Welcome to Anmore
A village municipality in the Greater Vancouver Regional District, north of the city of Port Moody and along the shores of the Indian Arm. It is one of three politically independent villages in the Greater Vancouver area, the others being its neighbour Belcarra, and Lions Bay.
Anmore's property values rose by an average of 35% between 2006 and 2007, the largest property value increase in British Columbia.
Anmore is home to the Buntzen Lake recreation area, which has a popular swimming beach. Managed by BC Hydro, the lake is used to power two hydroelectric stations located on Indian Arm.
According to the 2006 census, Anmore had a population of 1,785 in that year. Median income per person for the same year was $38,996 compared to $24,867 for BC as a whole. The median household income was $109,375 compared to $65,787 for BC as a whole. 84% were Canadian born while 16% were immigrants.
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Whether you are planning a short stroll through a coastal lowland rainforest or a more adventurous hike into the surrounding mountains, the Buntzen Lake area offers a hiking trail to suit you.
There are numerous trail loops to follow, depending on your time and fitness level. Plan to be back at the parking lot 45 minutes before the recreation area closes.
Gently drift through Buntzen Lake while enjoying the beautiful scenery. A dream location for canoeing enthuisists looking to enjoy the outdoors. Canoe rentals are available in the area.
Anmore has one elementary school, one middle school, and no secondary schools. These schools are part of School District 43 Coquitlam.
Although Anmore has no secondary schools within its boundaries, there are many in the surrounding areas of Coquitlam and Port Moody which are a part of the School District 43 Coquitlam.
Transit - Bus, Skytrain & Westcoast Express Route Information
Anmore has an integrated transit system with plenty of options to get around town. The link below will provide you with transit options, schedules and trip planning tools.
For more information, visit translink.ca