14 Top Things To Do in Port Moody, BC, Canada
in the Fraser Valley Area of British Columbia

The Top 14 Things To Do in port Moody, British Columbia, Canada part of the Lower Mainland, Fraser Valley B.C. Region.

Belcarra Regional ParkTours and Guides : Want to be spoiled on your adventure. Let someone else do the planning, the leading and the talking. Best bet is to sign up for a tour or guide. Most tours provide an interpretive guide, lessons and equipment if needed.

Got Boots will Hike : There are some easy and challenging hiking trails exploring the backcountry parks in the Port Moody, BC region. Bring your hiking boots and day packs for exploring the mountains, lakes, coastline, points, coves, meadows and rivers in the area.

Visit the Galleries, Museums: Plan for a trip with the arts and history. There are art galleries, museums, historic sites, live theatre and artists studios. Do you like painting, carving or sculptures... do you like artifacts and exhibits? It is all here to discover.

Pack a Picnic: There are waterfront parks and wilderness parks in the Port Moody, BC. region. Most are well maintained and include developed picnic day use areas. Amenities may include picnic tables, picnic shelters, boat launches, swimming beaches, spray parks, walking trails, docks, playgrounds, sports fields, grass lawns & washrooms. [

Taste the Cuisine: Why not treat yourself out to one of the local dining establishments in Port Moody. Book a table for fine dining, romance your partner or grab something to go for a late night meal. Take the family out for a meal. Do some family bonding.

Walk the Waterfront : A nice way to enjoy the community of Port Moody is to take a walk or bike ride exploring the waterfront paved path visiting five parks and enjoying the views. The waterfront path is easy-going, level and baby stroller and wheelchair friendly.

Go Boating: Seek out a boat launch accessing Burrard Inlet and/or Indian Arm and take your family and friends out for a sightseeing cruise, fishing trip or a fact finding mission looking for a private sandy beach, romantic waterfront restaurant or remote island.

Wild West Riding : Why not plan for a horseback riding adventure exploring the wilderness trails in and around the Port Moody backcountry parks. Bring your horse (there are staging areas) or sign up for lessons and a guide and ride one of the many trails in the region.

Go for a Bike Ride: There are designated biking routes in Port Moody parks consisting of paved shoulders (street paths), park trails and backcountry gravel roads and wilderness trails. Pick up a bike map and plan a route or just head to a park and start from there.

Dive, Dive, Dive : Love to scuba dive... make sure to bring your gear cause there are some diving spots in the Port Moody parks which you will want to check out like Whiskey Point and Crocker, Racoon and Twin Islands.

Explore by Paddle : For the kayaker and canoeist there are some put-in points, boat launches, beaches and docks for starting a paddle route exploring the Indian Arm and Burrard Inlet.

Swim and Sun : Like to hang out at a beach and catch some rays, may be go for a swim or have a picnic... then plan a trip to some of the lakes, rivers and ocean coastline beaches located in the Port Moody region.

Camp in the Wild : There are some really beautiful wilderness camping destinations in some of the rugged and remote parks. One can backpack in or paddle in to a rustic campsite with bare bones services but prize winning scenery.

Shop till you Drop : there are three areas in Port Moody to shop and browse and they are Newport Village, Brook Village and Moody Centre..

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