Parks, Trails and Public Spaces

Anmore’s beautiful, semi-rural setting makes it a great location to enjoy the outdoors. With a mix of pedestrian trails, the amenities at Spirit Park and multiple programs designed to keep public spaces litter-free, Anmore and dedicated volunteers help maintain our beautiful community.

The Village maintains Spirit Park and multiple trails, many that connect to neighbouring trail systems. We’re also very proud of our community and work with volunteers to maintain our public spaces.

Anmore Trails

Anmore maintains a number of trails in the community, many that connect to neighbouring trail systems. The majority of the trails can easily accommodate strollers and physical distancing. To help conserve natural greenways while expanding this trail system, Anmore has adopted a new Greenway Strategy. The Strategy is designed to connect people to nature and each other by way of integrated park and trail systems, and to preserve wildlife habitats.

As well, the Village’s Trail Marker Program provides an excellent way to celebrate the life of a loved one or honour an individual, group or special event.

For more information, click on the links below.

Anmore Greenway Strategy

Anmore Trail Marker Program

Anmore Parks

Anmore currently has two community parks – Spirit Park and Michael Rosen Park. Spirit Park is home to multiple events, with amenities that include picnic tables and a gazebo. Michael Rosen Park includes a picnic area as well as a trail that connects to Bert Flynn Park in Port Moody. Anmore also has a Parks Master Plan that is used to guide the development of new parks and trails in the community. Please note that there are no off-leash areas in Anmore – dogs must be on leash at all times.  

For more information, click on the links below:

Spirit Park

Parks Master Plan

Dog Leash Community

Public Spaces

Keeping Anmore’s public spaces well maintained and litter-free is a priority. While staff manage the outdoor garbage bins and collect litter in public areas, there are also community volunteers who help through the Adopt A Street Program.

There is also an ongoing need to manage invasive species in the community. These plants pose a risk to our natural habitats. Working with the Invasive Species Council of Metro Vancouver, Anmore completes an Invasive Plant Management report annually to review how invasive plants are controlled and monitored in Anmore, as well as treatments to remove invasive plants on municipal property.

For more information on these public spaces program, click on the links below:

Adopt a Street

Invasive Plant Management