Mapleton Park

Located in the city’s north end, Mapleton Park is popular with walkers, hikers, cyclists and parents with strollers.

A busy spot year-round, Mapleton Park welcomes visitors with trails that extend from Gorge Road to Mapleton Road. The trails run along 122 hectares of forested and open spaces, as well as along the north branch of Hall’s Creek and feature a wetland and lagoon. Interpretive signage located throughout detail the park’s ecosystem, including bird species and vegetation. In winter, some trails are groomed and sanded for walking, while others are left for snowshoeing. The Rotary Pavilion sits off Mapleton Road. It is a popular rental location for community groups and corporate events and offers outdoor ice skating in winter.

Highlights
  • Duck Pond
  • Ice Skating
  • Interpretive Signage
  • Parking
  • Pet-Friendly
  • Rotary Pavilion
  • Snowshoeing   
  • Trails & Footpaths
  • Washrooms (Portable)
Mapleton park trail - Autumn

INTERPRETIVE SIGNAGE

For nature lovers, Mapleton Park’s interpretive signage adds an educational component to the trail experience. Located throughout, bilingual signage highlights bird species, grasses and natural features of the park. With 10 trail options, the park also provides detailed signage of trail routes.

Other Highlights

  • Accessible Trails (Seasonal)
  • Bike Racks
  • Cycling

TRAIL ETIQUETTE

  • Obey posted rules and show courtesy to all trail users.
  • Stay to the right of the trail.
  • When overtaking others, pass on the left and sound
    a warning by bell or voice.
  • Stay on the trail to preserve natural vegetation and
    private property.
  • If you stop, do not block the trail and allow others to pass.
  • Pedestrians have the right of way.
  • Cyclists, ride defensively, in control and do not exceed
    the speed limit of 15 km/h.