Langley Parks, Trails & Places

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The park is a recreation and historical destination on both banks of the Little Campbell River. The 535 hectare park includes over 18+ kilometres of recreation trails, some historic buildings and a popular equestrian centre. The park is a popular destination for hiking, horseback riding, horse...
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The park was the original site of Fort Langley, during the early 1800s. Today it is a recreation destination and historic site located on the banks of the Fraser River with hiking trails, horseback riding trails, equestrian facilities, historic sites and a campground.
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The park is a National Historic Site of Canada and was once a fur trading post operated by the Hudson's Bay Company. The fort was a post for trading furs, supplies, food and guns, as well as, a transportation depot for exporting goods to far away lands.
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The park is a wilderness recreation destination overlooking the Fraser River. The park encompasses Tavistock Point which is on the northern tip of Brae Island. Some of the activities and adventures enjoyed when visiting the park include hiking, canoeing, kayaking, biking. sightseeing, picnicking...
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