- The list below includes 29 free or cheap things to do in or near Coquitlam, British Columbia, including 45 different types of inexpensive activities like Bars, Parks, Cultural Centers and Scenic Walks.
- From Town Centre Park to Minnekhada Regional Park, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Coquitlam and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Burnaby, Delta, Blaine and Aldergrove.
The only drive-in movie theatre of the Vancouver metro area, the Twilight Drive-In provides visitors the opportunity to watch the latest Hollywood films. Concession stands are available for visitors seeking popcorn.
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26444 32 Avenue, Aldergrove, British Columbia MoreLess Info
An English-style pub, the Fox & Hounds Pub and Restaurant provides fresh meals made with locally-produced ingredients. The location's entertainment includes a DJ on Friday nights and karaoke on Saturday evenings.
Nestled off Drake Harbor, Semiahmoo Park provides a outdoor getaway with scenic views. Guests can visit a maritime museum, tour the restored cannery, or go beach-combing, picnicking or hiking along a 1.5 mile sandspit.
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12th Ave and Boundary Bay Rd, Tsawwassen, Delta, British Columbia MoreLess Info
Tsawwassen?s Centennial Beach is particularly appealing to families seeking to spend some time swimming and enjoying the sand. Moreover, it also offers picnic sites and a playground for the little ones.
Aside from being a bird-watching site within Delta, Boundary Bay Regional Park has hiking, horse riding and biking trails. It also has picnic shelters and fire pits for those wishing to barbeque on the beach.
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4620 Birch Bay Lynden Road, Blaine, WA 98230 MoreLess Info
With its miniature sized attractions like a golf course, go-kart, and train ride, Miniature World Family Fun Center offers visitors family-friendly fun. The center offers party packages that includes several attractions per person.
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Channel View Road, Bowen Island, British Columbia MoreLess Info
An undeveloped park located on Bowen Island, Apodaca Provincial Park contains a wide range of wildlife, including blacktail deer. Visitors have access to both walk-in and vehicle accessible camping areas and hunting is allowed.