If you’re in town for one day or staying for the weekend, there will be something for you to discover everyday! We are truly the hub of the Fraser Valley, surrounded by nature in an urban city center. We’ve put together some great daily itineraries, highlighted our 5 best bets, and have showcased our best summertime events! We can’t wait for you to Discover Langley City!
Newlands Golf & Country Club
21025 48th AVENUE, LANGLEY
Newlands Golf & Country Club, where you will enjoy a complete range of facilities for conferences, meetings, wedding receptions, fitness, fine dining at Mr. A’s Patio Restaurant, casual dining, drinks and “live” music at Newlands Bar & Grill, and need we mention our championship golf course?
Penzer Parkour Park
198C STREET & 47 AVENUE, LANGLEY
This bike park features 10,000 sq ft 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.
198 STREET & 53 AVENUE, LANGLEY
Adventure playground, paved play area for ball hockey and basketball, intermediate soccer field, softball diamond and washrooms.
204 STREET & 51A AVENUE, LANGLEY
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.
206 STREET & DOUGLAS CRESCENT, LANGLEY
Douglas Park has an accessible playground, two tennis courts, a water park (seasonal), bowling green, sports box, basketball hoops and public washrooms.
207 Street & 48 AVENUE, LANGLEY
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.
201 A Street & Michaud Crescent, LANGLEY
With new ziplines added to the park this year, Linwood Park is a wonderful community park featuring wheelchair accessible playground and washrooms, with a parking lot of Michaud Crescent.
Langley City Trails Map
Muckle Creek Trail at Sendall Botanical Gardens
201A STREET & 50 AVENUE, LANGLEY
This trail takes you on a beautiful walk through the legacy garden, tropical greenhouse, and botanical gardens featuring over 3 acres of unique plants, shrubs, and trees. Sendall Botanical Gardens is a popular location for wedding and family photos.
Brydon Lagoon Nature Trail
The Brydon Lagoon Nature Trail takes you around Brydon Lagoon, a beautiful wildlife sanctuary. The trail connects to the rotary Nicomekl trail to Hi-Knoll Park in Surrey. Brydon Lagoon is a birder's paradise.
Nicomekl Flood Plain
The Nicomekl Flood Plain runs right through the middle of the City and provides the perfect setting for cycling, jogging, walking while also connecting to other trails within the City. Access to the trail is of 53 Ave, 203 Street, and 208 Street.
Uplands Dog Off Leash Park
206 STREET AND 44A AVENUE, LANGLEY
Uplands is an 18 acre, fully fenced area with a perimeter walking path where dogs and owners can meet and enjoy a large open space for walking and playing. There is a paved parking lot and a washroom located off of 208 Street.
199 STREET & 45A AVENUE, LANGLEY
Hunter Park is a small park with trails and some playground equipment set in a natural setting of heavily wooded areas with native trees.
198 STREET & 50 AVENUE, LANGLEY
Conder Park includes a playground, ball diamond, and public washroom.
209 STREET & 50A AVENUE, LANGLEY
Nicholas Park is a neighbourhood park complete with a playground, water park, perimeter jogging track, two picnic tables and a tennis court.
Iris Mooney Park
209A STREET & 47 AVENUE, LANGLEY
Iris Mooney Park is a small neighbourhood park with playground equipment.
208 STREET & 54 AVENUE, LANGLEY
Nicomekl includes a parking area off of 208 Street and is a good starting point to enter the floodplain and various walking trails.
201A STREET & MICHAUD CRESCENT, LANGLEY
Linwood Park has a soccer field, and wheelchair user accessible playground. Washrooms are available, and the site has access to a parking lot off of Michaud Crescent. This park also has a dog-off-leash park and community garden site.
Rotary Centennial Park
20975 FRASER HIGHWAY, LANGLEY
Rotary Centennial Park has a playground, ball diamond, senior soccer field, display garden beds, and washrooms. A paved walking path follows the perimeter and the facilities are wheelchair user accessible.
208 STREET & 57 AVENUE, LANGLEY
A neighbourhood park with an open grass area, trees, pathways, benches and a playground.