Maple Ridge

Sitting on the edge of the Fraser and resting between the Cascade Mountains to the north, Pitt Meadows to the west and Stave River to the east lies Maple Ridge. Incorporated in 1874, the municipality is the sixth-oldest in British Columbia and depended on agriculture and forestry - both industries which are still thriving in the region.

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Map of Things to do in Maple Ridge

Maple Ridge is a beautiful region with hikes along dykes lining creeks and popular park lands such as nearby Golden Ears Provincial Park with Alouette Lake, campgrounds and craggy mountain and Kanaka Creek Regional Park stretching almost the length of the municipality with a wide range of trails.

Prior to 2009, the best means of travel between the Greater Vancouver Region was a two ferries between Fort Langley and Maple Ridge. With the construction and opening of the Golden Ears Bridge, the ferry service across the Fraser River was discontinued.

An interesting place to visit, Maple Ridge and its natural, artistic and historic attractions bring an allure to the region and places to enjoy throughout the year.

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Golden Ears Provincial Park

Encompassing 62,540 hectares of land amidst the Cascade Mountains, Golden Ears Provincial Park offers many activities such as camping, boating, cycling, horseback riding, fishing, swimming and boating.

Laity Pumpkin Patch

This large family run farm is overrun with pumpkins with dozens of shapes and sizes to chose from. After picking out a pumpkin, visitors can enjoy the enchanted forest, pet the wide variety of farm animals or explore the many activities throughout the park.

Kanaka Creek Regional Park

Encompassing 400 hectares Kanaka Creek Regional Park consists of three unique areas, its foreshore at the edge of the Fraser River, the fish ladder and its northern section between Cliff Falls and the Bell Irving Fish Hatchery with unique surroundings and trails to enjoy.