City of Maple Ridge Visitor Guide 2021-2022

Discover new things to do and experience in Maple Ridge, where your adventure begins!

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Visitor Information Maple Ridge Tourism

Maple Ridge is a great destination for an active lifestyle. Nestled between the Fraser River and the iconic Golden Ears Mountain to the north, you will find ample opportunities to walk, hike, bike, or travel by horseback, canoe or kayak. After a long day of fun, our community is also the place to unwind and enjoy the best of what nature has to offer with a sophisticated urban setting nearby. Maple Ridge is just minutes away from Golden Ears Provincial Park, Alouette Lake, Kanaka Creek Regional Park, the UBC Research Forest, and has over 200 kilometers of multi-use trails. This active community offers a robust sports and equestrian culture and a well-established Agri-tourism industry. It also hosts various festivals such as Country Fest, the Caribbean Festival, Celebrate the Night and Glow Maple Ridge.

Loon Lake Lodge and Retreat Centre A nature-based, destination experience awaits you less than an hour from Vancouver, British Columbia. Discover Maple Ridge’s Loon Lake Lodge & Retreat Centre, situated in the UBC Research Forest. Loon Lake Lodge accommodates up to 174 individuals with corporate-ready, Whistler-style facilities. It also features well-maintained dormitories, ideal for students, large families, or those working within a budget. This stunning lodge offers a modern gymnasium, a variety of nature trails, personal watercraft, a ropes course, a climbing wall, rock climbing and rappelling options. For more details visit:

Visitor Information: City of Maple Ridge | Economic Development 11995 Haney Place Maple Ridge, British Columbia Open Monday to Friday, 8 am to 4 pm Email: Phone: 604-463-5221 #discovermapleridge

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Welcome to Maple Ridge Maple Ridge is nestled in one of the most beautiful natural settings in British Columbia. Our city is home to spectacular outdoor areas such as the UBC Research Forest, Cliff Falls, Loon Lake and Golden Ears Provincial Park. Maple Ridge’s geography is just part of the picture. Our founders, from the Katzie and Kwantlen First Nations to the early settlers, whose names are celebrated on street signs and parks, are also a defining part of this community. For the outdoor enthusiast, Maple Ridge offers an endless array of areas for hiking, cycling, mountain biking, kayaking, wildlife viewing and more. After an exhilarating day of adventure, complete your experience by exploring the Maple Ridge Ale Trail for a taste of local craft beer. Maple Ridge is rich in arts and culture, hosting many festivals and community events year-round. Be sure to visit the town centre when it is brilliantly illuminated for GLOW Maple Ridge and Celebrate the Night, or spend time exploring our many unique shops and boutiques. We have incredible entrepreneurs who have created a vibrant local economy.

It is this combination of place, history and people that inspires and defines our community. With the travel ban lifting, we are pleased to once again open our doors and invite visitors to enjoy our remarkable oasis of natural surroundings and many one-of-a-kind opportunities to eat, drink and shop. We also have a variety of new experiences for you to discover, including pop-up patios and dog-friendly dining and shopping. On behalf of Council, welcome to our beautiful city. We hope your visit to our community will leave you spellbound, from the breathtaking views of the Fraser River to the sweeping sights of the Golden Ears Mountains and the charm of our shops, eateries and people.

The Best Western Maple Ridge Hotel provides clean and comfortable accommodations for overnight visits to Maple Ridge. Popular amenities include a pool and hot tub, fitness facilities, a complimentary breakfast, ample parking and pet-friendly room options.

Mike Morden, Mayor City of Maple Ridge

Located at 21650 Lougheed Highway Maple Ridge, BC V2X 2S1 Call: 1-604-467-1511 · Toll Free: 1(800) 780-7234.



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Part of Metro Vancouver, Maple Ridge is a short distance from major airports, ferry terminals, and the U.S. border.

