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.Mundy Park is actually supposed to be spelled 'Munday', named after Mr. George Munday, the man who originally bought the land. No one knows why it was misspelled.
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  • This park has something for everyone. Playground for kids, soccer fields for fans, dog park, outdoor pool in the summer, baseball and great trails if you just want to get away from it all.  more »
  • Mundy park is a lovely place to walk with old growth trees, trails and a lake. Make sure to take a good look at the maps as it is easy to get turned around. I walk in the morning when Im in the area, ...  more »
  • I have enjoyed this park for at least 7 years. Still need to see more of it! Have enjoyed watching baseball games and other activities at this park. Great place to go if you have a dog to walk.  more »
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  • Beautiful walk in some amazing weather - Bailey really enjoyed it too. Nice and quiet, a lot of people coming her just to amble - really gives that sense of relaxation. Also the ‘Lost Lake’ is a beautiful sight. A dog park is attached just off to the aide and while it doesn’t look too big it’s definitely enough for my GS/Rottie mix to knock herself out after a few back and forth runs!
  • Trails kept in great condition, patrons don't litter and always follow off leash hours. Perfect to immerse yourself in the tall trees without any elevation. Really feels like you're in the forest and not in a city park. My fave place ☺️
  • Mundy Park is a large forested area filled with many different pathways to walk, run, and even bike along. It is a very popular place amongst dog walkers and solo walkers alike. Although it is beautiful during the day, I would not recommend going there at night. There are no lights other than what natural light filters through the trees.
  • My favorite park in Metro Vancouver, there's multiple baseball fields, soccer fields, extensive network of trails. Two lakes, multiple playgrounds, an ultimate frisbee golf course, outdoor summer time pool and a dog park. This park is definitely worth checking out.
  • Great assortment of trails and activity fields. There is a circuit of off leash dog trails as well as trails where no dogs are aloud. Perfect for walking, bikes and strollers. My husband and I enjoy doing the perimeter trail for length and then meandering through the trails in the centre of the park. There is also a disk golf course that ris easy enough for all ages.
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