4 out of 5 - 13 reviews

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Lion Tamer from Vancouver writes:

Walked the route above on February 18th.

The little creek loop is an absolute pleasure of a walk through woods and brush, over a little creek and a rolling meadow or two. The paths are incredibly well maintained, even in the winter, and the boardwalks all have more than ample grip strips to stay safe in the rain. In sharp contrast to the Vancouver parks, the dogs were phenomenally well behaved both on and off leash.

The real show-stopper is the wildlife. There were dozens of squirrels, chipmunks, ducks and chickadees, due in no small part to the irresponsible amount of bird seed people had left out. We even saw 3 people successfully attempt to have the birds eat out of their hands. I'm not going to condone this, but I do have to admit it was quite enjoyable to watch.

A great choice for a quiet weekday morning, but even in February the parking lot was nearly full on the Saturday afternoon.

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    Posted: February 19, 2017 11:00:12 AM PST


    Michael Bonar from Langley writes:

    Not bicycle friendly at all.

      Posted: September 26, 2016 05:51:28 AM PST


      Michelle from Langley writes:

      Great walk to get out of the house, only takes about 45min to walk the loop. Lots of nature around. Walk is flat the whole way around, great for kids and to walk with dogs (on leash).

        Posted: August 15, 2016 08:46:53 PM PST


        Karen Pacer from Maple Ridge writes:

        First to Top Dog Training 12 minutes from the Park...then to the trails with a German Shepherd...7 km today! Piece of cake...warm day but we walked in the shady part of the park. Enjoyed that.

          Posted: July 29, 2016 07:32:48 PM PST


          crossover from Vancouver, BC writes:

          There are many family friendly trails to choose from. We started from the North Parkade and walked the Perimeter trail, which connects to the South Parkade and we looped our way back via the South Valley trail and the Little River Loop Trail. It took us about 2 hours including a break for snacks. I also love the fact that there are some local wineries in the area so we can finish the day with some wine-tasting.

            Posted: July 5, 2016 12:44:01 AM PST


            Andrew from Langley writes:

            This is a family favourite and possibly the best place to go for a walk in Langley.

              Posted: January 15, 2016 07:42:19 PM PST


              Edith Schwartz from Langley writes:

              My family and I have enjoyed Campbell Valley Park for many years. There are so many kilometers of trails plus picnic tables plus many benches to sit and rest. Some trails are geared to equestrians but walkers are allowed as well. Many other trails are for walkers/hikers only. Read the maps. Fantastic park. Can't say enough good things about it ! It can be enjoyed in every season.

                Posted: October 7, 2015 09:14:26 PM PST


                George Childs from Langley, B.C. Canada V3A1B7 writes:

                Beautiful walking trails. Our dog really enjoyed the walk. Baby ducks
                were very cute. Took lots of great pictures. Quite a few dogs off leash on the trails but they were well behaved.l

                  Posted: May 9, 2015 05:12:20 PM PST


                  Lynn from Surrey writes:

                  A beautiful,well maintained multi-use park.

                    Posted: March 19, 2015 02:21:14 PM PST


                    Kate from Langley writes:

                    Of course there are horses, this is horse country! Plenty of other trails though for everyone to enjoy.

                      Posted: February 9, 2015 10:22:22 AM PST


                      Loraine Anchor from Maple Ridge writes:

                      We loved the park and had a lovely walk. The birds and squirrels are a real treat.

                        Posted: December 15, 2014 04:31:29 PM PST


                        Kate from Pemberton writes:

                        Nice park but horse poop EVERYWHERE! WARNING this is not a tail to walk along I recommend for a nice hike a different park with no horses. Also the caretakers are not very helpful and when i asked for directions they told me to keep walking with my "thing" as in my dog. Nice view but awful people and trails.

                          Posted: August 27, 2014 10:19:12 AM PST


                          Christine from Vancouver writes:

                          Really enjoyed Campbell Vally but if you are a walker, I would recommend staying off the Shaggy Mane Trail unless you want to be dodging horse droppings most of your walk - the rest of the trails I went on were nice.

                            Posted: June 6, 2014 03:02:05 PM PST


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