Please note that these are just some general instructions to give you an idea of your options. You can visit www.translink.ca for exact schedules or use the Trip Planner widget at the bottom of the page. From the East:

Port Coquitlam

Take the #160 bus that runs through Lougheed and Barnet Highway, and along St. Johns Street. Disembark at the Moody Street stop, and walk north over the Moody Overpass to Rocky Point Park.

Coquitlam

Take the #97 bus that runs from Coquitlam Centre to Lougheed Town Centre through Port Moody. The closest stop to Rocky Point Park is at Williams Street. Walk west for 1.5 blocks until Moody Street then turn north over the Moody Overpass to the park.

Maple Ridge

Take the #701 bus to Coquitlam Centre and board the #160 Vancouver, or the #97 B-Line to Lougheed station. Please see the instructions above for details on the #97 and #160 route.

Community Shuttles

The C27 and C28 shuttles complete their route at Port Moody Station. From the station, walk west along the parking lot until the overpass, then walk over it to the park.

From the West:

Port Moody/Community Shuttles

The C24 route (via Glenayre) heading towards Port Moody Station stops at St. Johns and Moody, from here you just need to walk north over the overpass to the park. The C25 and C26 have a stop on Murray Street in front of the main parking lot of Rocky Point Park.

Vancouver or Burnaby

Take the Skytrain - Millineum Line to Lougheed Town Centre Station and transfer to the B-Line (#97) bus which takes you along North Road and Clarke Road, ending up at St. Johns Street and Williams Street. You will need to walk back about 1.5 blocks west to Moody.

Take the #160 line (begins at Burrard Station in downtown and runs along Hastings) heading towards Port Coquitlam Station. Disembark at the Moody Street stop on St. Johns Street, and walk north over the Moody Overpass to the park.

NOTE: When leaving the festival, the last #160 bus heading west (to Burnaby and Vancouver) leaves St. Johns and Moody at approximately 12:45am.

Translink Planner:

Use this handy-dandy widget!