Como Lake Park is located in Coquitlam, British Columbia, Canada and is considered a very popular park setting for enjoying a casual walk or jog. Other activities enjoyed in the park include fishing, picnicking and birdwatching.
Surrounding the lake is a recreation pathway which measures about 1.2 kilometres long. The pathway is a loop route connecting with two floating docks, a day use picnic area and a playground. And situated along the pathway are various locations decorated with sightseeing benches.
Como Lake is a small fresh water lake surrounded by grove patches of trees. On the western shore of the lake is a wetland, marsh type area. It is a popular area of the park for birdwatching.
There are said to be a high bird count in the park every year attracting birdwatchers to the park on a regular basis. So much so that Environment Canada has protected Como Lake and designated it as a migrating lake for birds.
The two floating docks on Como Lake are generally used for fishing. Fishing is catch and release and is open to children under the age of 16 and to seniors. No power boats are permitted on the lake.