By Bus TransLink is Metro Vancouver’s public transportation network and services residents and visitors within the local communities. Plan your trip using TransLink’s Online Trip Planner: By Train The West Coast Express travels between Maple Ridge and Vancouver. It is a commuter train that makes five trips daily, Monday to Friday, with two stops in Maple Ridge: Maple Meadows Station and Port Haney Station. It departs Maple Ridge in the morning and returns in the evening. View the West Coast Express schedule for details. Getting to Maple Ridge

Indigenous Culture

Maple Ridge recognizes the traditional territories of the Katzie and Kwantlen First Nations and respectfully acknowledges the many nations represented by the urban First Nations, Métis and Inuit population in the Fraser Valley and Metro Vancouver Area. Maple Ridge has been home to Indigenous peoples

By Air Maple Ridge is close to international and domestic airports. Vancouver International Airport (YVR) Abbotsford International Airport (YXX) Pitt Meadows Regional Airport (YPK) By Car Plan your road trip by car with Google maps:

for more than 10,000 years. Traditionally, Maple Ridge was known by its Halkomelem name, Q’wa?acstan’ which translates into “the place where the golden eagles are.” A downtown art mural created by Kwantlen First Nation artist, Brandon Gabriel, celebrates our deep-rooted past and rich culture by depicting golden eagles superimposed over the Golden Ears Mountains.

The third week of June, Maple Ridge celebrates National Indigenous Peoples Day in Memorial Peace Park. The special day includes drumming, storytelling, dancing, arts vendors, a Bannock cook-off, children’s activities and a full day of traditional activities to highlight the unique heritage, diverse cultures and outstanding achievements of the First Nations, Inuit, and Métis peoples of Canada.



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Welcome to Maple Ridge 5 Getting to Maple Ridge 6 Indigenous Culture 7 Maple Ridge Fast Facts 8 Celebrating the Seasons 9 Discover… 10 Choose Your Adventure 12 Map 14 Family Favourites 16 Sports 18 Table of Contents

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BC Ale Trail – Maple Ridge 24 Quintessential Maple Ridge Dining 25 Drive the Scenic BC Highway 7 26 Dog Friendly Maple Ridge 26 Accommodations 27

Celebrating the Seasons Music, Dancing, Food & Fun Maple Ridge has several festivals and annual parades, such as the Santa Claus Parade & Christmas in the Park, Earth Day, Canada Day, GETI Fest, Adstock Music Festival, Indigenous Peoples Day celebrations, Celebrate the Night Halloween & Fireworks event, the Caribbean Festival and one of the longest-running B.C. agricultural fairs, Country Fest, at the fairgrounds. Each November 11, Maple Ridge celebrates one of the largest Remembrance Day ceremonies in the Lower Mainland. This event is hosted by the Royal Canadian Legion Branch #88 with many veterans in attendance for the moving Cenotaph ceremony. Glow Maple Ridge – From the end of November to the first week of January, Maple Ridge transforms into a magical wonderland of dazzling lights, holiday music and glittering illumination. Traditional red bells line downtown streets and Memorial Peace Park is decked out with giant ornaments, a light tunnel, a glowing bandstand, and thousands of sparkling lights. Participating businesses join the fun, lighting up their storefronts in an old-fashioned Christmas village theme and offer their own special events and themed

merchandise inside their stores. Visitors and residents vote for their favourite decorated storefronts and join in the carol singing, dancing, musical entertainment and the popular annual lighting of the Community Dancing Tree. Bundle up warm and embrace the crisp outdoors to enjoy these enchanting holiday displays. Take family photos and selfies in front of the amazing illuminations; then warm up with a visit to local restaurants and shops. Be sure to tag your photo experiences with #glowmapleridge. From May to October, Fraser North Farmers Market is held every Saturday from 9:00 am until 2:00 pm at Memorial Peace Park. At many festivals year-round and every Tuesday summer evening in Memorial Peace Park, the ever- popular Maple Ridge Concert Band, established in 1946, entertains the community with Dixieland, big band swing, Broadway musicals and more.

Maple Ridge Fast Facts Maple Ridge was incorporated as a District Municipality in 1874, which made the community British Columbia’s fifth-oldest municipality. In 2014, Maple Ridge upgraded its status to a city. Currently Maple Ridge has a population of 92,000. The city has a number of historical neighbourhoods, each of which is associated with a significant cultural

group or historical event. These unique areas include Albion, Haney (downtown), Iron Mountain, Kanaka Creek, Port Hammond, Ruskin, Silver Valley, Thornhill, Websters Corners, Whonnock and Yennadon. Discover interesting stories and photos of these neighbourhoods on the Maple Ridge Museum website: For more details visit: 



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Our Parks and Trails Maple Ridge is known for its scenic, forested charm with ample room to spread out in peaceful, natural settings. Explore the beauty of old-growth forests, spacious parks, hiking trails and lovely lakes and winding rivers. Discover spectacular settings for bird watching, wildlife viewing, paddling, horseback riding, fishing, cycling, mountain biking and walking the dog. Explore Trails Along the Dykes A popular entry point to the dykes is Jerry Sulina Park in Maple Ridge. These dykes were built over a hundred years ago to protect the land from flooding. Today, they form a popular trail system for joggers, dog walkers, and bird-watchers. Enjoy some of the best scenery in the Lower Mainland including the Golden Ears Mountains, the Alouette River, cranberry and blueberry fields, duck ponds and more. Visit for trail maps and details and be sure to check out the Humble Roots Cranberry Loop.

