3.22 out of 5 - 9 reviews

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dawn from Langley writes:

Are the new bathroom facilities open now

    Posted: July 7, 2023 11:52:19 AM PST

    Owen from South Surrey writes:

    It’s a gorgeous park. Once again the ratings have been skewed by idiots who complain about everything out of their control. Mosquitos aren’t a reason to give 1 stars neither are off leash dogs. And don’t even get me started on the people complaining about the garbage. Phone the city about it! The trail is well maintained and there is plenty of big beautiful trees to look at.

      Posted: September 14, 2020 10:49:40 AM PST

      Jim from Langley writes:

      Wow! Don’t do it not until we get a crap load of sun to dry things out. I’ve never seen mosquitoes like that before really bad. I would say about 20 bites and we quit after 1km.

        Posted: July 17, 2020 04:21:17 PM PST

        Ramona from Fort Langley writes:

        Garbage is overflowing

          Posted: August 6, 2017 12:39:23 PM PST

          Michelle from Langley writes:

          Derby reach to Fort Langley is the trail, also known as Fort to Fort. Trail starts at derby reach an off leash dog park, and leads into the forest near the campground, you walk along the Fraser river, houses, quite a bit site seeing. Walk starts off fairly flat and around the end it goes down hill and up but still really easy. Many people walk, run, ride bikes and walk their dogs (on leash). About an hour each way. Once you make it to Fort Langley they're ice cream, and restaurants to take a break and turn around and take the SAME path back. Total around 2 1/2 hours

            Posted: August 15, 2016 08:58:46 PM PST

            andrew davidson from surrey bc writes:

            Great place.. lots of room for off leash dogs and quiet camping along the river..wonderfull sunsets along the beach. Occasional whiners like Rhonda from vancouver but don't let that get you down. They are few and far between ...

              Posted: June 15, 2015 06:42:02 PM PST

              Christine from Vancouver writes:

              I visited this last Sunday and thought it was a great trail except for the excessive amount of cottonwood at this time of year - it looked like it was snowing. Once you got through that portion of the trail and walked into a clearing and then along the road, it was better. The Houston Trail is a great walk with lots of ups and down hills which got the blood flowing. Very enjoyable spot with lots of campers along the river. I would definitely go back.

                Posted: June 6, 2014 02:59:21 PM PST

                rhonda from Vancouver writes:

                TOO Many OFF LEASH Dogs on the actual Houston Trail lately. The walk is actually becoming stressful as dogs come running up to me and my on leash dog!
                Here's the scoop: We have noticed a lot more dogs off leash on the Houston Trail lately-- there are signs clearly showing dogs are to be on leash as this is a horse trail as well. There have been two family incidents - one my mother-in- law was walking with a friend (without any dogs) was rushed and knocked over by a large dog on the trail, she required stitches as a result of the incident. The dog owner with hoodie covering his identity just ran past , said hi but kept going; my husband was running the other day with our dog on leash and a lose dog came running over to our dog with the end result my husband was trip thankfully no stitches. In this last incident we have seen the owners several time off leash dog several times. We have nicely mentioned it was a leashed trail to them and others but we see them time and time again just disregarding the signage. What can be done!

                  Posted: January 31, 2014 09:54:54 AM PST

                  ken from vancouver writes:

                  your prices are wrong you need to up date them

                    Posted: September 27, 2013 09:05:41 AM PST

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