Park Items





Colony Farm Regional ParkColony Farm Regional Park282890220



Colony Farm photo1 Farm photo1The labryinth is one of the attractions featured at Mid-summer Fete, held annually at Colony Farm Regional Park
Colony Farm photo2 Farm photo2Colourful flowers abound in the summer gardens at Colony Farm Regional Park
Colony Farm photo3 Farm photo3Colony Farm Regional Park offers wonderful trails for biking and walking
Colony Farm photo4 Farm photo4Fall harvest in the community gardens at Colony Farm
Colony Farm photo5 Farm photo5Midsummer Fete is an annual festival celebrating art, music and food
ColonyFarm-photo10 Fete builds awareness of the importance of food and farming. Honeybees are important pollinators and contribute to regional biodiversity.
ColonyFarm-photo6 Farm is the site of Midsummer Fete, an annual summer fair held in collaboration with Public Dreams Society
ColonyFarm-photo7 Fete draws out the creative side of community gardening.





Colony Farm Regional ParkColony Farm Regional Park-122.80108049.241568,,+-122.81347403800&sll=49.346836,,-123.112766&sspn=0.01054,,0.027831&ie=UTF8&z=16,,+-122.81347403800&sll=49.346836,-123.112766&sspn=0.01054,0.027831&ie=UTF8&z=16<div class="ExternalClass227EB53B06484E24BC8FFF7893DA0902"><em>From Hwy 1,</em> take Exit 44 and follow signs to Lougheed Hwy east. Continue travelling east on Lougheed Hwy (Hwy 7) to the traffic light at Colony Farm Rd. Turn right and continue 1 km to the main parking lot.                                               </div><div class="ExternalClass227EB53B06484E24BC8FFF7893DA0902"> </div><div class="ExternalClass227EB53B06484E24BC8FFF7893DA0902"><em>From Lougheed Hwy (Hwy 7) westbound in Coquitlam</em>, travel past the lights at Pitt River Rd and Riverview Hospital. Turn left at the traffic light at Colony Farm Rd and travel 1 km to the main parking lot.</div>, Colony Farm







Sheep Paddocks Trail Construction UPDATE 2018<div class="ExternalClass2E010569EFBD4B4F8883369D0AE702A8">Phase 2 work will begin October 01 and be completed by early 2019. Construction crews and equipment will access the northern portion of the park near Pitt River Road. The work will be conducted intermittently to allow trail subsurface material to settle. Outside the park, some traffic delays may occur along Pitt River Road. Inside the park, visitors will not be affected as the original trail has been closed for several years. Please follow trail closure signs and traffic safety signs and crews. <br><a href="/services/parks/ParksPublications/COLsheepPaddocks_Sept2018_update.pdf">Trail alignment and route </a></div>True





Central Area

Pacific Parklands Foundation

Pacific Parklands Foundation is a registered charity dedicated to the conservation and enhancement of Metro Vancouver’s regional parks.