Make life long memories at one of Langley family friendly establishments. Whatever you decide to do one thing is certain: Langley is the best place to enjoy simple delights, and the perfect people to share them with are your family.
Make a splash at the Al Anderson Memorial pool. This 25 meter, 8-lane heated outdoor pool is open April to August.
Pool Opens for 2012 Season: Friday May 11, 2012.
4949 - 207th Street
Alder Alley is a newly renovated, 10 lane bowling alley in the heart of Aldergrove. Featuring 60's style retro decor, high definition monitors, and an unforgettable retro glow bowl experience, Alder Alley is the Fraser Valley's premium 5-pin bowling facility.
This forested park features trails ideal for hiking, cycling and horesback riding. Located five minutes from the Aldergrove border crossing, first-time visitors are advised to drive to the main park entrance on 8th Avenue just east of 272nd Street. Continue down the park entrance road until you cross Pepin Brook and turn right to find the main information kiosk beside the lake washroom building. View trail map.
272nd Street and 8th Avenue
See baby goats, lambs, calves, chicks, and a huge white ox! This farm is open for educational dairy tours, farm animal visits, hayrides, apple blossom tours, fall pumpkin festival and more. Check their website for schedules.
24990 84th Avenue
Rumour has it milk does a body good! Wrangle a buddy and head to the Dairy Centre to scratch 'Milk A Cow' off your bucket list. Aldor Acres Dairy Centre provides hands on Guided tours that include milking a cow by hand, making butter and feeding your new bovine buddies. Find out how milk gets from the cow to your table at this family run dairy farm. Come visit and check out our new employee R2D2 the Robotic Milker!
NAFL professional football team playing at Mcleoad Athletic Park.
Surrounded by the Fraser River, just steps from historic Fort Langley, and open all year round! Whether you enjoy camping, cycling, canoeing, learning, team building, hiking or just relaxing, we are your essential destination.
9451 Glover Rd,
Fort Langley, BC V1M 2R9
Over 7,000 square feet, including 3 levels of indoor playground, slides, climbing structure and free Wi-Fi. Affordable general admissions at only $3/child everyday for loads of fun and exercise. Birthday Party rooms and Private bookings available too. Be sure to try out our lava slide, one of the fastest slide in town!
For indoor amusements and parties, Chuck E Cheese is the perfect place to bring your kids.
6339 - 200 Street
Critter Care Wildlife Society specializes in the treatment, care and release of sick, injured and orphaned Native Mammal species of British Columbia's Southern and Lower Mainland. We are the only facility in BC specializing in the care of mammals and one of only four Bear Rehab facilities in the province.
In addition to rehabilitation we are involved in community based education programs at primary, secondary, and collegiate levels. We also work to educate the public through involvement in civic groups, seniors homes and assist other wildlife managment organizations. Our internship program has reached a new landmark this year extending invitations to more than 25 collegiate or post graduate students from every continent on the planet but Antarctica!
Douglas Park features a handicap-accessible playground, sports box, tennis courts, water park (open from 11am-8pm in summer months), and bowling green.
Douglas Crescent and 206th Street
Experience the historic original buildings and interactive displays and activities at the Fort Langley National Historic Site. Come see the furs traded by the aboriginal peoples, watch the fascinating demonstrations by costumed interpreters, observe the art of barrel making, hear the ringing of the anvil in the blacksmith shop or feel the cool water as you pan for gold. Now, experience British Columbia's birth site by night! Book your night in our new furnished oTENTik tents! Or book one of our kids' birthday
parties: Gold Fever, Archaeology Adventure or the Fancy Tea Party! Fort Langley NHS offers year round events and programs for locals and your out-of-town guests alike!
23433 Mavis Street
Fort Langley, BC
Go bananas with your entire family at this exciting amusement facility. Go Bananas Play centers
provide safe, fun, and affordable entertainment for children 12 months - 11 years of age. With our multi-level soft playgrounds, concessions, seating and birthday party areas, Go Bananas has been a family favorite for nearly 10 years.
19685 Willowbrook Drive
Experience over 500 different animals in 120 acres of wide open spaces. Walk, bike, blade, quadra-cycle, or take the train. Step into the Wild!