Equestrian Centers Maple Ridge is a very horse friendly community and you will regularly see horses and riders along the numerous trails and paths, or trotting beside the dyke system. Equestrian facilities include Maple Ridge Equi-Sports Centre, Empire Equestrian Centre, Seabrook Stables,

Eco-tourism Visit Raptors Ridge, view wildlife on the North Alouette Greenway, or go bird watching at Whonnock Lake. Learn about the Bell Irving Fish Hatchery’s salmon enhancement program or tour the Allco Park fish hatchery. Raptors Ridge is home to over 28 species of birds. Through conservation and education, Raptors Ridge ensures sustainability by helping people to better understand the connection between the forces of nature and human innovation. Raptors Ridge provides fun, engaging, and hands-on learning experiences to create special memories for participants. In addition to the hatchery, Metro Vancouver Regional Parks has built an impressive ‘Stewardship Centre’ that fits hand-in-glove with a natural ecosystem area and the pristine Kanaka Creek Regional Park.

Agri-tourism Explore our countryside and check out our community’s agricultural roots. Agri-tourism showcases rural settings with products, services, or activities related to agricultural operations. Discover fun experiences for all ages. Agri-tourism activities in Maple Ridge include visits to Bruce’s Country Market, Duende Farms, Golden Ears Cheesecrafters, Grow and Gather at Trice Farms, the North Fraser Farmers Market, the Laity Pumpkin Patch, Leghorn Ranch and Timberline Ranch. Maple Ridge – Fraser North Farmers Market The summer farmers market takes place every Saturday, May to November, 9 am to 2 pm, in Memorial Peace Park, on 224th Street in downtown Maple Ridge. Shop for bread, vegetables, fruit, jewelry, plants, fabric art, paintings and more, while you listen to local musicians and chat with community members.

Leghorn Ranch, and Timberline Ranch.



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Cycle Maple Ridge Maple Ridge is a bike friendly community that offers several streets with dedicated bike lanes. You can also enjoy beautiful, scenic cycling routes along the dyke trails as you meander past farmland, wetlands, and forest. Enjoy the feeling of spaciousness and wide, open horizons, surrounded by big sky and vast agricultural fields. Planet Ice Maple Ridge Offers two National Hockey League (NHL)-sized ice rinks, seating capacity for 1,250 for sporting events or 2,000 for concert events, a sports bar and grill, and a pro shop. Planet Ice is home to the Ridge Meadows Flames and the Maple Ridge Burrards. Skiing and Snow Sports Maple Ridge is just a short drive to the local mountains. We are located just one hour from Sasquatch Mountain Resort, Seymour Mountain, Grouse Mountain, Cypress Mountain, and two hours from the world-class skiing resort at Whistler Blackcomb. WildPlay The WildPlay Element Park is an obstacle course in the sky. It has walk-through wobbly bridges, unknot tightropes, ziplines, swing and log ladders. Perfect for people who are afraid of heights because you proceed at your own pace. The obstacle course becomes even more challenging the higher it gets - just ignore the shaking in your legs.

Choose Your Adventure Golden Ears Provincial Park This provincial park is named after the prominent twin peaks commonly referred to as ‘Golden Ears’. Maple Ridge is on the north side of the Fraser River, and the park’s south end is located on the northern edge of the City of Maple Ridge. Camp, hike, horseback ride, fish, canoe, windsurf, and water-ski, in a park prized for its recreational opportunities. AirRec Centre An indoor recreation centre for bikes, scooters, and skateboards. There are dirt jumps, skate parks, vertical walls and more. Maximize your airtime and show off your skills!

