Colony Farm Regional Park, Port Coquitlam
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Colony Farm Regional Park has something for everyone. Nice flat open space, with plenty of birds, and other wildlife to spot with easy walking, biking, and strolling trails, to navigate. Nearby Riverv... read more »
This is a great place to go to get away from the hustle and bustle of the city. When you are down there walking or biking or just sitting enjoying the scenery and singing birds you are a million miles... read more »
great for walking, lots of pets and families, miles of trails and wildlife all around. accesses Traboulay trail and citadel trails. Nice flat grade for all levels of ability
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.
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
Flat, packed gravel trails are easily accessible. A lot of the park is pretty similar looking with little shade (can be very hot on a sunny day). I prefer to ride my bike through as a part of the PoCo trail rather than just making the park itself a destination.
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