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Golden Ears Provincial Park

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This provincial park north of Maple Ridge and east of Pitt Lake has two vehicle accessible campgrounds and one walk-in campground close to Alouette Lake. Fees are charged for camping between April and October. Reservations are accepted but payment at the park is cash only. A total of 393 sites are available.

At one time, Golden Ears was part of Garibaldi Provincial Park, but the nearly impenetrable mountain barrier between the two parts led to the establishment of a separate identity for the southern part. Most human activity in the park has been and continues to be concentrated in the area made accessible by Alouette Lake.

Location: 1610 Mount Seymour Road, North Vancouver British Columbia V7G 1L3 Telephone 604-924-2200

Other British Columbia Provincial Parks nearby:
(Gabriola Island) Drumbeg Provincial Park
(North Vancouver) Golden Ears Provincial Park
(Nanaimo) Hemer Provincial Park
(Nanaimo) Morden Colliery Provincial Park
(White Rock) Peace Arch Provincial Park
(Gabriola Island) Sandwell Provincial Park

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