Fort Langley Travel Guide
Welcome to Fort Langley, BC!Bordering the south bank of the Fraser River, north of Highway 1, the historic village of Fort Langley was built as a small fur trading post in 1827, leading to the creation of the colony of British Columbia. Southeast of Vancouver, a mild climate allows for a vast array of year-round activities, such as kayaking and cycling. Situated along the Salmon and Fraser river banks, visitors can play the 18-hole Fort Langley Golf Course or explore the scenic hiking trails in Fort Langley Marina Park and Derby Reach Regional Park. Visit the world-class Thunderbird Show Park to enjoy the horse jumping championships in this part of the Langley Township. Fort Langley is also home to the Fort Langley Historic Site of Canada and the historic Fort Langley Community Hall, built in 1931. Antique shops, restaurants and museums line the main street, Glover Road. Railway enthusiasts will be keen to visit the Canadian Northern Railway Museum, and experience the Annual Railway Days in June. For those visitors wanting to unwind after a day of history or antique shopping, there are five local wineries in the area, open for tours and tastings. Visitors can learn of how Fort Langley was the first major agricultural centre in British Columbia by taking a day trip to the BC Farm Machinery and Agricultural Museum. The Langley Centennial Museum will also provide interesting facts about the history of the region.
This museum and national exhibition centre offers school tours, heritage services and special events.
Hotels & Motels
This luxurious private suite on the second floor has a king size bed with down quilts & 2 fireplaces.
This farm, outside of historic Fort Langley, is open to the public for farm tours and visits to its apple orchard, pumpkin patch and festival, dairy farm, hayrides and a Christmas tree farm where visitors can choose and cut their own trees.
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