4.2 out of 5 - 10 reviews

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Rose from Coquitlam writes:

Mundy is my go to this time of year when there is not the long days of daylight. A quick afternoon walk around the park and seeing one of the lakes is enough to cleanse the soul from all of the holiday season stress. The added bonus is that it's not that busy on most of the trails this time of year, with the exception of the dog off-leash areas. If you're looking to avoid crowds, stay more on the west side of the park.

    Posted: December 12, 2023 02:50:40 PM PST

    Jonathan Grimes from St Thomas writes:

    Can you ride a bike in there ?

      Posted: October 5, 2022 09:06:41 AM PST

      James from Coquitlam writes:

      I have lost my Toyota car key/fob on Dec 29, 2021 in the Mundy Park trail or the playground near Hilcrest parking lot.
      Even after several searches, I couldn't find the fob yet. If any one found it, please contact me at 604-CAR-0114.
      I don't know in what case the found item useless to others is moved or taken away by someone who won't report.

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        Posted: January 14, 2022 12:08:56 PM PST

        Tammie from Victoria writes:

        I will be visiting this park in April.
        I have an english labrador dog who is off-leash but next to me, and always in control, and walks slowly up to people if they call him. I hope that I don't experience out-of-control dogs, and see that people aren't picking up after their pets. It's very upsetting not to allow everyone to enjoy themselves in a public park. People's rights come above our pets.

          Posted: January 31, 2020 04:03:03 PM PST

          Lise from Winnipeg writes:

          45 years ago I used to walk home through the park from Charles Best school to Quinton Ave by myself -no one used the park back then I was always the only one in there - never crossed paths with anyone-ever.

            Posted: July 23, 2018 04:15:32 PM PST

            Summer from Coquitlam writes:

            Beautiful park, but incredibly busy. I also agree with other comments. I have a large dog that I always leash. I know he isn't great with bigger dogs, (but loves small dogs) so, for that, he's always leashed. I hate how many dogs are off leash and then run up to my dog. It's the reason I rarely visit this park anymore, sadly.

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              Posted: April 6, 2018 10:46:42 PM PST

              Val from Maple Ridge writes:

              We walked around for a few hours, enjoying the trails and scenery.

              The only downfall to this park, as a previous poster stated, was the lack of dog enforcement in this park. We saw unleashed dogs in areas that we were sure were leashed areas, and used doggie bags tossed into the wooded area as well as some dog crap on the trail. More garbage bins may help.

              Overall, it was a beautiful day in a beautiful park. Coquitlam is very lucky to have such a gem.

                Posted: May 21, 2016 02:34:21 AM PST

                Chris from Coquitlam writes:

                It has been 9 years since I last went to Mundy Park.Very disappointing: very few signs displaying the regulations with regards to dogs, a great deal of dog poop everywhere and many dog owners letting their dogs roam off leash and with little control. Went there with a new 16 week puppy 4 days in a row and this was the experience. We went in the late morning when dogs are supposed to be on leash? No apparent enforcement officers, I would suggest that this park is rarely visited by officers as this conduct by many people seems to be the norm. My neighbor told me this was her experience not long ago and they switched to the Riverview Park site. It is a shame that the City has let this happen Some people need enforcement as laws as they believe laws do not apply to them. Everyone has a right to enjoy this beautiful park, city get on it.

                  Posted: November 30, 2015 06:42:14 AM PST

                  Mark from Richmond writes:

                  Good trail to get back into hiking condition... Nice wide trails and plenty of options for a short or long walk. Especially good on hot days as the dense forest shades you from the sun. On a hot day it seems 5 degrees cooler on the trail! Can be quite busy but always a good walk.

                    Posted: June 28, 2015 01:15:38 PM PST

                    Robyn from Port Coquitlam writes:

                    Went through Mundy Park for the first time today. Lovely area, though definitely a walk, not a hike. Very easy trails, perfect for jogging. We followed the Perimeter Trail, and also did the Lakeside Loop. Well maintained area and clearly marked trails.

                      Posted: May 23, 2015 08:30:57 PM PST

                      Ben from coquitlam writes:

                      great for jogging and daily walking for community residents. little lake provides enjoyable resting area and the length of trail is just perfect for 1 hour walking and lees for runners. Please keep the park clean.

                        Posted: January 14, 2011 09:46:45 AM PST

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