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
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.