Golden Ears Provincial Park
Golden Ears Provincial Park is a 62,500 hectares park, and it is located at 24480 Fern Crescent, Maple Ridge, BC V4R 2S1, Canada. As one of the largest parks in the province, this park boasts of an extensive network of trails that are ideal for horseback riders and hikers. Opening hours are from 7 am to 11 pm every day. You can come along with your dog, but they must be on-leash and must be under control always.
Golden Ears Provincial Park is the perfect place to take your dog for some on-leash adventure. Aside from allowing dog visits, this park also allows activities like cycling, fishing, hiking, horseback riding, climbing, etc., which is more reason why you should control your dog. There are on-leash areas—nevertheless, while in these areas, your dog must still be under control at all times.
The 12 km trail of the Golden Ears Provincial Park is dog-friendly. This park features three large campgrounds, a lake, and the Alouette Mountain. Furthermore, you must note that dogs are prohibited from entering the main Alouette day-use area. In fact, dogs are allowed on-leash in just two beaches in this park; these beaches are the North and South beach.
Golden Ears Provincial Park offers visitors a gorgeous view from the apex of the Alouette Mountain and other higher grounds. A parking lot for visitors, pit toilets, flush toilets, playgrounds, drinking water taps, and shower buildings are a few of the facilities present in this park. There are no trestle bridges, dog water bowls, or poop bag dispensers in the Golden Ears Provincial Park. However, during summer, provisions are made for a Sani-station/ dump.
24480 Fern Crescent, Maple Ridge, BC V4R 2S1, Canada
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