Maple Ridge, BC
The District of Maple Ridge lies on the north shore of the Fraser River, 45 km east of the City of Vancouver. Nestled against the Coast Mountains, Maple Ridge is a community that combines small-town atmosphere with close proximity to a major trade centre. Public festivals, concerts, memorial services, and other events bring thousands of people into the downtown core and thousands more make use of the town centre facilities each day.
Welcome to the Community Festivals and Events Calendar where you will find information on fun events that you can enjoy with your family and friends. These events showcase our local culture, our beautiful natural surroundings and the many talented people in our community.
To search for a specific upcoming community event use the search tool below. If you would like to see the complete list of all upcoming events, simply click the "Search" button at the bottom of this page.
Submit an Event to be included on the calendar and/or have your event posted on the Community Reader Board located on Dewdney Trunk Road outside Municipal Hall.
If you are an event organizer or are thinking about creating a new community event, be sure to check out the "Topics of Interest" menu on the right side of your screen. You will find information that will help you in the process of planning your event in the Community Events Manual [PDF, 1.9MB]. Event organizers can access information and resources such as the Community Event Trailer, to make your event a memorable one.
Maple Ridge - Outdoor Recreation, Trails & Events Guide - Parks & Leisure
Discover Maple Ridge Weekends Begin your Maple Ridge adventure in the heart of downtown, where Memorial Peace Park plays host to a unique and happening event each and every weekend.
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Mailing Address: District of Maple Ridge 11995 Haney Place Maple Ridge, BC Canada V2X 6A9 Tel: 604-463-5221 Fax: 604-467-7329 map
Mailing Address: District of Maple Ridge 11995 Haney Place Maple Ridge, BC Canada V2X 6A9 Tel: 604-463-5221 Fax: 604-467-7329
Municipal Hall Hours: 8:00 am - 4:00 pm Monday to Friday Closed on Statutory Holidays
Residents > Parks & Leisure > Publications & Resources > Outdoor Recreation, Trails & Events Guide
Program Registration Tel: 604-465-2470
Leisure Centre Tel: 604-467-7322 Fax: 604-467-7373
Pitt Meadows Family Rec Centre Tel: 604-465-2452 Fax: 604-465-2493
Parks Administration Office Tel: 604-467-7346 Fax: 604-467-7393 firstname.lastname@example.org
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Enjoy the outdoors and leave the hustle and bustle of city life behind. From self-guided walking tours to strenuous hiking trails, Maple Ridge has something for everyone...
This 68 page guide will help you explore our community in ways you never thought possible. It will broaden your knowledge of local opportunities to be active and how to safely experience the many outdoor adventures that await you. The maps will help you to explore our extensive dike system too. The dikes were built to protect low-lying lands from flooding but also serve a recreational purpose. Ride horses, walk, and cycle amidst the beautiful natural scenery the dikes present. The lands around the dikes are also habitat to abundant wildlife and many species of birds, making the dike system a favourite area for naturalists and bird-watchers.
For enquiries or updates specific to this guide please contact Joanne Georgelin at email@example.com.
PLEASE NOTE: As information is received, pages on this website are updated from the original printed guide.
View the complete Outdoor Recreation Trails & Events Guide [PDF, 8.25MB] or choose specific sections.
