Golden Ears now 100% reservable during top season
To boost visitor experience, camping in Golden Ears Provincial Park may be 100% reservable throughout the top season. First-come, first-served camping possibilities continue to exist at Alouette and North Beach Campgrounds through April, May & most of June. First-come, first-served camping continues to be available throughout every season whenever a booking just isn’t in spot.
The interest in camping in BC Parks is continuing to grow considerably over time. This has produced a need to get more booking possibilities, therefore we have all reasonable and equal usage of campsites no matter where they reside.
Alouette River Marine Campground currently closed
Because of present storm task and increasing pond levels, Alouette River Marine Campground (found in the north end of Alouette Lake) happens to be closed to camping. Assessment and cleaning associated with the web site are expected to take place quickly. Please use other marine campgrounds on Alouette Lake (Moyer Creek, The Narrows) when you look at the interim.
October 15, 2019
Golden Ears Provincial Park has become running on cold temperatures hours
At the time of 16, 2019: Golden Ears Provincial Park is now operating on winter hours october. The park gate is available 8:00am to 5:30pm daily, please leave the park by 5:30pm. If dangerous road conditions occur (snow/ice on road), the park gate will remain closed right through the day. Winter camping is present at Gold Creek Campground whenever park road is available. For updates on road conditions and closures, go to the Park OperatorвЂ™s Twitter feed @alouetteparks.
About It Park
As one of the biggest areas within the province, Golden Ears Provincial Park is prized because of its leisure possibilities. The considerable system of tracks in the park has an opportunity that is excellent hiking and riding.
Alouette Lake is really a spot that is popular swimming, windsurfing, water-skiing, canoeing, sailing and fishing. The park comes with three campgrounds that are large. Vegetation is typical associated with seaside western Hemlock forest of B.C. Therefore the mountainous backcountry is exceedingly tough.
Founded Date: December 14, 1967 Park Size: 62,540 hectares
Know Before Going
- Hikers going into the backcountry should guarantee a accountable individual is conscious of their journey plans including destination, gear carried, and planned return time.
- There clearly was a crisis shelter on Panorama Ridge from the Golden Ears Trail, readily available for crisis usage circumstances just; no instantly usage.
- Park hosts and a protection patrol can be obtained throughout the summertime.
- During the summer time, Golden Ears Provincial Park is incredibly popular, specially on weekends. Site site Visitors are advised that the park is at the mercy of closure that is periodic day-users and/or boaters as soon as the day-use and/or ship launch parking lots fill to ability. Closures generally occur on sunny weekends and breaks during July and August, and often happen between 11am and 4pm.
- Canoes and Kayaks are around for lease within the park during the Alouette (South Beach) day-use area on weekends only from May long week-end to belated June and day-to-day from late June to Labour Day. (weather permitting)
- Mobile phone solution is bad or perhaps not obtainable in numerous regions of the park, like the campgrounds and Alouette (South Beach) day-use area.
All campsite and team site reservations must certanly be made through Discover Camping. Whenever reservations aren’t available cougarlife, all campsites work as first-come, first-served.
Campsite reservations are accepted only at that park. All drive-in and walk-in campsites are reservable during peak period; there are not any first-come, first-served internet web sites.
Group Campsite Reservations
Group campsite reservations are accepted only at that park (minimum 15 grownups) year-round. Picnic/day-use area is present on a first-come, first-served foundation just and it is perhaps maybe maybe not reservable only at that park.
Location and Maps
Take note: Any maps detailed are for information only; they might maybe not express boundaries that are legal really should not be employed for navigation.
Golden Ears Provincial Park lies when you look at the Coast Mountains 11 km north of Maple Ridge regarding the north region of the Fraser River. Usage of the park is through car via Dewdney Trunk path through the Municipality of Maple Ridge. If going west, turn appropriate onto 232nd if going east, turn kept onto 232nd; then turn appropriate onto Fern Crescent during the traffic group and proceed with the road to the park. The campgrounds are about 11 north that is km of park entry.
The closest communities, towns and metropolitan areas are Maple Ridge, Mission and Pitt Meadows.
This park is serviced by Parkbus
Are you aware Parkbus can be a green, affordable transport solution from downtown Vancouver to pick BC Parks? To learn more about Parkbus, in addition to their paths and schedules, check www. Parkbus.ca or contact them at 1-800-928-7101.