Langley Circle Farm Tour

Lavender field in Langley

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Fort Langley


Park in BC (JF Bergeron photo)

Park in BC (JF Bergeron photo)

Dubbed the "birthplace of British Columbia," the village of Fort Langley is best-known for its historic and heritage sites, but it also features scenic parks with camping, hiking and fishing opportunities.

Brae Island Regional Park

This 64ha/158ac park is located on Brae Island, immediately northwest of Fort Langley and accessible by bridge across the Fraser River's Bedford Channel. Brae Island Regional Park became Metro Vancouver's 21st regional park when it officially opened on July 21, 2007.

Rent canoes, boats, and kayaks at Fort Camping, an RV campsite in the park. The island's forested terrain is rich with freshwater marshes. Hike along more than 2km/1.24mi of wheelchair-ready interpretive trails. Brae Island Regional Park is a great place to relax and watch the river flow at the waterfront day-use area. Neighbouring McMillan Island is home to a Kwantlen First Nations reserve.

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