Maps & Guides

Parks, Recreation & Culture have developed outdoor recreation guides to increase your knowledge of local recreation opportunities and venues, encourage you to actively explore and enjoy the natural beauty within the community and inspire you to build and maintain an active lifestyle.

Explore ​Maple Ridge Trail Guide

Now Available! View online or pick up a printed version of the Maple Ridge Trail Guide at the Maple Ridge Leisure Centre, the City of Maple Ridge or at the Economic Development office. The Maple Ridge Trails Guide provides trail information about Albion Park, Albion Fairgrounds, Hammond Stadium, Dike Trails (216 and Jerry Sulina), Heritage Walk, Maple Ridge Park, Silver Valley, Thornhill, Maple Crest, Kanaka Creek (Fraser River and Cliff Falls), and Whonnock Lake.

There is something for everyone! Explore Maple Ridge Trails today!
Trail Guide 2018

Other Resources:

  • Horse Trails Map - Maple Ridge has always been home to horses and is known as the Horse Trail Capital of BC.
  • Maple Ridge Street Map - An overview of the streets of Maple Ridge.
  • Dyke Bike Route - Bike routes on the dykes and through the City. View points are also indicated.
  • Great Canada Trail - Formerly known as the Trans Canada Trail with more than 24,000 km of multi-use trails.