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Mundy Park, Coquitlam

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Mundy Park at 176ha, is the largest park in Coquitlam, British Columbia. The park has many walking trails that pass the park's two lakes - Mundy Lake and Lost Lake. There are also sports fields, a lacrosse box, an outdoor swimming pool, disc golf area, picnic area, and playground.The Coquitlam Reds of the B.C. Premier Baseball League play their home games at Mundy Park.Scenes from the 2006 Danny DeVito / Matthew Broderick film Deck the Halls were shot at Mundy Park.There a wide variety of wildlife in Mundy Park, including black bears, deer, raccoons, ducks, geese, swans, and a large variety of other birds. Some endangered plants are also to be found at Mundy Park.
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TripAdvisor
  • Good place for locals to meet and enjoy the outdoors at winter we were skating summer good for an hour of walking the perimeter trail  more »
  • A wonderful park right in the city. Not only does it have a few lakes & lots of trails, it is also home to Bears, mothers and babies.  more »
  • Nice trails and easy walk or take the long way and you will spend the afternoon. It is best when hot out as it is under the beautiful trees that offer shade. Nice ponds where you can see turtles and l...  more »
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  • This park is amazing. The most important thing about this park is the trails. The trails are so wide there's enough room for everyone even bikers. Two lakes can't complain. Would be cool if the lake was stocked. Overall great time.
  • We love the off leash dog areas, especially with the 2 areas divided by large and small dogs. I wish people would realize big dogs come in actual big size though. There should be more garbage cans too as many people just bag the poop then leave it on the fence. The forest is great for walks too but people should adhere to the off leash times ( fawn to 10 am) as I didn't appreciate my dog being on leash and having random dogs run up to us.
  • A great town park. With a much-favored 5km radius- route, there are flat bicycle routes and mountainous-terrain routes. 2 lakes to view, and a baseball court. Barbequeing can also be done here. Be bear alert.
  • Beautiful park. Huge trees! Bordering on the size of what original old growth forest must have looked like. In fact I believe quite a few are older than Vancouver itself Most must be old growth trees well over 100 years old. (Not all are old growth, but most seem to be) The paths throughout the forest park are very large and wide, made from compacted & leveled gravel. You rarely feel like you are in someones way such as joggers, runners, and bikers etc. So you don't feel the constant need to look behind yourself and worry that someone may bump into you. There is also a huge field for soccer and any sport that one felt inclined to play. You may even like simply going off to a vacant part of the field and throw down a blanket and relax. All this is in the heart of Coquitlam. This truly is a treasure. I hope it remains forever. I do also believe there is a small concession and pool in the summer time. (But don't go foenthst reason alone and blame me if you don't see it, my memory is a little fuzzy on that part. But the park I am more than sure of. I have walked the trails countless times. Another thing to note is that there is VERY LITTLE traffic noise being so far up the hill. For those who are unaware, there are two entrances. One on either side of the park. There is one on a dusty, gravel car park area and one on a proper paved area on the opposite side of the park. There are also children's play areas with jingle gyms and all the things kids generally like. And for concerned parents, there are benches right close by to each play area so you won't lose sight of your children. And they hopefully won't get into trouble. This park has it all. I hope many more people get to experience the peace, serenity and hidden beauty in the park. Its worth the trip. You will not be disappointed. Just try to go while its a sunny day. I think you will find you enjoy it much more. :)
  • DO NOT WALK YOUR DOG IN MUNDY PARK!! There is presently a scam going on in which a man or a woman (there are two) kick a dog, then their friends video on camera phones the violent reaction of owners, in an effort to get money for assault. It's a good thing that Mundy Park is closed until July because of the bloody pipeline, which has been going on forever. I would also be cautious about the park across the street just above Riverview, as they are no doubt there also. Unfortunately, as far as law is concerned, it's "their word against yours" so carry your bear spray, and take someone fit along with you, just in case.