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Golden Ears Provincial Park - North Beach Campground

Fern Crescent, Maple Ridge, BC View Map
Number of Sites: 55

As one of the largest parks in the province, Golden Ears Provincial Park is prized for its recreational opportunities. The extensive system of trails within the park provides an excellent opportunity for hiking and horseback riding, and Alouette Lake is a popular spot for swimming, windsurfing, water-skiing, canoeing, boating and fishing. There are 3 campgrounds: Gold Creek (148 sites), Alouette (206 sites), and North Beach (55 sites). There is also backcountry camping on the West Canyon Trail and Panorama Ridge, 2 group sites, 3 Day-use areas, and canoe rentals at south beach day use area. Park Size: 62,540 hectares

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Amenities

Biking Available

Biking Available

Boat Launch Nearby

Boat Launch Nearby

Dog Friendly

Dog Friendly

Fishing Nearby

Fishing Nearby

Flush Toilets Available

Flush Toilets Available

Hiking Available

Hiking Available

Mountain Biking Available

Mountain Biking Available

RV Sites Available

RV Sites Available

Sani Dump Available

Sani Dump Available

Showers Available

Showers Available

Swimming Available

Swimming Available

Tent Sites Available

Tent Sites Available

Water Available On Site

Water Available On Site

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Directions

Golden Ears Provincial Park lies in the Coast Mountains 11 km north of Maple Ridge via highway 7. Access to the park is by vehicle via Dewdney Trunk Road through the Municipality of Maple Ridge. If heading west, turn right onto 232nd and if heading east, turn left onto 232nd; then turn right onto Fern Crescent at the traffic circle and follow the road into the park. The campgrounds are approximately 11 km north of the park entrance.

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