Enjoy 400 hectares of wilderness along 12 kilometres of Kanaka Creek. Protecting one of the most distinctive, attractive, and undisturbed streams in the Lower Mainland, Kanaka Creek Regional Park has access points at various locations with a short trail along the creek.
The focal point of the park is Cliff Falls. This spectacular canyon carved by the turbulent water is ideal for picnics and quiet enjoyment. The Cliff Falls area of Kanaka Creek in Maple Ridge offers an easy set of hiking trails, from the picnic area near the waterfalls to the Bell-Irving Hatchery. The park is a great location for families to spend a day in the outdoors during the summer, you can also explore the park by canoe, kayak or head to the car-top boat launch.