Our Neighbourhoods

Maple Ridge is made up of several notable neighbourhoods and historical areas. Many are identified with a significant cultural group or historical event and are well over 100 years old.


The Albion Fairgrounds is used year-round to host many various events, such as: Country Fest, Caribbean Festival, Home Show and many more. The Albion Sport Complex is home to Planet Ice (Ice Rink) and Golden Ears Winter Club (Curling Club).

Port Hammond

Port Hammond in Maple Ridge, BC is rich with history and has an abundance of character. It is a popular film location and TV series like Arrow and Flash return year-after-year to film in the Maple Meadows Business Park.

Port Haney

Historically, Port Haney was the steamboat landing as well as the CPR station in the area. Other heritage buildings from around the City of Maple Ridge were relocated to Port Haney to preserve them and enhance the heritage flavour of the neighbourhood.


Ruskin has a long history of lumber and sawmills with a number of shake and sawmills still active along the Stave River. The Ruskin Community Hall remains an important meeting place for the local community.

Silver Valley

Silver Valley is located on the north side of the Alouette River and is a gateway to popular recreation areas for residents and visitors alike, with stunning views and access to fantastic trail networks.


Thornhill is a heavily forested, mainly residential area with several farms and nurseries where you can purchase fresh produce during peak seasons. There is a large mountain biking and hiking trail network on 256 Street, with a total of 17 trails considered to be moderately difficult and typically take an hour to complete. Outdoor enthusiasts can enjoy this trail network year-round.

Town Centre

The City of Maple Ridge Town Centre is walkable and vibrant with shops, services, entertainment and recreational activities. Absorb some local flavour at the many festivals and events offered throughout the year or visit The ACT Arts Centre, a local gem with entertaining performances, intriguing art exhibitions and programs for all ages to try something new. While you are exploring the Town Centre, keep an eye out for our many public art installations and tile mosaics.

Webster's Corners

Located near the border of Maple Ridge and Mission, just off Dewdney Trunk Road, Webster's Corners features a network of trails for mountain bikers in the BCIT Woodlot. It is also an active hub for film production in Maple Ridge.


Whonnock Lake Park is a popular recreation destination with a small sandy beach, a swimming area, hiking trails, and a new playground. The Ridge Canoe and Kayak Club is based on Whonnock Lake.


Yennadon is an active agricultural production area and a major recreation centre. The Maple Ridge Park is a popular picnic area with a playground and spray park for the kids. You will find WildPlay Element Park, Equutrails horseback trail riding, Black Sheep Public House and Golden Ears Provincial Park.

Port Hammond/The Ridge

Emmeline Mohun Park,
Hammond Community Centre,
Hammond Park,
Hammond Stadium,
Jordan Park,
Tolmie Park

Port Haney

Brickwood Park,
Callaghan Park,
Holly Park,
Jim Hadgkiss Park,
Storey Green Mini Park


Ruskin Community Hall,
Ruskin Park


Thornhill Hall,
Thornhill Park


Selvey Park,
Whonnock Lake Park,
Whonnock Lake Centre


Allco Park,
Davidson's Pool