SOME FRESH AIR
From casual strolls to family bicycle adventures or epic trail runs, Langley City offers an incredible 17 parks, gardens, playgrounds, and pathways created specially for you to fully explore the City’s remarkable outdoor experience. Add to that year-round golfing, Canada’s largest parkour park, and more. Take a deep breath — it’s beautiful around here.
Langley City Cycles
Explore Langley City in a different way – on wheels! The new Langley City Cycles trail maps take you throughout Langley City’s outdoor spaces, trail and downtown one-way. Add a pop of colour to your ride by following the Mural Walk to uncover hand-painted murals around every corner.
Langley Road Rally
Nothing says wide open spaces like driving through some of Langley’s scenic back roads. We’ve put together a suggested route that will take you to some of our green spaces with some other great local stops added along the way. Stop in for a bite to eat or grab something to go from one of our restaurants and cafes. Browse through our unique, local shopping areas and don’t forget to pickup some libations to enjoy later at home!
Catch your breath
GARDENS, PARKS & TRAILS
Uplands Dog Park
4441 206 STREET
Dog park in Langley City, British Columbia
208 STREET & 53 AVENUE
Relaxed destination offering a duck pond, lots of walking trails & abundant bird life.
202 STREET & 50 AVENUE
Small, tranquil botanical garden with a trail, duck ponds & a gazebo that can be rented for events.
Langley City Park & Al Anderson Pool
207 STREET & 48 AVENUE
This park features Al Anderson Memorial Pool, children’s waterpark and playground, a lacrosse box, 12 picnic tables, a picnic shelter, grassed open space and washrooms. This park also includes grass play field at the south end fronting 48 Avenue and three ball diamonds on the north end of the park next to Blacklock Elementary School.
206 STREET & DOUGLAS CRESCENT
Douglas Park has an accessible playground, two tennis courts, a water park (seasonal), bowling green, sports box, basketball hoops and public washrooms.
204 STREET & 51A AVENUE
Portage Park is the main entrance to the Nicomekl Floodplain Trail system. Before the floodplain, there is an adventure playground and a paved play area for ball hockey. Washrooms are available.
198 STREET & 53 AVENUE
Adventure playground, paved play area for ball hockey and basketball, intermediate soccer field, softball diamond and washrooms.
Penzer Action Park
198C STREET & 47 AVENUE
North America’s largest outdoor parkour course. Sport box, pump track and 10,000 square feet of dirt jumps, drops, wall rides, set-up jumps, a box, a pump track for skateboarding, as well as a series of skinnies that is perfect for all skill levels – beginner to expert! Also included are two new playgrounds for toddlers up to teens.
More Parks in Langley City
Buckley Park (196 Street & 48 Avenue)
Conder Park (198 Street & 50 Avenue)
Dumais Park (208 Street & 57 Avenue)
Hunter Park (199 Street & 47 Avenue)
Iris Mooney Park (209 Street & 47 Avenue)
Langley Prairie Park (200 Street and Fraser Hwy)
Nicolas Park (209 Street & 50A Avenue)
Rotary Centennial Park (208 Street & Fraser Hwy)