Lower Mainland - Greater Vancouver

Operator:

SSG Holdings Ltd.

Operator website:

www.bcparks.ca



BC Parks - Lower Mainland Camping

Some of the best Provincial Park experiences in BC can be had right on its back doorstep in the Fraser Valley and Greater Vancouver. It's hard to find an outdoor adventure you can't have at Golden Ears, Cultus or Rolley Lake: boating, swimming, fishing, hiking, biking, horseback riding...the list just goes on and on.

Golden Ears

Size: 62450 Ha
Facilities: 3 campgrounds at Gold Creek (148 sites), Alouette (206 sites) and North Beach (55 sites). Backcountry camping is available on the West Canyon Trail and Panorama Ridge. There are 2 group sites, 3 day-use areas, boat launch and sani-station available. Day-use pay parking is in effect. Showers and flush toilets are available at Gold Creek and Alouette.
Location: 11 km north of Maple Ridge via Highway 7.
Largest park in province offering most outdoor activities. Canoe rentals at South Beach day-use area.

Vehicle accessible camping facilitiesWilderness/backcountry/walk-in campingGroup campsitesPicnic sitesWheelchair accessibleWaterToiletsShowersSani-station/dump facilitiesCampfires allowedHikingPlaygroundBeachSwimmingCanoeing/kayakingBoat launchFishingBicyclesPets must be on leashWindsurfingWaterskiingHorseback ridingReservations available through Discover Camping

Peach Arch (Canadian Side)

Size: 9 Ha
Facilities: Day-use area, playground.
Location: 40 km south of Vancouver at the Douglas Border Crossing.
Area straddles the 49th Parallel on the Canadian/US border. Beautiful lawns and gardens feature the Peace Arch representing lasting peace between the two countries.

Picnic sitesWheelchair accessibleWaterToiletsPlaygroundPets must be on leash

Rolley Lake

Size: 115 Ha
Facilities: 64 campsites, a day-use picnic area, hot showers, flush toilets and a sani-station, playground and sandy beach.
Location: 23 km northwest of Mission. Take Highway 7 to Maple Ridge and follow the signs.
The lake offers a sandy beach, swimming area and canoeing/kayaking (no power or electric motors). There is a walking trail around the lakeshore and wildlife viewing from the boardwalk.

Vehicle accessible camping facilitiesPicnic sitesWheelchair accessibleWaterToiletsShowersSani-station/dump facilitiesCampfires allowedHikingPlaygroundBeachSwimmingCanoeing/kayakingFishingBicyclesPets must be on leashInterpretive programsReservations available through Discover Camping