Maple Ridge has 120 acres of rolling hills with 2.5 miles of trail. It’s a wonderful place to hike, fish and observe wildlife.
Maple Ridge Reserve, located along the Scenic Stillwater River, has very unique topography. Rolling hills stretch from the upland prairie through the woodland ravines and on to the Stillwater River. Included on the property are woods that cover 70% of the land as mature woods and successional fields, including a sugar maple grove and sugar camp. This large stand of mature maple trees provides sap for the on-site educational maple sugaring operation.
In addition to the River, there is a fishing pond and two wildlife ponds which make this park the perfect place for fishing, viewing wildlife or hiking.
- Wildlife observation
- Nature programs
- Maple sugaring operation (January – March)