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Port Moody is located at the head of Burrard Inlet, surrounded by mountains and forested hillsides. This friendly small town is home to approximately 25,000 people. From its pristine setting on Burrard Inlet, Port Moody offers unlimited opportunities for outdoor activities ranging from boating, swimming, hiking and cycling to breathtaking nature trails and wild life observation.

There are many wonderful sites and activities to enjoy: Belcarra Regional Park on Burrard Inlet with picnicking and forest trails; Buntzen Lake, with shoreline and mountain trails, picnic sites, canoe rentals and sailing; the Foreshore Park, a captivating four kilometre shoreline trail (including Rocky Point Park with its pier, shown to the right); Noon's Creek Fish Hatchery close to the Civic Recreation Centre; or Sasamat Lake, with swimming, sandy beach and trails.

Also there are the Station Museum and Arts Centre for history and culture, as well as many character neighbourhoods with their historic buildings, restaurants and stores. Ioco, to the west of Port Moody on the north shore of Burrard Inlet, is the location of the Imperial Oil Refinery and the former historic Ioco town site.


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Rocky Point in Foreshore Park




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