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Campbell Valley Regional Park - Langley

 

Meadow wildflowers



Raised boardwalk



Entertainers at the annual Country Celebration in September

Activity: Our family has been to Campbell Valley Regional Park in Langley twice.  The first time was in June, and we enjoyed walking on the raised boardwalk among all the colourful wild flowers.  The other time was in September when we attended the annual Country Celebration, a real down home country fair that everyone in our family enjoyed. 

Campbell Valley Regional Park is a 535 hectare (1400 acre) park in South Langley, close to the Canadian/US border.  This area of Langley is a popular horse riding area, and the park trails are often shared by both pedestrians and equestrians. Facilities include the Visitor Centre and Wildlife Garden, Old Orchard Group Picnic Area, Coyote Group Camp, Equestrian Centre, Heritage school and farmhouse, and 20 Km of trails through meadows and forest.

Details: To get to the Campbell Valley Regional Park go south on 200th Street from Langley City until you get to 8th Avenue.  Go east on 8th Avenue about .5 Km to the Park entrance.  The Campbell Valley Regional Park is operated by the Greater Vancouver Regional District.  Web site: www.gvrd.bc.ca

Area: Langley

Season: All seasons






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