Forming part of the Township of Langley, Fort Langley is a designated National Historic Site and is considered the birthplace of British Columbia.
With a population of nearly 3,000, this historic village is situated some 40 kilometres southeast of Vancouver on the Trans-Canada Highway and offers many opportunities for outdoor exploration.
Surrounded by the Fraser River, Brae Island Regional Park is mere steps from Fort Langley and presents outstanding recreational experiences - including biking, camping, hiking and more. Or explore the popular Fort-to-Fort Trail, which is lined with native and colourful wildflowers and rich vegetation - and features incredible views of the Fraser River.
The trail on Brae Island is a nice easy walk with scenic views, perfect for families and those camping nearby.
The Fort To Fort Trail connects the Fort Langley National Historical Museum with the site of the original fort near Derby Reach Regional Park.