Coquitlam Hot Tub Covers
The city of Coquitlam in the Canadian Province of British Columbia is located on the northern banks of the Fraser River where it meets the Coquitlam River and spreads north along the Pitt River. It is a part of the region known as Metro Vancouver and is about a one and a half hour drive along a highway from central Vancouver. Coquitlam has a population of just over 125,000 inhabitants.
As Coquitlam is on the outskirts of Vancouver, the city offers tourists a great opportunity to enjoy a quiet, suburban holiday, while having the added attraction of the bright lights of a major city close by. Transportation is excellent, with buses running regularly to other cities in the Metro Vancouver area, and the West Coast Express train which goes directly into Vancouver every weekday.
Geographically, Coquitlam has a backdrop of the Ridge and the Burke and Coquitlam Mountains, with the Pitt and Coquitlam Lake contributing to the overall natural beauty of the area. The climate is mild, with warm and dry summers and rainy and snowy winters.
Tourists who choose to come to Coquitlam for their vacation will enjoy the great outdoors and the sporting facilities the city offers. Como Lake is renowned for its great fishing and outdoor facilities, although this is the spot where the city is trying to conserve its stocks of Coho Salmon and Cutthroat Trout. This area is also a wonderful locale for bird watching enthusiasts, as the Green Heron and the Great Blue Heron can be seen. The city also has two good golf courses.
Visitors to Coquitlam can cycle on the 13.1 kilometers of bicycle trails outside of the city; and on dedicated lanes within the city. For those who wish to explore further afield, there is a ferry service with connects the city to Vancouver Island and numerous destinations along the Inside Passage, including the Gulf Islands.
The city’s cultural activities are based in the central city area, where the Evergreen Cultural Centre and Art Gallery, as well as the City Centre Aquatic Complex, the Percy Perry Stadium and the City Park are all located. Coquitlam is also the home of the Pacific Symphonic Wind Ensemble and the Coastal Sound Music Academy. The historic sites of the city can be explored in Heritage Square, including the Mackin Heritage Home & Toy Museum.
Coquitlam is the ideal holiday destination. It is easy to get to, as two international airports (Vancouver International to the west of the city and Abbotsford International to the east) serve the city. The Greyhound Canada bus company has a station in the city.
There is a casino, many excellent restaurants, pubs and bars and a wide choice of hotel, motel, bed and breakfasts and camp site accommodation to suit all pockets and tastes. Many of the up market hotels in the city have Jacuzzis and hot tubs with hot tub covers in their spas or suites. These hot tub covers ensure that the highest levels of hygiene are upheld.