Avg: 3.35 (3 votes)
Leigh Park celebrated its official opening on June 15, 2016. Leigh Park is a passive neighbourhood park that compliments Victoria Park which is designed to be an active neighbourhood park.

The park design includes a picnic area with open lawn spaces, an off-road cycling skills course, a designated dog off-leash area for both large and small dogs, and walking trails.

Good for beginner riders learning to gain confidence in their riding skills.


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      • 1254 Soball St, Coquitlam, BC V3B 3H7
      • Coquitlam, BC Canada
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      Aug 29, 2020
      I did one lap around. Their are 2 more side trails. Far left with small rock feature and middle left has rainbow shaped wood feature.


      • + 4
       Good for beginner riders. For anyone experienced, it's not worth it. Can be fun for a few minutes as you manual through the lumps but the corners aren't banked so any speed you gain will send you flying off the side.
      • + 3
       Their bike skills park is a good place for young kids and beginners, but for the experienced rider its very easy and the mini jumps are more suited for 20"-24" wheels, there is a nice wooden wallride and a curved bridge
      • + 2
       In great condition. Excellent for beginners and kids. But also fun for experienced riders with families. Its a great way to show your spouse and kids a tiny version of what we ride. I'll go again with my son and wife!
      • + 1
       thanks for the photos and information !

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