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Campbell Valley Park, Langley Photo: Diane Johansen

Langley

Langley is located in Fraser Country in the Vancouver, Coast & Mountains region of British Columbia and is comprised of several distinct communities: Aldergrove, surrounded by farming country and well-known for its historical flair including second-hand shops and the Telephone Museum; Brookswood, a residential area with high end shops and eateries; The Downtown which has a large shopping area with over 600 shops, services and restaurants; Murrayville, the oldest community which has many historic landmarks; Walnut Grove, Willoughby, and Willowbrook which are modern, fast-growing residential communities.

This region is home to the Fort Langley National Historic Site where visitors can experience what life was like back in the 1800s and where many of the local buildings have turn-of-the-century architecture with one-of-a-kind boutiques and eateries. The entire region has deep roots in the history of British Columbia’s integration in Canada.

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Location

Langley is located in the Fraser Valley, between Abbotsford and Surrey. It is south of the Fraser River, and just north of the United States border. It is approximately 40 km (25 mi) east of Vancouver, and can be reached via Highways 1, 1A, 10 and 7. The Golden Ears Bridge connects it via Highway 7 (Lougheed Hwy) to Coquitlam and Maple Ridge on the north of the river. You can access the US/Canada border via Highway 13 in Aldergrove.

A Step Back in Time

“Innes Corners” was the name of the earliest European settlement in the area, named after the homesteader Adam Innes. In 1911, the area became known as “Langley Prairie”.  The area was mainly known as a cluster of farming communities, as it was still under-developed at that time. Soon, owing to its more urban development and related needs, the City decided to separate and incorporate as a separate municipality on March 15, 1955.

Fort Langley is where the colony of BC was first acclaimed 150 years ago during the search for gold on the Fraser River.

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Tourism Langley

Langley & Nearby Accommodations

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Fort Camping

Fort Camping

Fort Langley

Located in the beautiful Brae Island Regional Park, Fort Camping caters to the needs of all family members and includes the choice of RV, tent, group site, and tent-cabins. Offering 156 camp sites, we provide services to make your camping experience enjoyable. Our amenities include, laundry and bath ... More Details
Eagle Wind RV Park

Eagle Wind RV Park

Aldergrove

Local to Fraser Valley and Metro Vancouver events. Easy access to Hwy 1, and just minutes from Aldergrove border crossing. Near Vancouver Zoo, Fort Langley, Abbotsford Airport, drive-in movies, casinos and local vineyard/farm tours. Come "Explore BC from Eagle Wind RV". Free local phone calls and Wi ... More Details
Aloha Trailer Park & Campground

Aloha Trailer Park & Campground

Abbotsford

Full or partial RV hookups, tenting, coin showers, laundry, store with gas/propane and bus stop nearby. No fires permitted. Minutes from attractions and shopping centre. Weekly and off-season rates. Reservations not accepted, first come, first serve basis. Cash only. ... More Details
Woody's RV World

Woody's RV World

Abbotsford

Woody's RV World has been making RV happiness for over 3 decades! Generations have trusted us for our expertise and professionalism. We’ve just landed in BC and we’re looking forward to building a full-service dealership, until then, visit us for sales, trade-ins, or to buy your very first RV! ... More Details
Cottonwood Meadows RV Country Club

Cottonwood Meadows RV Country Club

Chilliwack

Situated at a great location, two minutes from downtown Chilliwack, surrounded by beautiful trees, birds and fish in a creek. Located next to Chilliwack Heritage Park and Cheam Golf Course. Open all year round. ... More Details
The Cabins At Cultus Lake Park

The Cabins At Cultus Lake Park

Cultus Lake

Nestled amongst the towering trees with incredible mountain views, The Cabins at Cultus Lake Park is a piece of paradise that awaits you. Surrounded by sandy beaches, waterslides, golf courses, mini-golf and more, we are the perfect destination for a fun family vacation. In the heart of the communit ... More Details
Sunnyside Campground

Sunnyside Campground

Cultus Lake

Lakefront family camping with full hookup, tenting, group, and seasonal sites. Facilities include washrooms with free hot showers, onsite store and laundry; sani-station; four playgrounds; onsite security; boat launch; buoy rental; sandy beaches; swimming; and fishing. Located near golf course, wate ... More Details
Tamihi Meadows

Tamihi Meadows

Chilliwack

Private farm/campground located in the Tamihi Recreational Area, 20 minutes south of Sardis, and 5 minutes past the public Tamihi Campgrounds. Tamihi Meadows is at the base of Mount Church, surrounded by forests on three sides and the Chilliwack River on the fourth side; where world-class fishing aw ... More Details
Kilby Park Campground

Kilby Park Campground

Harrison Mills

Kilby Park is situated on the confluence of scenic Harrison and Fraser rivers in Harrison Mills, B.C. The Park features a beautiful 38-site campground, a day use area, sandy beaches, nature trails and a boat launch _and is a family-oriented campground_. The Park is at the west end of Kilby Road, wit ... More Details
Pathfinder Camp Resorts - Agassiz

Pathfinder Camp Resorts - Agassiz

Agassiz

Surrounded by rolling green fields and with a backdrop of stunning cool-blue mountains, Pathfinder Camp Resorts Agassiz-Harrison is an old-country beauty. Conveniently located only minutes away by car from Harrison Hot Springs, and seconds away from downtown Agassiz’s city amenities. Guests will d ... More Details
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