Rolley Lake Provincial Park

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Park Size: 115 hectares
Park Amenities:
Beach
Birding
Campground
Canoeing
Fishing
Hiking
Mountain Biking
Picnicking
Playground
Swimming


Rolley Lake Provincial Park is situated on the shores of a small lake, surrounded by forest, and located northeast of the community of Maple Ridge, BC, Canada. The park is considered a recreation and campground destination in the region.

The forested park measures 115 hectares and falls within the boundaries of the Coastal Western Hemlock Biogeoclimatic Zone. The zone is typical to the west coast with a good assortment of vegetation and trees including western red cedar, silver fir, western hemlock and douglas fir.

In the Rolley Lake Provincial Park there is a campground, beach area, day use picnic area, 2 hiking trails, a large parking area, sani station and a child's playground.

The sandy beach is the most popular destination in the park. The beach area includes a roped off swimming area and a picnic area. Nearby there are some pit toilets.

Some of the activities enjoyed in the park include hiking, swimming, canoeing, fishing, birdwatching and biking.

Fishing is only permitted using non motorized boats. The lake is stocked with trout on a yearly basis. Must have a fishing license to fish in BC.

The hiking trails in the Rolley Lake Provincial Park connect to each other. One trail loops around the lake (3.5 kms) while the other trail (1 km) leads to an upper and lower viewing platform and a waterfall. The lake trail is called the Lakeside Loop and the falls trail is called the Rolley Falls Trail.

Explore Rolley Lake Provincial Park in Maple Ridge, British Columbia, Canada

ADDRESS

Rolley Lake Provincial Park
Bell Road
,
Maple Ridge
Canada

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