British Columbia Travel Guide
The unofficial BC Travel & Tourism Guide
As a Greater Vancouver Regional District, Langley is surrounded by many supporting communities and offers a wide range of outdoor parks and indoor recreational facilities. Distinctly interested birdwatchers and nature lovers will find an abundance of species throughout the area and the conservation centre is a must see attraction.

The neighbouring Township offers great shops, cafes and antique stores in a popular village setting.

The equestrian facilities provide riding and tournaments throughout the year. Most adventurers who wish to attempt horseback riding can take a guided tour.

The community offers seven golf courses, adventure four wheel driving, guided fishing tours, a variety of sixteen parks (of which a few a very dog friendly), and harness horse racing.

Population: 110,000

Canadian Museum of Flight
The Mountain View Conservation & Breeding Centre
Fort Langley National Historical Site
Langley Centennial Museum and National Exhibition Centre

Following the last ice age over 10,000 years ago the Sto:lo, are thought to have been the principal occupants of most of the Fraser Valley. This First Nations tribe developed sophisticated hunting and fishing methods.

In 1827, the Fort Langley was built by James McMillan, Chief Trader of the Hudson's Bay Company. The proclamation of Crown Colony at the Big House of Fort Langley then designated the area as birthplace of British Columbia in 1858. This all took place around the same time that James Houston discovered gold along the Thompson River and word brought thousands of prospectors across the islands, through Langley and into the interior of British Columbia in hopes of striking it rich.

Summer average 19 degrees Celsius
Winter average 5 degrees Celsius


Langley Accommodations

Langley Things to Do