What to do in Maple Ridge/Pitt Meadows ? Where do we start!

What to do in Maple Ridge? Here is a good list!

Wildplay Monkido

The new kid in the clan, WildPlay Maple Ridge brought primal fun and games to BC’s Lower Mainland in 2010. Treetop aerial adventure including ropes courses and ziplines!

Circle Farm Tour

A road map that directs you to a variety of specialty farm-gate vendors, open air markets, heritage sites, nurseries, and special events. The tours are self-guided, meaning that you travel in your own car, at your own pace, when it suits you.

Pitt Meadows Airport

Located in Pitt Meadows, BC, north of the Fraser River, Pitt Meadows Airport is your gateway to the Lower Mainland and Fraser Valley Regions.

Sky Diving

Vancouver’s Closest Skydive Centre – Tandem Skydiving – Tandem Skydiving video available – Solo Skydiving Programs – See Vancouver scenery from the air – Only 35 Km drive to skydive near Vancouver, BC

Meadows Maze

Home to the award winning Meadows Maze, one of the largest corn mazes in the Pacific North West. Other attractions inlcude a petting zoo, Bee Observatory, Lions “goat” Bridge, Hay wagon rides, concession and Corn Maze Train.

Bell Irving Fish Hatchery

Bell Irving Fish Hatchery in Kanaka Creek Regional Park. Salmon viewing and educational opportunities.

The Act

The ACT is the home for culture and live entertainment in Maple Ridge and Pitt Meadows

Scenic 7 Yellow Banner Tour

Yellow Banner Tour From pristine wilderness to championship golf courses, our communities are rich in natural beauty and first-class hospitality.

Golden Ears Park

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.

Osprey Village and South Bonson

Osprey Village - Maple Ridge

Osprey Village – Maple Ridge

A beautiful village located in the heart of a brand new community on Barnston View Road, stop by for a coffee or to get your pet groomed! Then go for a stroll on Pitt Meadows extensive Dyke network that winds through the Fraser river.

Pitt Lake and Dyke Trails

The paved 208th Street will take you to the Pitt Addington Wildlife Management Area (formerly known as Grant Narrows Regional Park) at the southern end. Camping, boating, fishing, water sports and hiking are just a few of the activities that can be enjoyed in the Pitt Lake area.

Project Fly-In

Project Fly-In is designed to welcome pilots from Canada as well as the United States to go through the Kamloops Airport and tour the wonderful community as well seeing the sights, inlcuding taking part in planned activities and guided tours.


Did you know that agri-tourism is one of the fastest growing sectors of tourism in North America today? It combines agricultural or rural settings with products, services or activities of agricultural operations – all in all, a fun experience for all ages.

Meadows Fruit Market

Fresh Blueberries from our very own farm and a selection of various other produce. Cherries, Apricots, plums, field cucumbers, zucchini, and green onions are just a few of the delicious produce available!

Golden Ears Cheesecrafters LtdThe Davison Family has been farming in Maple Ridge, B.C. since 1902 and is hand crafting a variety of artisan cheeses, fresh cheese curds and butter made with fresh cow’s milk from Davison Farms Jersey herd right next door.

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