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Maple Ridge, BC, Canada
24 May — 25 May2
Maple Ridge, BC, Canada
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Cheapest month:May
Most expensive month:August
Average price in Maple Ridge:C$ 148/night
Cheapest price found:C$ 73/night
Cheapest day:Monday
Most expensive day:Friday
C$ 110 - C$ 201
Average price per night / 3-star hotel. Prices are not fixed and may vary with time.
C$ 73 - C$ 195
Average price per night / 3-star hotel. Prices are not fixed and may vary with time.

Where to stay in Maple Ridge

About Maple Ridge

Maple Ridge sits between the Fraser River, verdant provincial parks and undulating mountains, where Canada’s natural beauty takes centre stage. A prosperous agriculture industry has created an exceptional dining scene that pairs perfectly with national historic sites, riverside parks and contemporary shopping malls.

Things to do

Maple Ridge is paradise for nature lovers, thanks to its surrounding provincial parks, particularly the sprawling Golden Ears Provincial Park. Along with water sports and hiking trails, this park offers secluded camping sites and the towering Golden Ears mountain. Walk around the scenic Rolley Lake at Rolley Lake Provincial Park or kick back on the sandy shores of Hayward Lake.

Discover more about the region’s fascinating history at the Fort Langley National Historic Site. This interactive open-air museum is housed in the circa-1800s Hudson’s Bay Company trading post and features ancient artefacts and live shows by costumed actors. It’s surrounded by three golf courses, including the riverside Fort Langley Golf Course.

Need some retail therapy? Head to Haney Place Mall or ValleyFair Mall to browse local boutiques. The nearby ACT Arts Centre hosts music concerts, film screenings, live theatre and an art gallery. Snap a photograph of the iconic Beast Horse Clock before enjoying classic Canadian comfort food at Big Feast Bistro or delicious Japanese cuisine at Shinobi Japanese Restaurant.

Active travellers should make a beeline for Pinecone Burke Provincial Park, where you can enjoy hiking, fishing and mountain biking in the verdant backcountry. Take the kids to WildPlay Element Parks Maple Ridge for high-ropes courses or chill out at Whonnock Lake, which has a park and auditorium.

Getting around

Maple Ridge is 15 minutes’ drive from Pitt Meadows Regional Airport and 40 kilometres from Abbotsford International Airport. The town is serviced by public buses, taxis and ferries and some areas can be explored on foot.

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Maple Ridge sits between the Fraser River, verdant provincial parks and undulating mountains, where Canada’s natural beauty takes centre stage. A prosperous agriculture industry has created an exceptional dining scene that pairs perfectly with national historic sites, riverside parks and contemporary shopping malls.

Things to do in Maple Ridge

Maple Ridge is paradise for nature lovers, thanks to its surrounding provincial parks, particularly the sprawling Golden Ears Provincial Park. Along with water sports and hiking trails, this park offers secluded camping sites and the towering Golden Ears mountain. Walk around the scenic Rolley Lake at Rolley Lake Provincial Park or kick back on the sandy shores of Hayward Lake.

Discover more about the region’s fascinating history at the Fort Langley National Historic Site. This interactive open-air museum is housed in the circa-1800s Hudson’s Bay Company trading post and features ancient artefacts and live shows by costumed actors. It’s surrounded by three golf courses, including the riverside Fort Langley Golf Course.

Need some retail therapy? Head to Haney Place Mall or ValleyFair Mall to browse local boutiques. The nearby ACT Arts Centre hosts music concerts, film screenings, live theatre and an art gallery. Snap a photograph of the iconic Beast Horse Clock before enjoying classic Canadian comfort food at Big Feast Bistro or delicious Japanese cuisine at Shinobi Japanese Restaurant.

Active travellers should make a beeline for Pinecone Burke Provincial Park, where you can enjoy hiking, fishing and mountain biking in the verdant backcountry. Take the kids to WildPlay Element Parks Maple Ridge for high-ropes courses or chill out at Whonnock Lake, which has a park and auditorium.

Getting around Maple Ridge

Maple Ridge is 15 minutes’ drive from Pitt Meadows Regional Airport and 40 kilometres from Abbotsford International Airport. The town is serviced by public buses, taxis and ferries and some areas can be explored on foot.

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