Delta Force Paintball Quality game zones in exciting, cinematic settings. Professionally staffed and operated. Helicopter Tours Have the experience of a lifetime as you explore the stunning Maple Ridge backcountry and the city skyline with commercial helicopter pilots who have extensive knowledge of Maple Ridge. Mountain Biking Adrenaline seekers will find a thrilling network of rides. Visit for maps and details. Book now: 1 855 595 0123



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Skateboarding and BMX: Albion Mountain Skills Park has jumps, a track, a trials area and a trail for all skill levels and types of cyclists. Thomas Haney Youth Action Parks is a professionally designed park with 17,000 square feet of modern plaza and bowl terrain. All levels of skateboarding, in-line, and BMX riding can be accommodated. Spectator seating is available for socializing. The Maple Ridge Woodlot has been painstakingly created by a small group of riders who have built a mountain bikers’ paradise of twisting ramps, ladders, jumps and steep descents. It is the place to ride in Maple Ridge for intermediate and advanced riders. Whonnock Lake The perfect place for a full day of fun. Take the entire family and enjoy the beautiful lake view. Based on the time of year, bring lawn chairs, beach blankets, towels, Frisbees, a volleyball, a good book, a swimsuit, and good quality sunscreen. Local kids say Whonnock Lake boasts the world’s largest tadpoles. They can be found in the shallow waters on the shore of the lake. Beside an ample grassy playground, there is an excellent small beach. There is also a gazebo that can be reserved and used for barbecues or to serve as a rain shelter. To reserve the picnic shelter, please go online, or call our Customer Experience Team at 604-467-7422.

Family Favourites Maple Ridge Park at 23200 Fern Crescent, along the scenic Alouette River, is a popular favourite for family fun, water play, BBQ’s and hiking. Albion Sports Complex spray park on 104th has an interesting design with a water tunnel and adjustable water levels.

Spray Parks Albion Sports Complex - 23778 104 Avenue

Cedar Park Country Lane Estates North - 23735 - 132nd Ave. Cedar Park Country Lane Estates South - 24299 – 102A Ave.

Deer Fern Park – 13393 – 236th Street Blaney Hamlet Park - 13712 230A Street Firefighters Park - 11240 238 Street

For more information, call: 604-467-7322

Spray Parks are a fun and refreshing way to cool off on hot summer days.

Swimming Pools The Maple Ridge Leisure Centre at 11925 Haney Place offers a fitness centre, group fitness classes, a

gymnasium, two indoor pools, and a hot tub.

Hammond Outdoor Pool is open for drop-in activities and aqua fitness during the summer months. Enjoy some water recreation in the great outdoors at 20601 Westfield Avenue, Maple Ridge.



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Sports Sports and Fitness

Museums & Heritage Buildings Maple Ridge Museum

Haney House Museum A fixture of Haney since 1883, this family home was built by Thomas Haney, who purchased 145 acres of land which would eventually become the town of Haney. As the name suggests, his family were the original founders of the Haney neighbourhood, and three generations of his descendants lived in the house until 1979 when the home was donated to the city to become a historic house museum. Billy Miner Alehouse and Café The Billy Miner Alehouse and Café is an authentic watering hole that is steeped in its own heritage, hearkening back to simpler, yet adventurous, frontier times around the turn of the century. Formerly a bank in the historical Port Haney neighbourhood, the two-story, wood-framed structure has all the stylistic cues that were typical of early, main-street buildings. Massive freight trains roar by while the gently flowing Fraser River poses a serene backdrop. For a glimpse into the past, discover a local favourite known for its belly-warming food and refreshing craft beer. Port Haney Heritage Walk For a self-guided tour, Maple Ridge has a Port Haney Heritage walking tour that connects several heritage sites on a scenic route near the Fraser River. For more details and the Port Haney Heritage map, visit .

Golfing One of the first European settlers, in what is now known as the City of Maple Ridge, was John McIver, a Scot who homesteaded on acreage that includes today’s Maple Ridge Golf Course. His property had a ridge topped by fine maple trees, so McIver called his farm “Maple Ridge.” The historic Maple Ridge Golf Course, which sits high above the mighty Fraser River, was established in 1926 and was one of the first golf courses built in the Fraser Valley. It is a truly peaceful setting with rolling hills surrounded by majestic maple and cedar trees. competitive sports, do yoga and more. OTHER Golf Courses Golden Eagle Golf Club Hacker’s Haven Meadow Gardens Golf Club Pitt Meadows Golf Course Swan-e-Set Bay Resort and Country Club

To stay active and social, Maple Ridge offers a variety of outdoor and indoor sports and fitness opportunities. We meet the interests of all ages and abilities. You can hike, fence, cycle, canoe, kayak, play sports ball, volleyball, swim, skate, participate in competitive sports, do yoga and more. Hometown Heroes Maple Ridge celebrates exceptional sports talent and the many minor league sports organizations and school athletic programs; plus, the program highlights the thousands of volunteer hours of dedicated coaches, teachers and parents. This commitment to nurturing sports development is the reason so many renowned athletes from Maple Ridge were members of local youth sport organizations and went on to achieve an international level within their chosen sport. A few of the hometown heroes include Debbie Brill, a world-class high jumper; Jim Robson the trusted “Voice of the Vancouver Canucks” for over 25 years; Larry Walker a major league baseball player; Karina LeBlanc, Olympian star in soccer; and hockey players Cam Neely, Andrew Ladd, and Brandon Yip.

