Family friendly and highly accessible, this well maintained trail system is flat and mostly groomed gravel.
Wanting to relax and soak in the scenery? Pull up a chair and throw a line in from the shore or wade into the calm waters for some great fly fishing. Take a leisurely stroll through the vast winding trial system. Bring the family and dog for a great Sunday morning activity, stop by Neves road and feed the chickens, or drop in at Maple Ridge’s biggest off leash dog park.

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Bring your four legged friend to the biggest off leash dog park in Maple Ridge. With lots of areas to run around, including grass land and both a small pond and river for swimming, this park is a must visit for any dog lovers. Remember to bring your own poop bags.
This 19km loop of flat mostly groomed gravel trail has many points of access. Parking can be found at;
Jerry Sullina Park (210 St. and 132 Ave.)
Travel NORTH on Laity St. from Dewdney Trunk Road > LEFT onto 128 Ave. > RIGHT onto 210 St, park

North Entrance (Neves Rd.)
Travel NORTH on Laity St. from Dewdney Trunk Road > LEFT onto 128 Ave. > RIGHT onto 210 St. > BANK LEFT onto 132 Ave. > LEFT onto Neves Rd. > Continue NORTH to second bridge, park.

East Entrance (216 St.)
Travel NORTH on 216 St. from Dewdney Trunk Rd. > Continue NORTH on gravel road, park at end of road.

West Entrance (Harris Rd.) – Canoe/Kayak Launch, Picnic Area
Travel NORTH on Harris Rd. from Lougheed Hwy. > Park before bridge

The Maple Ridge Equestrian Centre connects to the dyke trail system on the far east side. You may park at the Equestrian centre to access trails or park at 216 and walk into the open show jump area. If you’re lucky you might catch a show!
The Laity family have been in the community from the beginning. If you are a local you probably went to school with some! The Laity Farm is an iconic part of Maple Ridge, found at the north end of Laity Street. The family farm is open to the public during the month of October for the biggest North Fraser pumpkin patch. Bring the kids and enjoy lots of attractions like a hayride, petting zoo, corn maze, frontier town, gold panning, tipi, magical forest tour, and of course acres of pumpkin hunting!