This huge park is one of the largest in the province. Take a stroll or ride your horse through the expansive system of trails or go for a swim in the pristine waters at Gold Creek, Mike Lake, or Alouette Lake. Take the family to any of the Alouette, North Beach or Gold Creek campgrounds for a weekend camping trip. With gorgeous views and places to hike, swim, and camp, Golden Ears Provincial Park truly has it all.
There are over 15 hiking trails of varying difficulties at Golden Ears Provincial Park. Biking is permitted on 5 of these trails: the Alouette Mountain Fire Access Trail, the East Canyon Trail, the Menzies Trail, the Eric Dunning Trail, and the North Beach Service Road.
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Seven of the trails at Golden Ears Provincial Park are equestrian-specific trails: the Alouette Valley Trail, the Mike Lake Trail, the Incline Trail, the Alouette Mountain Fire Access Trail, the Loop Trail, the Menzies Trail, and the East Canyon Trail.
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