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Price and Availability Index Maple Ridge
Vacation Rental Price Information in Maple Ridge
The price graph will give you the nightly price average for the upcoming months of the year. The most expensive dates to travel to Maple Ridge are in July (7/28 - 8/4). Prices decrease in August to an average of $71 per night (8/18 - 8/25).
Rental Availability Information in Maple Ridge
This graph shows the vacation rental availability rate for the next twelve months. It is harder to find an accommodation during a week of May (5/26 - 6/2), as 44% of the rentals are booked. Conversely, it is in October (10/20 - 10/27) that the highest percentage of rentals are available.
The weather in Maple Ridge
The above is a climate diagram for Maple Ridge. In the next 6 months, August will have higher average temperatures. Conversely, January is the coolest month in Maple Ridge, with temperatures going under 30°
Your mountain vacation rental in Maple Ridge
A stone's throw away from Vancouver, the Maple Ridge community is a wonderful mountain town at the gates of the Golden Ears Provincial Park. Rent a vacation cabin surrounded by forests and mountains, or stay in a luxurious city condo with a Fraser River view.
A festive Canadian heritage
Maple Ridge is rich in history and around the town center you can find many heritage sites wonderfully linked by the Fraser River Heritage Walk. This walk goes from Port Haney to the historic Haney House. The ACT Arts Centre is the town’s main stage theater. Also check out a collective space for artists to showcase local art: the Maple Ridge Art Gallery. This is a festive town with several celebrations around the year. The most famous ones include Remembrance Day and Canada Day, which both take place in Memorial Peace Park. Aboriginal Day celebrations and the Caribbean Festival are other unmissable festivals. Over the Fraser River, visit the historic buildings of Fort Langley, “the birthplace of British Columbia”, the first trading post of the Hudson’s Bay Company, and now, a National Historic Site of Canada.
Outdoor and indoor fun for the kids
Aside from the park, Maple Ridge has many exhilarating activities for kids. Around Maple Ridge there are many horse riding ranches. They all have riding lessons, petting farms (bunnies, mini horses, baby goats), and adventure rides in the nearby nature. Learn how to best bond with the animals at Equutrails Horseback Riding Adventures, Mustang Ranch and Riding Stables, or the popular Leghorn Ranch. On a rainy day, live it up at an indoors amusement center. Start off at the Langley Sportsplex with its ice rinks, IMAX cinemas, and most importantly the Captain Kid’s Family Fun Center where your kids can enjoy giant slides, exhilirating rides, and obstacle courses. Another great choice is the Funky Monkey Fun Park which includes soft-surface obstacles, a pirate ship, and a laser tag area.
Hiking in the mountains, relaxing at the lake
With miles of idyllic hiking trails, the Golden Ears Provincial Park offers endless excursion destinations accessible from the comfort of your Maple Ridge cabin. Start with the Lower Falls trail, an easy trail along the Gold Creek to the Lower Falls. With multiple panormaic highlights, another favorite trail is the Kanaka Creek Riverfront trail, which leads up to Cliff Falls. For the seasoned trekker, the wildest trail is the Golden Ears Trail, which winds up to the summit of the Golden Ears massif, offering a panoramic view over Fraser Valley. After hiking, kick back and relax at Allouette Lake. This serene hidden gem of the Fraser Valley, has clear water and rocky wild beaches. Enjoy a variety of lakeside activities like swimming, fishing, kayaking, and canoeing, or drop by for a quiet picnic with your family.
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