Parks and Rec Centres

Parks and Rec CentresWork hard and play harder at Langley’s many parks and recreation centres. Langley has facilities for almost any sporting endeavor including soccer, baseball, tennis, football, ice skating,  and much more.

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Al Anderson Memorial Pool

Al Anderson Memorial Pool

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
Langley, BC

604-514-2860

Aldergrove Athletic Park

 Aldergrove Athletic Park features a baseball diamond, basketball court, jogging track, lighted fields, picnic facilities and shelter, playground, skateboard parkand tennis courts.

 

276 B St & 29th Ave,

Aldergrove

604.534.3211

Aldergrove Outdoor Pool

Located at Phil Jackman Parkin Aldergrove, the pool is now open for the summer season!

 

Register now for swim lessons or call 604.533.6170 to book your pool party!

 

27155 32nd Ave 

Langley, BC

(32 Avenue & 271 Street)

Phone: 604.533.6170

Douglas Park

Douglas Park

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
Langley, BC

604-514-2865

Fort Langley Community Hall

A landmark in Fort Langley, the Hall was completed in 1931 and is a designated "Heritage" Building. It continues to be maintained and supported by a volunteer Board of Directors and members. It is a large, gracious, 2-storey edifice with a grand ballroom, which boasts a horsehair sprung dance floor, a stage with lighting and sound and a balcony. Downstairs there is a meeting room, an office and the Fort Langley Branch of the Fraser Valley Regional Library.  It is an excellent rental facility and is popular for parties, meetings, movies and weddings.

 

Glover Road
Fort Langley, BC

604-888-1223

Fort Langley Park

Fort Langley Park and Outdoor Pool

Fort Langley Park has baseball diamonds, jogging track, picnic facilities and shelter, playground and the Fort Langley Outdoor Pool - Now open for the season.

  

23055 St. Andrews Ave

Fort Langley, BC

(St. Andrews Ave. & Nash Street)

604.533.6170

George Preston Recreation Centre

Formerly called the Langley Civic Centre, this facility includes an ice rink, curling rink, and a multipurpose hall.

 

20699 - 42nd Avenue
Langley, BC

604-530-1323

Langley City Park

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
Langley, BC

604-514-2865

Langley Events Centre

The Langley Events Centre (LEC) is a 322, 312 square foot facility, which includes an Arena Bowl, Double Gymnasium and Triple Gymnasium, Fieldhouse, Gymnastics Training Facility, Community and Fitness Centre, Banquet Hall and Meeting Spaces all in one. The LEC is home to Trinity Western University Athletics (Basketball, Volleyball and Hockey), the Langley Rivermen of the BC Hockey League, the Langley Thunder of the Western Lacrosse Association, and the Langley Junior Thunder of the BC Junior A Lacrosse League.  Many organizations call the LEC home including Basketball BC, Langley Sports Medicine, Tourism Langley, MLA Rich Coleman, the Langley Gymnastics Foundation, Langley School District, RE Mountain Secondary School, and the Township of Langley Willoughby Community Centre.  Other organizations involved at the LEC include Wrestling BC and Pacific Sport. The facility has hosted events such as the 2010 BC Summer Games, 2011 CIS Men’s Volleyball National Championships, the 2011, 2012 & 2013 BC High School Boys AAA Basketball Championships, presented by TELUS, the 2013 BC AAA High School Girls Basketball Championship, presented by TELUS, the 2011 World Junior A Hockey Challenge,  the 2012 World Financial Group Continental Cup of Curling, the 2013 U-23 Pan American Men’s Volleyball Cup, two National Lacrosse League pre season games, the 2013 National Lacrosse League Championship game as well as multiple Provincial Gymnastics Championships. The facility is located within Willoughby Community Park which includes playgrounds, a waterpark, sand volleyball courts, a mountain bike park, indoor tennis courts, three artificial turf fields, two turf fields and a picnic shelter.

 

 7888 - 200th Street
Langley, BC, V2Y 3J4

Phone: 604.882.8800

 

 

Langley Twin Rinks

This facility includes 2 NHL-sized ice rinks, a banquet facility for 150 people; a full size outdoor beach volleyball court; and 3-on-3 basketball court.

 

5700 Langley-By-Pass
Langley, BC

604-532-8946

Maples Discovery Gardens Co-op

The Maples Discovery Gardens Co-op is a non-profit co-operative managing 6 acres of Botanical Gardens and 51 community garden plots with a thriving salmon habitat in our Latimer Creek. Tables can be rented in our 25’ x 70’ greenhouse to start growing seeds early and during the summer (Feb.- October) Visitors are welcome from 10 am – 4 pm each day during the period of April – October.

Tours for garden clubs can be arranged and many other activities are mentioned in the event calendar on our website. As fundraisers we sell Kelp, Fish fertilizer, rock dust and other natural soil enhancements.

Come and visit our “stress free zone” at 

 

7743 – 200 Street

(across from the Langley Event Centre)

Langley, BC

604-376-7858

 

McLeod Athletic Park

McLeod Athletic Park

Sport enthusiasts will love this park which includes 7 ball diamonds, 1 large baseball diamond, 4 soccer fields, 1 artificial turf field, 2 tennis courts, 1 lacrosse box, a 2200-seat grandstand and more.

 

216th and 56th Avenue
Langley, BC
604-534-3211

Sendall Gardens

Sendall Gardens

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
Langley, BC
604-514-2865

WC Blair Recreational and Aquatic Centre

This 25 meter, 6-lane indoor pool is also accompanied by a weight room; a sauna & whirlpool; and rental rooms.

 

22200 Fraser Highway
Langley, BC

604-533-6170

Walnut Grove Community and Aquatic Centre

This facility features a 50-meter main pool, a 75-meter water slide, a sauna and steam room, a wheelchair accessible therapy pool, adult and family hot tubs, and a Tarzan swing rope. It also contains a fitness room with cardiovascular equipment and a gymnasium with two full courts that can be used for basketball, tennis, badminton, volleyball, and soccer.

 

 

8889 Walnut Grove Drive
Langley, BC

604-882-0408

Walnut Grove Sportsplex

Sportsplex features 4 hockey rinks: 2 NHL size ice rinks and 2 professional size roller hockey rinks. This unique blend of ice and roller bring you the ultimate hockey experience! The facility also houses Total Fitness, Offside Pro Shop, Kikara Martial Arts; Future Stars Daycare; and the Snack Shack Cafe.

 

20165 - 91A Avenue
Langley, BC

604-882-1611

Williams Park

The Salmon River runs through this beautiful park with picnic facilities and shelter, playground, treed nature walk.

 

238 St & 78th Ave

Langley, BC

604.534.3211

Willoughby Community Centre

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Willowbrook Community Centre

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We can make your

Langley trip even better.

Call us at 604-888-1477

 

Wine and Cheese

Wine & Artisan Foods

Savour delicious wines and enjoy freshly baked goods.

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Farms & markets

Fresh air, sunshine and lots of perfectly ripened produce.

Girls Shopping

Shopping

With over 600 shops to choose from, there's something for you.

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Family Safari

Enjoy a day trip or camp-out on an incredible wildlife adventure.

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