Enjoy the great outdoors in one of Langley’s beautiful regional parks. Scenic walking trails and picturesque picnic spots abound in these nature-filled oases.
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
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
Enjoy the great outdoors in this 1322-acre (260 hectare) nature park. The park features hiking paths, horse riding trails, and cross-country equestrian jumping as well as a historic 1888 schoolhouse and farmstead.
200th Street and 16th Avenue
Located on the Fraser River, this park has three distinct areas: the western area off 208th Street provides easy access to river fishing and camping; this is also the beginning of the Fort-to-Fort Trail. The northern central area along Allard Crescent provides easy access to the first Fort Langley site and includes some historic buildings.
It is situated next to the Fort-to-Fort trail which continues along the Fraser River up to the site of today’s Fort langley National Historic site. The southern central parking area off McKinnon Crescent provides easy access to the circular Houston Trail, a peaceful nature walk through a wooded forest. View trail map.
22000 Block Allard Crescent
Fort Langley, BC
Erikson's Daylily Gardens is a family owned and operated attraction in the heart of the Fraser Valley. Specializing in growing and hybridizing daylilies since 1991, the nursery has grown to include bulb lilies, hostas, euphorbia, flowering shrubs and many other rare perennials. With over 3,000 varieties of daylilies in the collection, the gardens are an official American Hemerocallis Society display garden – the first given that honor in Canada!
The gardens offer one of the most tranquil settings within the Fraser Valley.
Erikson's is a proud member of the Langley Circle Farm Tour
24642 - 51 Avenue
Located at the top of Church Street, this municipal park has a vast network of trails for any level and a picnic area. The park provides a boat launch and fishing bars.
Fort Langley BC
The Fort~to~Fort Trail is lined with native wildflowers and lush vegetation and views of the Bedford Channel (section of the Fraser River). This mixed-use trail is popular with walkers, runners, and cyclists. The trail links the Hudsons Bay Fort in Derby Reach Regional Park, and the Fort Langley Historic Site in the village of Fort Langley.
The Langley Speedway Historical Society (LSHS)is a registered non-profit Society, dedicated to the preservation and restoration of Langley Speedway, within the context of the Campbell Valley Regional Park plan. The plan includes a vision for the former racetrack as an event site.
The track is located south of 16th Ave, at the end of 208th St. There is a gravel road past the yellow gate that leads directly to the speedway!
View areial photo; Click here
The Maples Discovery Gardens Co-op is a non-profit co-operative managing 6 acres of Botanical Gardens and 30 community garden plots. As fund raisers we sell Kelp and Fish fertilizer and Straus Herb Company Teas at the Gardens. Open Thursday to Sunday 12-4pm
Enjoy an invigorating bike ride or a long walk through this maze of trails in our regionally-significant natural wetlands.
200th Street to 208th Street
Enjoy a picnic or a leisurely stroll through this hidden jewel. This 3.67 acre cultivated garden is Langley’s best kept secret. The little “show garden” includes a tropical greenhouse (open March 1 to November 1) and a variety of plants and birds.
20166 - 50th Avenue
Savour delicious wines and enjoy freshly baked goods.
Fresh air, sunshine and lots of perfectly ripened produce.
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Enjoy a day trip or camp-out on an incredible wildlife adventure.