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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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  • Great location and easy access. Come for walk on the trails, swim at the pool or watch the kids on the playground. Play disc golf, look for turtles in the lake or walk your dog on designated trails. T...  more »
  • Greater Vancouver is an urban jungle, yet here in the midst of it all is a HUGE WONDERFUL forest sanctuary called MUNDY PARK, in Coquitlam. It's massive. Lakes, trails, Sports grounds, swimming pool. ...  more »
  • Mundy Park is a sanctuary of sorts - a forest getaway in the city! Tall trees, bodies of water along the trails, clear signage and maps so you can't get lost, birds chirping a deep in the woods, dog o...  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.
  • Great Park to take your dog on and off leash. Dawn to 10am rules PLUS specific off leash trail that you can access at anytime (Dawn until the park close) are great. Some dog owners need to stop thinking that a poop fairy will pick up their poop bag on the ground and throw it to the garbage nearby. Bend your knees, pick it up, hold it (even with 2 fingers) and throw it in the garbage bin....simple. Park is serene most of the time until now and then an obnoxious exhaust passes by. The City has been maintaining this Park very well done! Definitely one of hidden gems in the middle of the city.
  • Great on a hot day. Shade shade shade. Nature's air conditioning. Trails are well maintained and friendly, family-oriented people (no weirdos that make u feel unsafe) that walk the trials. Just watch out for bears.
  • 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.

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