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Town Centre Park, Coquitlam
(4.5/5 based on 65 reviews on the web)
Town Centre Park is a park in central Coquitlam, British Columbia, just north of the Coquitlam Centre shopping mall. The park is surrounded by Coquitlam's city hall, main police station, main fire hall, City Centre Aquatic Complex, and the David Lam campus of Douglas College, Pinetree Secondary School, as well as many houses and apartments.The park saw the addition of beach volleyball courts in 2005, and a $10 million expansion in 2006-07 which saw the building of two additional synthetic FieldTurf fields, the conversion of two existing fields to FieldTurf, new areas for shot put, javelin, and discus/hammer throw, and new parking lots.The southwest corner of the Park is being redeveloped to host the Lafarge Lake–Douglas Station terminus of the area's new Evergreen Line Skytrain rapid transit extension scheduled for opening in 2017.Amenities Evergreen Cultural Centre Percy Perry Stadium Lafarge Lake Sports fields, including 4 FieldTurf fields Pedestrian trails Splash pad Skateboard park Basketball, inline hockey, beach volleyball and tennis courts BMX track Inspiration Garden Outdoor Ping Pong tables
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  • Had a family get-together, where the children enjoyed the extensive playground facilities. Then our group walked around the lake. 
  • What a great variety of activities available in this easily accessible park. We walked there from our rented accommodation on Lincoln Avenue, but there are plenty of car parks too. Lots to do here wit...  more »
  • From a friends house played at the Park about 2 hours walking in. Bike games BMX course, tennis courts, skateboard course, ping-pong tables, and so on, citizens gather and play. Lake and scenic. There were playing small child swing and slide. Park is spacious and comfortable. It is during the day of August, though, it was cold enough.
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