5048 - 264th Street
The Krause Berry Farmers welcomes you and your family to our fun, working, destination farm. We are committed to growing safe, healthy food through our Integrated Pest Management and crop care approach. We provide you with the “Berry Best” strawberries, raspberries, blueberries and blackberries, either freshly picked or in our beautiful u‐pick fields. Our big blue Market is stocked full with a tasty variety of our farm fresh produce and specialty farm products. A window to the heart of our harvest Kitchen allows our guests to watch the baking of our famous 10” pies, berry shortcakes, breads and other berry delights. Call ahead and reserve your berry goodness today! Relax on our Porch or in our Garden to enjoy roasted corn pizza, thick berry milkshakes and farm‐fresh berry ice cream. The kids love the farm animals and playing in the fenced Future Farmer’s play area. Step back in time as you saddle up in our western tasting bar to sample our award winning wines.
Hours of Operation:
May through August 8:30am - 5:30pm Daily
(Thursday nights OPEN until 9pm)
September - 3rd Sunday in December Wed-Sun 9am-5pm
(Closed Monday & Tuesday)
6179 – 248th St
Langley, BC V4W 1C3
T: 604.856.5757 F: 604.856.5794
Langley City Park is a great place for the entire family. It features a seasonal water park, four baseball diamonds, a football field, soccer fields, a playground, an outdoor lacrosse box, four horseshoe pits, and 32 picnic table. It is also home to Al Anderson Memorial Pool and the Langley Community Music School.
207th Street and 48th Avenue
Committed to the development of amateur lacrosse on both the local and national levels. Junior A Lacrosse plays April-June and is fast paced, rugged with lots of scoring. The roster is mostly BC players, but does include players from all over North America including top VCAA US College athletes.
Langley Events Centre
Playing in the Western Lacrosse Association (Senior A) Lacrosse. Home games are most Wednesday nights at 7:45pm from May 12th until the end of July. Playoffs begin in August leading to the oldest and most valuable trophy in Canada - The Mann Cup.
Langley Events Centre
Play the ultimate tag game with a water-soluble paintball marker-gun on a 57-acre forested playing field (19022 – 16th Avenue), and tag your opponent without getting caught yourself.
20535 Douglas Crescent
Play indoor Lazer Tag any time of the year. Up to 40 players move and hide in North America's largest award winning laser tag arenas. Our master computer tracks your movements and prints out a personalized score sheet showing who won and how you interacted with your opponents.
20104 Logan Avenue
Large indoor Mayan themed playground, Lightspace interactive dance floor,Active 8 floor, 5D Transforce Simulator, 3 storey black light laser tag, 3D mini golf, bowling, Air Trek Obstacle Adventure course that is suspended in the air 20 feet above the ground, full arcade with great redemption games/prizes, and a toddler zone area. We also have party rooms for birthdays, themed parties, corporate team building, private corporate Christmas parties/events, team windups, fundraising, church and youth groups. A 200 seat cafe and a 50 seat mezzanine which overlooks the facility and we serve great food! Fun for ALL ages!
The Little Gym of Langley is a non-competitive sports, dance and gymnastics program. Catering to children ages 4 months to 12 years of age. Classes offer ongoing enrollment year round. Action packed day camps run though summer, winter and spring breaks. Parents can have a night off by bringing their children out every second Friday night. We have been a part of the Langley community since 2005.
Trinity Western University Spartans Athletics boasts some of Canada's top university sports teams. The Canadian Inderuniversity Spoty (CIS) Spartans Volleyball and Basketball teams and the British Columbia Interuniversity Hockey League (BCIHL) Spartans Hockey team launch their seasons in the fall and play right till the championships in March. Trinity Western University is THE destination point for many exciting events this season. For more information on the Trinity Western Spartans, including game schedules, ticket deals, press releases, photos, webcasts, reading programs, assemblies and much more.
Langley Events Centre
Paint, laugh and create memories with family and friends!
All skill levels are welcome and no experience is necessary! Our friendly staff will guide through the easy and fun process of creating your own ceramic or glass piece.
Book time at Vikki's for your next birthday party, ladies' night, corporate party, bridal shower or school field trip. We even do unique pieces to auction off at school fundraisers.
Call us at 604-607-5537
Come enjoy the only 5-pin bowling centre in Langley. With bowling birthday parties, public bowling, groups and fundraising events and our popular "extreme" bowling, Willowbrook Lanes has something for everyone.
We can make your
Langley trip even better.
Call us at 604-371-1477
Savour delicious wines and enjoy freshly baked goods.
Fresh air, sunshine and lots of perfectly ripened produce.
With over 600 shops to choose from, there's something for you.
Enjoy a day trip or camp-out on an incredible wildlife adventure.