The 3.8 hectare park is one of five parks that belong to the Shoreline Park System in Port Moody. Other parks include the Inlet, Town Centre, Old Mill and Old Orchard Parks.
All five waterfront parks are connected by a 3 kilometre long pathway called the Shoreline Trail. Kilometre "0", the trailhead entrance, of the Shoreline Trail begins in Rocky Point Park.
Shoreline Trail is a paved walking and biking trail suitable for all ages and fitness levels. The trail is considered easy-going and level. Sections explore a forest and sections are open with views of the inlet. Large sections of the trail are baby stroller and wheelchair friendly.
Rocky Point Park includes a good selection of amenities and services including a playground, spray park, day use picnic area, washrooms, boat launch, pier, band shell, grass lawns, outdoor fresh water pool and sitting benches.
The large pier in the park, the outdoor pool and the access to the shoreline make it easy for swimming in the Burrard Inlet park. Nearby are a selection of restaurants and places for snacks and drinks.
Explore Rocky Point Park in Port Moody, British Columbia, Canada