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Golden Ears Provincial Park

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  1. Barbeque Area / Grill
  2. Beach Area / Water Access
  3. Boat Launch
  4. Camping
  5. Canoeing
  6. Creek and Waterfall Areas
  7. Drinking Water
  8. Fishing
  9. Lake
  10. Open Green Space
  11. Park Benches
  12. Pay Parking
  13. Playground
  14. Trails (Horse)
  15. Trails (Walking)
  16. Washrooms
  17. Wildlife Viewing
Maple Ridge is the entrance to Golden Ears Provincial Park, a playground for nature enthusiasts, hikers, mountain climbers, campers and horseback riders. This park encourages family recreation along Alouette Lake and numerous creeks, lakes and trails in the Coast Mountain Range.


The park has three vehicle accessible campgrounds:
  • Alouette has 205 sites with hot showers, flushing and pit toilets.
  • Gold Creek has 148 sites with hot showers, flushing and pit toilets.
  • North Beach has 55 sites with pit toilets, but no showers.
  • There are also two group campgrounds and walk-in back country camping.


Golden Ears Provincial Park is well known for its extensive system of hiking and walking trails. These trails vary in length and difficulty making it simple to find a trail that suits your needs. Whether you're looking to stroll along the Lower Falls trail, or tackle the Golden Ears Lookout or Alouette Mountain Hiking Trail, you are sure to be delighted by the phenomenal country scenery. Keep an eye out for breath-taking waterfalls, beautiful mountain tops and a wide variety of wildlife, including deer and beavers.

Golden Ears Provincial Park is one of Maple Ridge's many treasures. Walking or hiking through this park is sure to bring you much delight, and probably a few surprises along the way! The park is 55,625 hectares.


  • Head north on 232 Street.
  • Take a right on Fern Crescent.
  • Follow the park signs.