As a port community, there's always something happening to make Port Moody's harbour waters a star attraction for boating excursions, kayaking and wildlife viewing.
The inlet is a good starting point to explore Indian Arm, a fjord that stretches 30km/18mi from Burrard Inlet north into the rugged Coast Mountain range. Scenery here includes pristine waterfalls, old growth forest and abundant wildlife, making it a popular destination for boaters and kayakers.
Swimmers and sunbathers love White Pine Beach at Sasamat Lake in Belcarra Regional Park and nearby Buntzen Lake. With little water movement and lots of sand, they're perfect for youngsters. Get there before 10am to secure a parking space though, because both places get crowded, fast. The overflow lots are a couple of kilometers away which can be a bit of a trek with toddlers, coolers and beach mats in tow.