Page 3-7 [PDF, 6.9MB] Welcome Message, Our Communities, Responsible Community Sharing, Map Interpretation, Health Tips Page 8-9 [PDF, 2.32MB] Annual Events Listing Page 10-14 [PDF, 2.35MB] Parks In our Communities Index, Parks Grid with Amenities listing
Professional racers and cycling enthusiasts have been coming to Maple Ridge and Pitt Meadows for years, for some of the best cycling in the Lower Mainland. You'll love our network of quiet, well-paved roads, scenic dikes, and spectacular parks. Page 15-17 [PDF, 1.7MB] Bicycling: Tips & Resources, Bicycle Network Maps
Maple Ridge offers a unique network of horse trails that are protected under the Official Community Plan. The trail network encompasses over 100 km of local riding and hiking trails, as well as 50-60 km in nearby Golden Ears Provincial Park. Page 18-22 [PDF, 2.6MB] Equestrian Horse Trail Capital of BC / Trail Etiquette & Safety / Equestrian Trails West / Equestrian Trails Central / Equestrian Trails East
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Page 24-27 [PDF, 7.73MB] Heritage - Maple Ridge Heritage Plaque Index Map / Pitt Meadows Heritage Walk / Port Haney Heritage Walk: This short paved walking trail takes you through the heart of Port Haney, one of the oldest neighbourhoods in Maple Ridge. Identify places as you pass by 12 heritage sites and buildings. Start enjoying the built heritage of Port Haney! Parking at Maple Ridge Museum. Tel: 604-463-5311 firstname.lastname@example.org
Page 58 [PDF, 779KB] Outdoor Sport & Golf Clubs Page 59 [PDF, 2MB] Recreation & Sport Facilities Page 60 [PDF, 1.11MB] Running & Walking Clubs Page 61 [PDF, 997KB] RV & Camping Sites Page 62-63 [PDF, 2MB] Water Recreation - Outdoor Pools / Spray Parks & Clubs / Water Safety & Marine Ethics Page 64-65 [PDF, 4.11MB] Youth Programs & Action Parks Page 66-67 [PDF, 1.76MB] Sourcing Your Community
Page 28 [PDF, 453KB] Index of Trail Maps Page 29 [PDF, 782KB] Airport Dike Walk Page 30 [PDF, 712KB] South Bonson Neighbourhood Trails Page 31 [PDF, 1.03MB] Harris Landing & Shoreline Park Page 32 [PDF, 976KB] Hawk Rotary Loop Page 33 [PDF, 736KB] Osprey Rotary Loop Page 34 [PDF, 780KB] Blue Heron Rotary Loop Page 37 [PDF, 871KB] Jerry Sulina Park
Please Note: January, 2011 - The park is currently undergoing a change in management. Amenities are limited.
Page 35 [PDF, 3.04MB] Grant Narrows Regional Park Page 36 [PDF, 938KB] Widgeon Creek
The longest trail in the world, stretching 16,400 km. The trail includes every province and territory, most major cities and some smaller towns and communities. We are proud to have 21.5 km running through Maple Ridge and Pitt Meadows and encourage you to explore our section of this amazing trail. The Trans Canada Trail begins in Pitt Meadows at the corner of Lougheed Highway and the old Dewdney Trunk Road. The paths include some country scenery as well as city surroundings. Experience the best of both worlds! www.tctrail.ca/ Page 38 [PDF, 1.57MB] Trans Canada Trail (West Region) Page 39 [PDF, 1.67MB] Trans Canada Trail (East Region) Page 40 [PDF, 958KB] Maple Ridge Park
More than 5,000 ha. of working forest to walk through including 35 km of trails. These are colour-coded and range from 1.4 km (45 min.) to 6.5 km (3 hours) in length. Each trail loops back to the forest gates. www.mkrf.forestry.ubc.ca/ Page 41 [PDF, 1.08MB] UBC Malcolm Knapp Research Forest Page 42 [PDF, 1.14MB] Silver Valley
Hiking, walking, mountain biking, and horseback riding. Spirea Trail is a pleasant wheelchair-accessible walk offering wide pathways, long boardwalks, and low grade slopes. Alouette Mountain 11 km trail which takes 9-10 hours return, and the 12 km trail to Golden Ears is a 7 hour one-way overnight trip. Intermediate skills and proper hiking equipment required. Page 43 [PDF, 980KB] Spirea Nature Trail Page 44 [PDF, 934KB] Mike Lake & Area Trails
12 km of beautiful walking trails along Kanaka Creek stretching from 232 Street at River Road past 272 Street. You will visit a fish hatchery and waterfalls along the way. Page 45 [PDF, 1MB] Riverfront Trail Page 46 [PDF, 1.08MB] Rainbow Bridge & Fish Fence Page 47 [PDF, 941KB] Cliff Falls Page 48 [PDF, 905KB] Cliff Falls & Bell Irving Hatchery Page 49 [PDF, 958KB] Riebolt Park Page 50 [PDF, 1MB] Albion Park Page 51 [PDF, 890KB] Allco Park
Page 52 [PDF, 964KB] Whonnock Woodscreek Road & Trail Page 53 [PDF, 879KB] Whonnock Neighbourhood Road & Trail Page 54 [PDF, 965KB] Whonnock Lake Park Page 55 [PDF, 965KB] Woodlot W0007 Page 56 [PDF, 938KB] Hayward Lake Page 57 [PDF, 429KB] Maple Ridge Centre to Mission
A walkway and cycle route runs between the CPR inter-modal facility and the Lougheed Highway in Pitt Meadows. The pathway is 2.5 km from McMyn Road to the Kennedy Road and Lougheed Highway intersection. A pond installed at the eastern end of the area, is rapidly becoming established as an attractive patch of wetland habitat.
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