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Tri-Cities' spray parks open to cool off visitors on hotter days

Water fight! Hundreds of residents and visitors to regional parks took advantage of a warm long weekend.
Coquitlam's Rochester Park includes a spray park for residents to enjoy on hotter days. Pictured in 2017.

The Tri-Cities got a decently warm Victoria Day long weekend as many residents ventured outside to local parks in search of sun and water.

And luckily, Tri-City municipalities turned on the water at their spray parks for everyone to cool off.

There are 16 spray parks in Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam and Port Moody that have officially opened on Friday (May 20) or Saturday (May 21) and will remain open through until September — weather permitting.


Coquitlam spray parks are open between now and Sept. 5 from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m.:

  • Burns Spray Park (push-button activated)
  • Cottonwood Spray Park
  • Galloway Spray Park (push-button activated)
  • Mackin Spray Park (push-button activated)
  • Norm Staff Spray Park (push-button activated)
  • Panorama Spray Park (push-button activated)
  • Rochester Spray Park (push-button activated)
  • 10 a.m. = Blue Mountain Spray Park
  • 10 a.m. = Town Centre Spray Park (push-button activated)  

Port Coquitlam

Port Coquitlam spray parks are open until early September as early as 9 a.m.:

  • Castle Park
  • Lions Park
  • Port Coquitlam Community Centre
  • Sun Valley

Port Moody

Port Moody spray parks are open until September from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m:

  • Ailsa Park
  • Easthill Park
  • Rocky Point Park

Outdoor and wading pools opening in June

As well, each Tri-City community is set to open its outdoor pools next month when warmer weather is expected to settle in.

This includes (in alphabetical order):

  • Blue Mountain Wading Pool
    • 975 King Albert St., Coquitlam
    • June 11
  • Eagle Ridge Pool
    • 2689 Guildford Way., Coquitlam
    • June 11 to 29 (weekends only)
      • Two lanes open
    • June 30 to Sept. 5 (weekdays)
      • At least two lanes open
    • Admission is $2 (cash only) for all ages and all people, even those who don’t go in the pool
  • Robert Hope Pool
    • 2137 Lamprey Dr., Port Coquitlam
    • June 22
  • Rocky Point Park Pool
    • 2800-block Murray Street, Port Moody
    • "Mid-June"
  • Spani Pool
    • 655 Hillcrest St., Coquitlam
    • June 1
    • Admission is $2 (cash only) for all ages and all people, even those who don’t go in the pool
  • Westhill Park Pool 
    • 203 Westhill Pl., Port Moody
    • "Mid-June"

You can visit each city's respective website for hours, programs and more information.