Maple Ridge is a charming District Municipality, located in British Columbia, northeastern of Metro Vancouver, with a total population of 73.969 residents, according to the 2011 census. The District of Maple Ridge was incorporated September 12, 1874, and it is British Columbia's sixth oldest municipality.
The industry in Maple Ridge includes forestry and agriculture and continues to be the largest private sector employer in the district. Maple Ridge is made up of several historical areas, that are often identified with a specific cultural group. Due to these historical areas, Maple Ridge is an eclectic town, where you can spend the holiday or a weekend getaway.
Golden Ears Provincial Park is the place that has everything for everyone. Here, you can have activities, such as hiking, biking, camping, fishing or even swimming. Regardless if you are staying for a day trip or a camping trip, the park is a must see. You can wander about or just sit back and enjoy a picnic under the sun. Here, you will truly feel as if you are in the wilderness.
WildPlay Element Parks is a unique park,. People have take to the trees to test their courage and unleash their wild wide. The Park entertains and challenges kids, teens, adults who love to climb, scramble and zip into outdoor adventures. There are aerial obstacle courses that push the limits, as they become higher and more challenging. Guests move at their own pace to conquer tightropes, missing plank bridges, swinging logs, climb on cargo nets, ascend tree ladders and many other fun stuff.
GM Restaurant is a wonderful East Indian and European Cuisine venue, where you can enjoy some of the finest European dishes and some of the most exotic Indian foods. The restaurant is famous for the cheesecake freshly baked on the premises. The menu is varied and you can choose from many mouthwatering dishes, such as homemade soup, Pineapple Pakoras, Tour of India Vegetarian, Kuku Papa, seafood dinners and beverages.