Campbell Valley Regional Park

Campbell Valley Regional Park, Langley City: Address, Campbell Valley Regional Park Reviews: 4.5/5

Campbell Valley Regional Park

Campbell Valley Regional Park
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Vernon, Canada424 contributions
Oct. 2021 • Couples
Lovely area for a hike! We went with my family and the extended fam jam on a short 8km hike through the meadows, forest and along the river! A great way to escape the rush of downtown!
Written October 21, 2021
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JoB
Ancaster, Canada1,516 contributions
Aug. 2021 • Family
Lovely park with trails meandering between towering cedar and fir trees. A great place to walk on hard-packed gently rolling trails, enjoy a picnic on lovely picnic tables, sit on benches to contemplate life, feed birds with nutritious bird food, jog through the trails...
Written August 17, 2021
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Wendy C
Langley, Canada47 contributions
Jan. 2021 • Couples
A multitude of wonderful nature trails , great for a walk or a run . Family friendly walks that wind around the park .
Written February 15, 2021
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Bugqueen
Burnaby, Canada841 contributions
May 2020 • Friends
Campbell Valley Regional Park is maintained by the Metro Vancouver Regional Parks board. The park is formed from 6 historical farm plots, with portions set aside for the Langley Tree Farm and scout Camp McLean. It contains a vast number of hiking, walking and equestrian trails as well as function facilities such as picnic shelters.
Within the park there are 29 kilometres of trails, all unpaved, 14 km of which are designated for equestrian use and 1 km of which is set aside solely for pedestrian and bicycle use. More bicycle trails have become available since the 2009 construction of the perimeter trail.
The Southern end of the park is home to both the Rowlatt Farmstead and the historical Lochiel Schoolhouse. Both landmarks predate 1924. 
In the late 19th century and the early 20th century, many logging companies took advantage of the temperate rainforest in the area and clearcut the entire park. During this time, logging railways wound throughout the park. The route of one such rail line is clearly visible today along the Ravine Trail at the South end of the park. The routes of the railways are marked on park maps.
An old paved racing oval is located in the eastern section of the park and is maintained by the Langley Speedway Historical Society. In the past, it was host to local and NASCAR racing events.
Written June 20, 2020
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peter m
Vancouver, Canada10 contributions
Apr. 2020
If you are looking for some good exercise along with some fabulous trails, this is a park for you. Some easy trails and some not so easy, well maintained paths, shared with some 4 legged creatures ( horses ). 😉
Written April 27, 2020
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Debbie M
Langley City, Canada10 contributions
Feb. 2020
It is a nice relaxing walk through trees and ponds nearby , the cheeky squirrels are so cute nice for family time
Written March 9, 2020
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Faye W
Langley, Canada2 contributions
Jul. 2019 • Family
The walk is wonderful can be a short walk or all day . What ever you choose
Off of 16th and 300th there is horse trails. Old school house farm. S pond which ard turtles in. Whether you want to walk your dog or just relax and enjoy the beauty. Thd birds love to eat and dome will eat out of your hand.
Written March 5, 2020
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janette t
Grande Prairie, Canada12 contributions
Sep. 2019
The beautiful nature trails with birds allow you to find your internal self. The trails are well maintained. There are benches where you can sit and relax. It’s a great place for families and dog walking - providing they are in a leash and the owner picks up after them.
Written February 11, 2020
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710adriennea
.19 contributions
Dec. 2019
A beautiful place to walk and enjoy nature and quiet. But dog owners, please please be responsible and leash your dogs like the rest of us do. We all follow the same rules. This is the one down side. Many do not and the park is not patrolled for enforcement. Our experience has been that many dog owners become quite defensive when they are asked to leash their pet. Aside from this, it is a great spot to enjoy.
Written January 12, 2020
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Aren V
Langley, Canada3 contributions
Nov. 2019
We live adjacent to this park and enjoy walking along the pristine nature trails. The trails are well-groomed and there are enough hills to provide adequate cardio.
Written November 5, 2019
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