There is limited availability for winter camping in Maple Ridge & Pitt Meadows. As an alternative Fort Camping offers winter camping experiences with full services.
Fort Camping at Brae Island Regional Park – the highest rated camp ground in British Columbia in Historic Fort Langley. A stay at Fort Camping will put you and your family in the heart of some of the best that British Columbia and the Vancouver area has to offer. Whether it’s fishing on the mighty Fraser River, going to see a show in downtown Vancouver, playing a round of golf at one of our many golf courses or a daytrip to Victoria or Whistler, it’s all easily accessible from Fort Camping.
Fort Camping offers 156 camping sites as well as a group tent camping area. We cater to all kinds of campers, from the largest RV needing a 50 amp pull through site to those who just want a space for their small tent. So spend a day, a week or longer at Fort Camping in Brae Island Regional Park.
Golden Ears Provincial Park
Golden Ears Provincial Park, located in Maple Ridge, is one of the largest parks in BC and offers a wide array of recreational offerings. The extensive trail system within the part provides an excellent opportunity for hiking and horseback riding. Alouette Lake is a popular spot for picnicking, swimming, windsurfing, boating, water-skiing, canoeing and fishing. The park also has three large campgrounds with a total of 409 campsites.
Until Further Notice – There is no drinking water available from the water taps or hand pumps within the park including group sites and campground.
Rolley Lake Provincial Park
Rolley Lake Provincial Park, located on the Maple Ridge/Mission border, is a great alternative to Golden Ears Park. Rolley Lake Park is predominately flat and surrounded by a lush growth of trees, offering excellent hiking and picnicking. Rolley Lake is a popular spot for swimming, fishing, canoeing and other non-motorized boating. Sixty four campsites are nestled amongst the trees just minutes from the lakeshore.
As of October 11, 2010, the park is closed for the winter. The park will re-open on April 1, 2011. Winter camping is available nearby at Golden Ears Provincial Park.