Discover Port Moody


We are City of the Arts

Situated at the end of the scenic Barnet Highway, Port Moody is just 30 minutes by car from downtown Vancouver and only 45 minutes away from Vancouver International Airport & Abbotsford International Airport. Getting here is easy.

Enjoy all the attractions and excitement of the big city while staying in the peaceful intimate surroundings of our unique waterfront community.

View art exhibits, enjoy a performance, explore living history, shop and dine. There’s plenty to see and do in Port Moody.

The shops and restaurants of Newport Village or the Moody Centre historic district are quaint, trendy and one of a kind.

A visit to City of the Arts must include our wonderful galleries and studios located throughout the city.

The Coast Salish nation were the first inhabitants in the area that became Port Moody. Discover our heritage character.

If the outdoors beckons you, Port Moody is definitely the place to be. Surrounded by ocean, mountains and lakes, Port Moody is the ideal getaway for a day of fresh air and fun. Explore natural Port Moody.


Port Moody Parks and Trails

Port Moody has a wealth of beautiful park space for everyone to enjoy. From mountainside natural forested parks to popular waterfront recreation areas, Port Moody has it all.

Take an afternoon or an hour and enjoy some of Port Moody’s most beautiful parks!

  • Trans Canada Trail  – The Trans Canada Trail is a 21,500-kilometre recreational trail that runs through every province and territory. When finished, it will be the world’s longest recreational trail linking close to 1,000 communities and over 33 million Canadians. Walk or ride the trail through Port Moody.
  • Alfred Howe Greenway – The Alfred Howe Greenway is a scenic multi-use trail connecting the Glenayre and College Park neighborhoods to the waterfront. The greenway is 2.2km round trip, with an elevation gain of 100 metres.
  • Multi-access trails – The City has two universally accessible trail systems: the Shoreline Bike Trail (3 km paved bike path) and the TransCanada Trail, which is a mix of on-road sidewalks and off-road trails through Port Moody.

Port Moody Creeks & Streams

  • Home tips for healthy streams
  • Creeks and streams stewardship
  • Hatcheries
  • Storm drain marking
  • Fish habitat signs
  • Streamside protection
  • Port Moody Ecological Society
  • Stream and drainage system protection bylaw
  • Invasive Species
  • Prevention and how to remove
  • Healthy Gardens & Lawns