Connect the past, present and future through the extensive collection of archives and artifacts at the Maple Ridge Museum and Haney House. Be a kid again and discover one of the finest model railroad displays of the area. Port Haney Port Haney was named after Thomas Haney, a brickmaker, who owned much of the property that became the Haney neighbourhood community. His land was subdivided when the CPR rail line was built and the historical downtown, near the railway station and the Port Haney wharf, became the first commercial and residential centre. Learn more about our history at the Maple Ridge Museum, the old Brickyard office, Haney House, St. Andrew’s Church Hall, and the Billy Miner Alehouse (formerly the Bank of Montreal).



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The ACT Arts Centre Participate, engage, and play at The ACT Arts Centre, a local gem with entertaining performances, intriguing art exhibitions, and programs for all ages.

Filmed in Maple Ridge Ready, set, action! Maple Ridge is a hotspot for filming. Over 15 productions a month happen here and at least 233 other productions have been filmed as well. The geographic diversity of the area, with abundant mountainous parkland, a bustling urban core, peaceful rural roads, and the waters of the Fraser River, provides a versatile backdrop for Hollywood productions. Some of Hollywood’s biggest celebrities have filmed here including Robert Redford, John Travolta, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Liam Neeson, Charlize Theron, Susan Sarandon, and Uma Thurman. A few of the movies filmed in Maple Ridge include: Welcome to Marwen (2018), Life on the Line (2015), The X-Files (1998), Jumanji (1995), Needful Things (1993), Bird on a Wire (1990), and We’re No Angels (1989). TV series produced in our area include The Crossing, The Order, The Flash, iZombie, The 100, Arrow, Supergirl, Stargate SG-1, and MacGyver. Some commercials were made here for Ocean Spray, Crayola, Fed Ex, IBM, Subaru, Ford, Toyota, Land Rover, BMW, and Volkswagen.

Discover Maple Ridge’s Artistic Flair Performance venues in Maple Ridge are situated in the ACT Arts Centre and Theatre, the bandstand in Memorial Peace Park, and various theatres in local secondary schools. Maple Ridge is a dynamic art, theatre, and culture center. It offers many ways to explore new ideas, points of view, and maybe even change your outlook on life. It is a gathering place for artists and the community, and has a rich history of local art. The Arts Centre and Theatre is the perfect place to showcase first-class entertainment and is a superb facility for business functions and networking.



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Dewdney Shopping Corridor Along the Dewdney Shopping Corridor you will find pockets of unique shops and services, impressive bakeries, spas and salons, breweries, gastro pubs and much more. Each of the main shopping centers are accessible from Dewdney Trunk Road, which spans the entire length of Maple Ridge from east to west. Around the City Hall area is where most of the health and wellness services are located, as well as several fitness centres. The public library is also accessible off Dewdney Trunk Road. West Lougheed Shopping Corridor As you arrive from the west into Maple Ridge, the West Lougheed Shopping Corridor features two shopping centers, Westridge and Westgate, with approximately 70 shops and services. West Lougheed is where you will find the majority of vehicle services, car rentals, home improvement, renovations and garden stores. This shopping area is a mecca for the Do-It-Yourself enthusiast. Many popular restaurants and pubs, along with hotels and motels, are also found along the West Lougheed Shopping Corridor. Town Centre Lougheed Shopping Corridor This area is home to many of the insurance and financial institutions in Maple Ridge. The Town Centre Lougheed Shopping Corridor includes Maple Ridge’s two indoor shopping centres, Haney Place Mall and Valley Fair Mall. It attracts a wide range of clientele, from art and décor enthusiasts to food lovers. There are plenty of great eats to tide you over while shopping.

