Spray Parks & Water Parks

Port Moody Spray Parks

Rocky Point Park – 2800 Block Murray Street Alisa Park – 400 block Glencoe Drive

Bridal Falls Water Park

Bridal Falls Waterpark, formerly known as the Trans-Canada WaterSlides, offers the Fraser Valley and Lower Mainland’s most accessible waterslides, with no stairs for you to worry about! Their family oriented facilities make for the perfect day of fun in the sun and the water. Bridal Falls Waterpark also has a
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Blue Mountain Park

Blue Mountain Park is an urban forest setting with the shade of hundreds of trees: tall Douglas Fir, Red Cedar, North Red Oak, and several Redwoods. Blue Mountain Park offers opportunities for casual play and organized sport, with sports fields, ball diamond and tennis courts. The popular playground, paved bike
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Marpole Oakridge Community Centre

The Marpole Oakridge Community Centre has ongoing programs, special events and activities, workshops, sports, yoga, pilates, music, dance, aerobics and academic classes. The Community fitness centre has a weight room, cardio room, racquetball court, whirlpool and sauna. Outdoor basketball and hockey sports courts, and a walking path, are located at
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Chaldecott park
Chaldecott Park

Chaldecott Park offers a combination of large playing fields and smaller play areas. Large old cedar trees shelter the playground area and rustle moodily on breezy days. During the summer, the spray park is a popular attraction for children. Chaldecott Park also has a soccer field and baseball diamonds. Chaldecott
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oak park
Oak Park

Oak Park offers many winding paths throughout the park, picnic areas, and some wonderful trees. The spray park is a big attraction for children in hot weather. Oak Park also has a playground, tennis courts, basketball courts, outdoor roller hockey, soccer and softball. You will find Marpole-Oakridge Community Centre at
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garden park
Garden Park

Garden Park is tucked into a quiet but friendly neighbourhood and surrounded by stately trees. Neighbours of Garden Park enjoy chatting in the shade, sitting on one of the curved seats surrounding the children’s wading pool, spray park or playing tennis on the courts. Garden Park also has a soccer
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Grandview Park
Grandview Park

Grandview park offers a playground with several fun features, including a very large boulder that allows children to climb up one side and down into a net on the other, a log “table” which comes from a 537-year-old cedar tree that blew down in Stanley Park, a sandbox with water
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connaught park
Connaught Park

Lined with fantastic oak and catalpa trees, Connaught Park is an excellent place to enjoy one of the shaded benches, whether watching kids in the spray park, playground, resting, or observing a game of soccer or softball. Connaught Park also offers cricket, rugby and the Kitsilano Community centre, where you
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Crab Park at Portside in Vancouver

With its stunning locale between Vancouver’s Downtown and the Port, Crab Park at Portside is a large, open space for everyone. Crab Park has become one of the largest parks along the shores of the Burrard Inlet, with dozens of interesting views to see from the piers and along the
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