarke Street and Spring Street)
  4. Rocky Point Park (2800 block Murray Street)
  5. Trasolini Field spectator stands at Town Centre Park (300 Ioco Road) 

Signs will be posted at each location, and maps that show the boundaries of permitted spaces are included within Bylaw 3456, Responsible Consumption of Liquor in Public Places. Please note that within these locations, Bylaw 3456 prohibits alcohol consumption:

  • within 10 metres of a playground or spray park, except for the picnic shelter area at Old Orchard Park; and
  • on the beach at Old Orchard Park. 

If you choose to drink alcohol in the permitted spaces, respect your fellow park users by managing your consumption, behaving responsibly, and disposing of waste or recycling in the appropriate manner. Whenever possible, pack it in and pack it out – take your waste or recycling home with you to keep our public places clean and safe for everyone.

Share the trail

Please be respectful, courteous, and kind on our trails. If we practice trail etiquette, everyone can enjoy our natural environment safely. Here are a few tips:

  • Be aware of others – Travel at a safe speed and anticipate others around corners and blind spots. Let others know you are coming by giving a friendly greeting or ringing a bell.
  • Pass safely – On shared trails, mountain bikers and cyclists yield to hikers and pedestrians. When passing on the left, slow down or come to a complete stop, allowing enough time and space for others to re-orient themselves on the trail. 
  • Check posted signs - Check signs at trailheads to see if the route is shared or for pedestrians only. For example, bicycles and scooters (human-powered or electric) are not permitted on the Shoreline Trail’s lower gravel and boardwalk path.
  • Stay on the trail – Practice "leave no trace" principles. Keep to designated trails to protect the surrounding ecosystem. Don’t take shortcuts and don’t detour around any technical features.
  • Follow dog regulations – Keep Fido leashed unless you're in a designated off-leash area
  • Be prepared for wildlife – Be ready for potential encounters with wildlife, including bears. As you move through the trails, give animals warning and enough room to adjust to your presence by talking or making noise. Find out more about how to manage wildlife encounters.