Shopping Boutique Shops, Antiques & Much More! Shop in historic Haney. Rich history, first-rate Canadian artists, and a contemporary, emerging arts scene give Maple Ridge its unique cultural flavour that reflects a little bit of country and a little bit city. Experience the places and people that make Maple Ridge a welcoming and connected community with a lively culture and distinctive neighbourhoods. 224 Street Some of the best shopping in Maple Ridge is on 224th Street, which offers shops and services at affordable prices. It is a quaint shopping district, nestled between Lougheed Highway and Dewdney Trunk Road. Some interesting places to visit are a tea and whimsical gift shop, a kids’ boutique store, a jewelry store, art shops, a florist, and home décor. You will also find The ACT Arts Centre, the Parks and Recreation Leisure Centre and the iconic Maple Ridge bandstand in Memorial Peace Park. let’s go

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BC Ale Trail – Maple Ridge

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The Maple Ridge Ale Trail is a celebration of all the amazing local food and drink produced in our part of the BC Lower Mainland. Four local craft breweries and four pubs are part of the Ale Trail. Their offerings, flavors, and hospitality are distinctly Maple Ridge, while their craftsmanship, obsession to detail, and quality are on par with some of the world’s most-loved craft beers. Whether you are an adventure seeker, nature junkie, armchair historian, beer snob or foodie, we invite you to indulge in what Maple Ridge has to offer. One thing is certain, for every life celebration, we have a local beer to match!

Quintessential Maple Ridge Dining We have it all. From casual steakhouses, West Coast eateries and hearty pub meals, to family-style restaurants, ethnic cuisine and fast-food outlets, there is something for every palate! Savour fresh, organic ingredients used in some of our restaurants ‘best of the season’ menus and pair your entrée with a crisp BC wine or local craft beer.

Humble Roots Cafe and Deli Locally sourced foods, with a farm-to-table theme, for the highest quality, freshest food available. The patio offers views of horses in the field across the way. Big Feast Bistro and Retail A small, cozy bistro with a patio located in the urban centre of Maple Ridge. Enjoy a menu made from

Kingfishers Waterfront Bar and Grill Taste the local flavours and amazing selection of craft beers and BC wines as you bask in the incredible indoor and outdoor patios that boast a stunning view of the Fraser River, no matter where you sit. Chameleon Restaurant Maple Ridge Located in downtown Maple Ridge, Chameleon offers a chic, sophisticated restaurant and lounge, right at the heart of the city.

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Drive the Scenic BC Highway 7

#BCRoute7 Year-round hiking, boating, camping, horseback riding, and biking are just a few of the outdoor attractions along the Scenic Highway 7. Also known as the Lougheed Highway, the Scenic 7 provides a link between Vancouver and Hope that is off the beaten path. From extreme adventures to simple, warm hospitality, there is something for everyone in Mighty Fraser Country.

Accommodations Spectacular West Coast Forests with Big City Convenience

Whether you seek a place to sleep under the stars as a fire crackles beside you, or a place to enjoy a gourmet spread at a beautiful Bed & Breakfast surrounded by nature’s beauty, Maple Ridge offers a variety of accommodations in a range of budgets. From rustic retreats to kid-friendly hotels, we will ensure your needs are met.

Golden Ears Provincial Park Campsites

Loon Lake Lodge and Retreat Centre A year-round meeting, conference, and retreat destination, tucked snugly into the heart of the

Dog Friendly Maple Ridge

Vehicle-accessible camping spots are available, year-round, in Golden Ears Provincial Park. Alouette and Gold Creek have toilets, showers, water taps, and a playground. North Beach has pit toilets and one-hand pumps for water.

University of British Columbia’s Malcolm Knapp Research Forest. What draws guests to the Loon Lake Lodge and Retreat Centre is the convenience and the peacefulness. Maple Ridge Tranquil Place Bed and Breakfast

#dogfriendlymapleridge Explore Maple Ridge’s off-leash dog parks, beautiful nature trails, and dog friendly businesses. For pups who love to run free, the city offers six off-leash dog parks and many beautiful parks and nature trails for dogs on leash.

Albion Stay This clean, quiet, and comfortable bed and breakfast in the Albion neighbourhood offers a children’s playground, garden views, and a relaxing hot tub. Best Western Maple Ridge Hotel Located close to downtown, this hotel offers a pool, gym, and free parking. It also has pet friendly rooms for your furry friend.

Visit our website for information about dog friendly patios, off-leash dog parks and trails, pet retail stores and dog services. If you travel with your pooch, you will dig our dog-loving community!

Guests at this B&B will enjoy a fully-equipped kitchen, a patio with river views, and many options for cycling nearby.



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