With the great outdoors right outside your window, here in Langley, adventure is always calling! From horseback riding through the rugged terrain of Campbell Valley Park, to kayaking the still waters of the Bedford Channel; the possibilities are endless!

It’s important to BE AdventureSmart! If you’re planning on heading outdoors, every outdoor enthusiast should follow the 3 Ts;

  • Trip Plan
  • Train
  • Take Essentials

With an increase in search and rescue incidents and an increase in outdoor recreation, British Columbians are urged to “get informed before they go outdoors!” BCAdventureSmart has put together a Trip Planning Information Kit which is a great starting point for those about to head outdoors.

Aldergrove Regional Park
27240 8th Avenue

Rolling meadows, mixed forests and views of Mount Baker await you in this regional park. Visitors can explore trails on foot, bicycle or horseback. Picnicking is also popular in the park. The wetlands here are important habitat for a variety of wildlife including frogs, salamanders, beavers and two endangered fish species.

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Campbell Valley Regional Park
20285 8th Avenue

The network of trails provides lovely routes for walkers to explore the variety of landscapes, the heritage features and a Nature House in Campbell Valley Park. You will also see lots of 4 legged friends as horse riding and dog walking is also popular here.

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Derby Reach Regional Park
21801 Allard Crescent

Located on the banks of the Fraser River, this regional park has trails that wander past river and mountain views and through deeply shaded forest. Day use areas provide picnic tables and washrooms. Historic buildings, heritage apple trees and other reminders of pioneer days make this a memorable place.

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Houston Trail
21801 Allard Crescent, Langley.

Houston Trail is a 4km loop that is popular with walkers, hikers, and the occasional horseback-rider. Follow the trail as it makes its way through forested land along a gravel trail, that sits above the boggy terrain and mud.

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Williams Park

68 Avenue & 238 Street

This scenic community park features a swimming hole, clay banks, a rad playground and fun forest discovery along with a 2.6 kilometer lightly trafficked loop trail. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, running, and nature trips.

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Horseback Riding 

Looking for an escape into the beautiful scenery of Langley? Then horseback riding is the thing for you! Venture out into one of our parks here in the Township while riding on one of the beautiful horses these businesses can offer you!

Glen Valley Stables

Langley 204 Horseback Riding

Sacred Equestrians 

Plan your Picnic:

Tracycakes Bakery & Café

Well Seasoned