Rocky Point Park A long pier, a boat launch, an out­door pool, a skate park, bike trails, a band­shell and a kids’ wa­ter park are just some of the ameni­ties that make 3.8-hectare Rocky Point Park one of Port Moody’s most popular des­ti­na­tions—as well as a st

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Buntzen Lake Be­fore a 1904 hy­dro­elec­tric project was put in place, Buntzen Lake was known as Lake Beau­ti­ful—and it’s no won­der. The stun­ning fresh­wa­ter lake and sur­round­ing na­ture make it a must-visit spot for sum­mer swim­ming, ca­noe­ing, kayak­ing, hik­ing or just oat­ing around. A wa­ter­front o -leash dog area makes it per­fect for pooches, too.

SkyTrain It took many years and many false starts, but one of the most signi cant ad­di­tions to Port Moody has been SkyTrain ser­vice, which makes for easy ac­cess to Co­quit­lam, Burn­aby and Van­cou­ver—and for a less car-re­liant com­mu­nity. Com­ing with that tran­sit is a big dose of den­sity for the sleepy sea­side com­mu­nity, with sev­eral large condo and town­house de­vel­op­ments pro­posed or in the works.

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