The best summer hangout. Even though the water is always freezing. Best place to relax. Dogs are allowed and there are washrooms.
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This is a wonderful park with miles of groomed horse trails and hiking trails. There is also camping allowed in the park. We live close by so have not camped. Love riding on the trails. There is a corral where you can haul your horses...More
Super area for family hikes', my grand children, five, age 5 years to 10 years, enjoy the local hikes, short to long, being a grand father, we take a light lunch, and on nice days our bathing suits, along the hike, we find time to...More
This park is located in our back yard, so we need to enjoy the fun times you can have with the family. It does not cost too much, just take the time to pack a lunch into your transportation & enjoy the sites / sounds...More
There is an activity for everyone, from hiking to biking to water activity. On this occasion we enjoyed a pleasant hike up to the Gold Creek falls. This is a beautiful hike for the family, many detours and spots to enjoy along the river. Get...More
Only less than 2 hrs from Vancouver, hot showers, garbage disposal, and running drinking water available. Camp grounds were private and spacious. Public washrooms were tidy and well kept, this location does get booked up fast.. Recommend booking reservation far in advance!
We spent a night camping at the Gold Creek campgrounds and were wishing we had another night to spend! The campsites are beautiful and nicely spaced out from the other sites. Bathrooms were clean. We also walked to the North Creek beach - dogs are...More
Golden Ears Park has something for everyone. Difficult hikes, easy hikes, boating at Allouette Lake, camping, picnic area, swimming, biking and stunning scenery. Useable all year around. Gate closing times change with the season. It's a large park so if you're hiking alone, be sure...More
lots of trails for all levels of fitness. Beautiful rainforest and creeks. A definite must for a day trip both in spring, summer and fall. The ferns and mosses are spectacular.