Here are the more popular parks in Langley, from north to south (see other area parks):
Aldergrove Lake Regional Park
This 250 acre park on the Langley/Abbotsford border has along the pretty Pepin Brook, horse riding trails, picnicking, playing fields. It even has swimming in small man-made lake.
Aldergrove Community Park (32 Avenue and 271 Street in Aldergrove)
This park has adult ball field with lighting, outdoor pool, concession, 2 senior soccer fields, 4 baseball diamonds, children's playground, 2 tennis courts, and water park. Parking is accessed off 32 Avenue.
Aldergrove Lake Park
West on Hwy 1, off at 264 Street Exit, follow Hwy 13 south, left on 8th Avenue (at Park directional signs), across Jackman Road, then shortly right into the park.
Open forest with varied wildflowers and a view to the International Boundary. Hiking trail offers a round trip of 4 km - allow 1.5 hours walking/hiking, also ideal for horseback riding.
Alex Hope Park (212 Street & 85 Avenue in Walnut Grove)
This park, next to an elementary school, has 2 baseball fields, 2 senior soccer fields, and children's play equipment.
Brookswood Community Park
40th Avenue & 200th Street (Brookswood in Langley Township)
Facilities include water park, parking, children's play equipment and trails through a natural treed area.
Brown Park (240 Street & 51 Avenue)
This park is a major fitness centre for the area, with 2 ball diamonds, 2 senior grass soccer fields, several development soccer fields, a lighted soccer practice field, play equipment, a cricket pitch, and concession stand.
Campbell Valley Regional Park
200th Street and 16th Avenue, (Langley Township)
This 535 hectare, near the Canada/U.S.A. border, includes rolling hills and flat-bottomed valleys in a glacier-formed landscape. While the area has been affected by gold mining, settlement, farming, and logging, this nature park is perfect for outdoors enthusiasts with hiking trails and camping facilities, horseback riding and equestrian cross-country jumping.
Derby Reach Regional Park
22000 block of Allard Crescent (Langley Township)
From Highway 1, take the 200th Street exit northbound. Right at 96th Avenue and then east 1.5 km, then left onto 208th Street for 2 kilometres, and right onto Allard Crescent to the park
This park is near the original Fort Langley, marked by a cairn. The park offers hiking, picnicking shelter, horse back riding, cycling, heritage touring, overnight trailer camping. This park includes Edgewater Bar, one the best fishing bars on the river.
Douglas Crescent & 206th Street (Langley City)
Park has an adventure playground, tennis courts, bowling green, summer water park, and public washrooms.
Fort Langley Marina Park (Church Street & Fraser River)
This municipal park is located on the Fraser River in Fort Langley, at the foot of Church Street. There is boat launch ramp (which may not be usable during low water periods) and fishing bars with excellent fishing.
Fort Langley Park (23055 St. Andrews & Nash, Fort Langley)
This park in Fort Langley has an outdoor pool, a band shelter with power, play equipment, senior soccer field, ball diamond, a treed group picnic area, and a concession stand.
Fort Langley Marina Park
Foot of Church Street & Fraser River, Fort Langley
Facilities include: boat launch ramp (may not be usable during low water periods) and fishing bars.
Kinsmen Heritage Park (272 Street & 32 Avenue, Aldergrove)
This popular park features a heritage building, a public performance area, and recreational pathways.
Langley City Park
207th Street and 48th Avenue, Information, phone: (604) 530-3131
Home to a swimming pool, water park, ball diamonds, playground, horse shoe pits, the Langley Arts Centre, picnic tables (some under cover) and public washrooms.
Langley Township Municipal Nature Park
232th Street & 4th Avenue, Langley Township
The park features large-treed natural areas, equestrian trails, Photoshopand pedestrian trails.
Municipal Nature Park (232 Street & 4 Avenue, South Langley)
This Municipal Park has equestrian trails, several large treed natural areas and pedestrian trails.
Municipal Athletic Park (56 Avenue & 216 Street)
This park, adjacent to Langley Secondary School, has a 400 meter running track, field event area, washrooms, 3 senior soccer fields, 2 ball diamonds, and a group picnic area.
Nicomekl River Flood Plain
200th Street to 208th Street, Langley City
This flood plain is designated parkland, with a walking trail network connecting to other parks along the Nicomekl River.
Noel Booth Park (36 Avenue & 202 Street, Brookswood)
This Park has 3 senior soccer fields, several developmental soccer fields, 2 lighted practice soccer fields, 6 ball diamonds, group picnic area, tennis courts, playground fitness track, and a concession stand.
Ponder Park Nature Reserve (25199 76 Avenue)
The Park has some unspoiled natural areas and is used by Scouts and Guides for overnight camping and is managed by the Ponder Nature Reserve Committee.
South Aldergrove Community Park (28 Avenue & 269 Street, Aldergrove)
This community park has 2 senior soccer fields, a ball diamond, picnic area, children's playground, plus a Community Centre and Library.
Walnut Grove Community Park (8937 Walnut Grove Drive & 89 Avenue)
This park has a spray park, group picnic area with picnic shelter, a playground, 6 tennis courts, 3 senior soccer fields, 2 lighted practice soccer fields, 3 ball diamonds, pathways, a treed area, and a concession stand.
Willoughby Community Park (84 Avenue & 206 Street)
This park has 3 ball diamonds, 2 senior soccer fields, a playground, and a concession stand.
Williams Park (66 Avenue & 238 Street,Langley Township)
Facilities include: walking trails, covered and outdoor picnic facilities, arboretum, grassy and treed passive areas, on site caretaker, playground, washrooms, parking and interpretive signing for the Salmon River, which runs through the park.
Other area parks:
Maple Ridge | Pitt Meadow | Mission | Langley | Hope | Chilliwack | Harrison Hot Springs & Agassiz | Abbotsford | Manning Park Provincial Park