Welcome to a diverse community of young professionals, families, and empty nesters — people who value an active lifestyle, the outdoors, growth, and friendships. Nature is all around you at Kanaka Springs. A 1.2-acre central park and community hub invites residents to gather and socialize, trails weave into nature, and large, manicured yards extend from homes.
Living at Kanaka Springs is a healthy, happy, and attainable experience.
Nature is one of Maple Ridge’s greatest assets, with trails stretching deep into the wilderness and a mountain backdrop always in sight. Regional and provincial parks add to abundance of outdoor recreation opportunities with Kanaka Creek Regional Park and Golden Ears Provincial Park, British Columbia’s third largest park, setting up scenes of endless adventures for you and your family.
A habitat for a variety of wildlife, along with trails for a variety of experiences – discover the coastal rainforests and waterfalls of Kanaka Creek, just a stone’s throw away from Kanaka Springs. It’s all about the moments on the intricate trails, which includes a pedestrian bridge over Kanaka Creek, and the memories you are left with.
Flanked by rugged technical trail networks, smooth pathways, pebbled beaches, majestic lakes, and surrounded by snow-streaked peaks, Golden Ears Provincial Park is a 555 square kilometer kingdom of mountains and ancient trees. Camp at Gold Creek, walk the lower Falls Trail, hike to Golden Ears Peak, enjoy fishing and boating on Alouette Lake, and don’t forget to pack a picnic and your day belongings for the north and south beach areas. This is truly one of Maple Ridge’s greatest treasures.
A versatile mix of sporting fields and arenas to accommodate a variety of outdoor sports including hockey, football, soccer, baseball, and softball. Head down to Albion Sports Complex equipped with an outdoor concession, Planet Ice, dog park, a kids’ playground + water park. This is a great location to host events & tournaments for all ages.
Fun opportunities and activities for all ages can be discovered at Maple Ridge Leisure Centre which offer high-quality programs, services, and recreational facilities that promote active and healthy lifestyles, including a wide range of drop-in fitness classes, swimming pool and gymnasium programs.
Satisfy your cravings for fresh flavours at the local restaurants, farmer’s markets, and seafood markets. Find your style browsing the eclectic boutique shops and retailers throughout the region, and always feel relaxed, pampered and well taken care of.
Bruce’s Market started as a local fish market providing fresh caught West Coast seafood to its Albion location for their Maple Ridge and Fraser Valley customers. Though they started out with fish, and they are still on the ocean finding the best seafood products for their customers in their own fleet of fishing vessels – the market has evolved to feature an all-star deli section, vegetable section, dairy case, groceries, and gifts, along with their extensive seafood counter.
Your retail therapy is here. Offering everything from women’s and men’s fashions to kids wear, beauty, gifts, accessories and more. Find beautiful space-making products for home, and unique interior décor all under one roof. Friendly, knowledgeable, detail-oriented, experienced staff, capable of providing you with all your retail therapy needs.
Quaint places and great spaces to eat. Maple Ridge offers a vibrant and eclectic food scene with regional authenticity. Follow your tastebuds and discover where the chopping, dicing, sauteing, simmering and grilling all take shape, and treat yourself to a culinary experience.
Combining the best food with stunning views, savor culinary specialties situated on the banks of the Fraser River with a waterfront view from any seat in the house. Serving handcrafted food and a great atmosphere by the river, enjoy two seasonal patios for dining outside and comfortable booths and banquettes for when the storm watching season arrives.
Think of Big Feast as a small-town bistro with a trendy, urban atmosphere. With a focus on sourcing local ingredients, and hand-crafting great food with vegan and plant-based options for their guests, and having been featured on The Food Network’s ‘You Gotta Eat Here’, this popular dining spot has something for everyone’s palette.