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.