Wild animals from around the world await a special visit from you and your family.
A family day of adventure awaits at the Greater Vancouver Zoo! The zoo is fun for the whole family, and includes a train that runs around the zoo. The zoo welcomes you to bring your own picnic, with picnic tables and a play area for children. There is also a Concession stand for any other snacks you need.
Have you already seen the zoo? Visit Mountain View Conservation Society instead. Located near Fort Langley, Mountain View is a unique experience, providing the chance to see many endangered animals, which are bred and many are returned to the wild. Reservations are required, so make sure to call ahead to book a tour you won’t forget. After your tour, head to Fort Langley for lunch in one of the many restaurants, or pack a picnic and enjoy it at Fort Langley Park or Fort Langley Marina Park.
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
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.
23433 Mavis Street
Fort Langley, BC
Fort Langley Park has baseball diamonds, jogging track, picnic facilities and shelter, playground and the Fort Langley Outdoor Pool - Now open for the season.
Fort Langley, BC
(St. Andrews Ave. & Nash Street)
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
Mountain View Conservation & Breeding Centre was founded in 1986, and is a BC non-profit wildlife conservation facility dedicated to saving rare and endangered Canadian wildlife species from extinction. We operate endangered species conservation and recovery programs here at our breeding facility that covers over 300 acres of beautiful Fraser Valley rainforest. The Centre hosts guided tours at 10am and 1pm (rain or shine) between March 1st and October 31st. Learn all about our Conservation, breeding and return programs that are saving BC's Northern Spotted Owls, Vancouver Island Marmots, Oregon Spotted Frogs plus some of the 500 other species of flora and fauna in our Conservatory. Bring your camera, wear appropriate clothing for the weather, and please reserve your tour in advance. Special rates for school & college student groups, Scouts and Guides, seniors & community groups. Please visit www.mtnviewconservation.org for more info or call the number below.
(Near 232 street and Glover Road, north of the
Trans Canada Highway),
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.