Swimming in Coquitlam


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  • C G Brown Memorial Pool
    Sports fans know to plan their weekend around C G Brown Memorial Pool in Burnaby. With a sizzling plate of terrific food, this club boasts among the best eats this side of the city. The perfect place to take the kids, this club won't cost you a sitter. Parking is plentiful, so guests can feel free to bring their vehicles.
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    3702 Kensington Avenue
    Burnaby, BC CA
  • The Fitness Well
    Students should bring: Water bottle and mat Average class length: 60 minutes Number of Staff: 5–10 people Class location: Indoors only Established: 2014 Registration required: Yes Good for beginners: Yes Guests allowed: Yes Parking: Parking garage Pro Tip: Please call 604-985-4135 ext. 221, or email info@nswc.ca, to reserve your spot in the class Q&A with the Program Coordinator Besides working out, what else can clients do to spend their time at your facility? They can enjoy our lobby, which features a coffee and tea bar where they can sit with their friends before or after class. Is there anything else you want to add that we didn't cover? We offer classes such as Pilates, yoga, dance, and Zumba.
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    1325 East Keith Road
    North Vancouver, BC CA
  • Sundance Balloons
    Sundance Balloons' vibrant hot-air balloons float adventurous passengers over scenic landscapes. Each one-hour journey commences as sojourners greet their flight crew at a pre-determined location, receive a briefing on what to expect during the excursion, and observe their balloon as it swells to more than 10 stories in height. The woven gondolas glide 1,000 feet above the ground but can sometimes gently skim treetops or cornfields when wandering over the countryside. Since balloons drift with prevailing winds, there is no wind chill and travellers feel only a slight sensation of movement. As is tradition for ballooning, explorers of the appropriate age end their flight with a champagne toast to tranquility, beauty, and neighbourhoods that appear as giant smiley faces only visible from the air.
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    264th St
    Aldergrove, BC CA
  • False Creek Community Centre
    facet: Main type: Traditional locale: en_CA title: False Creek Community Centre facet_type_id: 13049340-5f42-1032-abe9-ed08adefbeb9 html_text: |- The waters of False Creek reach into the city of Vancouver like an arm. For years, the passage of water was used for industrial purposes, but all that changed in 1980 when the city of Vancouver decided to develop Granville Island. One of those developments was False Creek Community Centre. Today, the centre fills False Creek with an array of recreational boaters, including kayakers, canoeists, dragon boaters, and whale surfers. Back on land, the facility boasts a pottery studio, a fitness centre, tennis courts, a water park with a large kid's area, and a talented staff of instructors who teach programs and classes for kids and adults alike.
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    1318 Cartwright St.
    Vancouver, BC CA
  • Watermania
    Recipient of a British Columbia Recreation and Parks Association award for facility excellence, Watermania shelters aquatic attractions and swimming areas that drench bathing-suit-clad attendees of all ages. Patrons can practice backstrokes in a 57-metre competition pool, leap from 1- and 3-metre springboards, or use a pair of slides to drop into the water with more ease than an inflatable submarine. A wave pool enthralls tykes with a giant play structure boasting sprayers and a large seahorse that dumps water into a massive tipping bucket. Visitors aged 15 and older can relax in the steam room, whirlpool, and sauna. Rigorous workouts come to fruition in Watermania's 3,000-square-foot fitness centre equipped with 20 cardio units, Olympic weights, and exercise balls.
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    14300 Entertainment Boulevard
    Richmond, BC CA
  • Sportstown Tavern
    Two fields, a soccer shop, five indoor tennis courts, and an outdoor, heated pool. Those are just some of the amenities inside Sportstown Sports Complex, but it's also got something a little unexpected: its own sports bar. In the glow of TVs or outside on the hundred-seat patio, visitors to the kid-friendly Sportstown Tavern find brews, food, and detailed instructions on how long to wait before eating and swimming. If your thirst for competition isn't quelled by beers—or by the Thai curry mussels and housemade pizza—you can keep up the spirit of play with a game of pool or Texas Hold 'Em on Tuesday nights.
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    4991 No 5 Road
    Richmond, BC CA

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