Stay and Play

Splash into Summer!

Stay and play close to home at our recreation centres this summer—we offer drop-in and registered programs for all ages, abilities and interests. 

Stay cool with free and low-cost opportunities and activities happening this summer:

Water Play Pop-Ups

Coquitlam’s recreation team will be leading fun, free pop-up activities like inflatable waterslides, slip’n’slides, relay games and more at Coquitlam parks throughout the summer. 

Summer Splash Events:

  • July 20, 11  a.m. – 3 p.m. at Spirit Square 
  • July 21, 11 a.m. – 3 p.m. at Mundy Park Field House
  • August 3, 11 a.m. – 3 p.m. at Spirit Square
  • August 4, 11 a.m. – 3 p.m. at Mundy Park Field House

More activities and locations will be added in the coming weeks. Check back for details.

Free Admission to Eagle Ridge Outdoor Pool

Drop-in for a swim at Eagle Ridge Outdoor Pool for free! The pool is open seven days a week and offers lane swimming, two diving boards, large change room facilities and a spacious grass picnic area to spend the day. 

$10 Summer Child and Youth Pass 

Usually priced at $25, the Summer Child and Youth Pass provides unlimited access to all of Coquitlam’s drop-in activities for children up to 18 years old. The pass fee will be reduced to $10 for 2024. All current pass holders will be credited the $15 difference, and should see it in their accounts by the end of the summer. 

Extended Access to Local YMCA for Coquitlam Residents 

The City of Coquitlam is proud to partner with the YMCA to offer more hours for Coquitlam resident access at the Coquitlam Bettie Allard YMCA. Coquitlam resident access times for the pool have been increased with 20 additional hours added until August 3. During the resident access times, Coquitlam residents can use the YMCA without a membership, for the same price as a single admission to the City’s recreation facilities. A schedule of access times is posted on the Coquitlam Bettie Allard YMCA website

Spray Parks 

Coquitlam’s 10 spray parks and wading pool offer no-cost, drop-in fun for young families. In many locations the spray features are activated by push buttons, a water-saving measure. Find a spray park near you.

Swim Camps and Swim Lessons

Summer is a perfect time to improve your swimming skills. With room still available in many summer swim lessons and swim camps, kids and youth can learn to stay safe and have fun in the water. Browse through our SignMeUp online registration system to find a program that interests you. 

Click here or on the image above to find a program and register. For the best online registration experience, please use Google Chrome.  

  1. Parks, Recreation, Culture and Facilities

    Emergency Phone 604-927-6300

Please note the non-emergency phone number is staffed from weekdays 8:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. except for statutory holidays and Saturdays and Sundays 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. For emergency inquiries, please call the emergency phone number.