Colony Farm Regional Park, Port Coquitlam

(55 reviews on the web)
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • It is a lovely place to walk,run or cycle and the weather will not make any difference unless it is snowing  more »
  • A good place to watch birds, have a run or walk. It's flat. We got some nice sunset photos here and you can see mountains in the distance.  more »
  • There are several trails in the park so you can walk for hours if you wish and enjoy the peaceful serene surroundings. It is also a bird sanctuary so expect to see some beautiful birds. Can be quite c...  more »
Google
  • It is peaceful and quiet place however, Be aware of black bear. I came here to do painting outdoor study and encountered a black bear. First, i didnt pay attention, what is coming but when I found out, he was about 6 feet close. I ran away and noticed that he was still coming toward me. I had to jump off the fence and ran away from the wild animal. There were not many people at this place and i asked for help and no body was willing to help me out of this situation.
  • Great to bike as part of the traboulay biking trail, great to see the salmon spawing, great to go for a walk to see the amazing plants and wildlife. You can also buy fireworks here at some times of the year :D
  • I love the mixture of sun and shade in the paths here. It's a beautiful community garden too. With many berries along the way it does tend to attract bears, so being aware is a good plan.
  • Nestled down in a valley area, it's a great place for an evening stroll. Multi use trails make it an awesome spot to cycle through, as it connects many main thoroughfares.
  • Well groomed wide flat paths. And easy route for walking, running or cycling. There's very little shade, so bring water and maybe don't run during the hottest hours