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Kanaka Creek Regional ParkKanaka Creek Regional Park214872637



Kanaka Creek photo1 Creek photo1Kanaka Creek Regional Park, trail near Cliff Falls
Kanaka Creek photo2 Creek photo2A section of Riverfront Trail in Kanaka Creek Regional Park
Kanaka Creek photo3 Creek photo3Cliff Falls in Kanaka Creek
KanakaCreek-photo04 Falls, Kanaka Creek Regional Park





Kanaka Creek Regional ParkKanaka Creek Regional Park-122.5792496149.1998985967,,+-122.57924961000&sll=49.211056,,-123.237679&sspn=0.021139,,0.055661&ie=UTF8&z=15,,+-122.57924961000&sll=49.211056,-123.237679&sspn=0.021139,0.055661&ie=UTF8&z=15<div class="ExternalClass5624C5B94BB341ABA421F9F34B54D385">This linear park is in several distinct units. The best trails are at the Riverfront and Cliff Falls sections of the park. First time visitors are recommended to visit Riverfront. Take Lougheed Highway to the traffic lights at 240th Street in Maple Ridge. Turn south towards the river and follow River Road west for 3 km to the park entrance on your left. If coming from Fort Langley, the closest crossing is the Golden Ears Bridge; follow 96th Ave west, turn north onto Golden Ears Way, take the exit for Maple Ridge East and follow it east for 7.5 km, then turn south onto River Road. The entrance is around the bend on your right. </div>, Kanaka Creek



<div class="ExternalClass994865DCAFC8489CBC992E8D700BBE53"><div class="panel"><h4>Visitor Centre</h4><p><i class="fa fa-arrow-right"></i> <a href="/services/parks/discover/visitor-centres/kanaka-creek-watershed">Kanaka Creek Watershed Stewardship Centre</a></p></div></div>





Bear Safety Reminder<div class="ExternalClass660B2AAAEC5B4790919168669D1D91B6"><p>​Bears are now active and their movements are often dictated by food supplies. Bears are not picky eaters and will rarely pass up a meal even if it means going near humans to get it. Bears that become comfortable near people can be more dangerous to humans or may be destroyed. </p><p>To keep bears wild and visitors safe:<br> •Never feed a bear; do not leave any garbage or unattended food<br> •Clean up garbage and food immediately; use bear-proof bins provided<br> •Never approach a bear<br> •Change your route or plans to avoid bears</p><p>If you <em>see </em>a bear, stay back 100 metres. If you <em>encounter </em>a bear, stay calm and slowly back away.</p><p>Negative bear-human interactions may result in closure of some areas of the park or harm to the bear.</p><p><em><span aria-hidden="true"></span>For more information about bears and bear safety, click <a href="/services/parks/ParksPublications/Bears_in_Metrovancouver.pdf" target="_blank"><span style="text-decoration:underline;"><font color="#0066cc">here</font></span></a>.<span aria-hidden="true"></span></em></p></div>True



Cool Cats and CaninesCool Cats and Canines<div class="ExternalClassBFD7C74D9F85413AB9FD2168DD5154C6"><p>​Sink your claws into the world of cougars, bobcats, coyotes and wolves.</p></div>GP0|#93198bf4-5e75-4787-9b22-9559ced23920;L0|#093198bf4-5e75-4787-9b22-9559ced23920|Maple Ridge;GTSet|#53279cbe-e6bf-4ccb-a100-a874de0381d311252019-02-17T21:00:00Z



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Pacific Parklands Foundation

Pacific Parklands Foundation is a registered charity dedicated to the conservation and enhancement of Metro Vancouver’s regional parks.