Port MoodyEast of the city of Vancouver, Port Moody is part of the Tri-Cities’ area of Port Moody, Port Coquitlam and Coquitlam, all easily accessible from Vancouver within 30 minutes by freeway. Named after the first lieutenant governor of the colony of British Columbia (Richard Clement Moody), Port Moody lies across the Vancouver harbour from the city of Burnaby (to the south) and is regarded for its railway heritage, having been named the terminus of the Canadian Pacific Railway. The distinction is celebrated annually by festival, and a heritage railway station is maintained as a museum. Officially trademarked “City of the Arts,” Port Moody has been a magnet for artists due to relatively low rents, gorgeous natural scenery and ambient lighting. The shoreline trails of Rocky Point Park bring visitors for leisurely daily strolls, and the surrounding area teems with recreational activities and events at nearby Belcarra Regional Park, with its popular beaches, water sports and picnic areas.
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