Pacific Coast Maple

Pacific Coast maple grows from southern British Columbia to Northern California. Trees average approximately 60 feet in height. They make up less than 1% of the commercially available hardwoods in the United States. Pacific Coast maple’s color is pale pink to almost white with minimal difference between the heartwood and sapwood.


Pacific Coast maple is close grained and fine textured. It has exceptional machining, turning and bending properties. It nails, screws and glues well. Pacific Coast maple accepts stain and finish beautifully, creating the visual appeal of cherry and eastern maples.

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Pacific Coast maple is used to make cabinets, furniture, doors, shutters, millwork, kitchen utensils and carvings.

Other Uses

Pacific Coast maple can be used for charcoal.