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Port Coquitlam is bounded on the south by the Fraser River, on the east by the Pitt River, on the north by the Coast Mountains and on the west by the Coquitlam River. Port Coquitlam's location and unique setting combine to produce truly exceptional living and recreation environments. Experience the "Small Town Charm with Big City Connections" of Port Coquitlam.

The historical character of the Downtown core has been retained, while new commercial and residential development has continued, keeping the qualities of the Downtown's small town appeal. There is easy access via Highways 7 & 1 and the West Coast Express.

More than 54,000 people make this city their home enjoying its extensive trail system for walking and hiking. The "PoCo Trail," which encompasses most of the city, is excellent for nature walks, hikes, bike riding, horseback riding and wildlife watching. Over 266 hectres of parkland provide many opportunities for outdoor activities. The newly renovated Hyde Creek Centre has activities for everyone: lengths pool, water park, courts, gymnasium, teen centre, pro shop and restaurant.


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