What You Can Find?
In the well-established areas of Fort Langley, you’ll find a mixture of older single-family homes of various architectural eras interspersed with character homes and the newer neighbourhood of Bedford Landing filled with a mix of wood frame apartments, townhomes, and single-family homes of West Coast contemporary and Craftsmen styles on the shore of Bedford Channel.
What to Explore?
Cyclists, runners, and walkers never tire of the views of Golden Ears along the Fort-to- Fort Trail. This four-season path meanders through farm fields and treed lanes from the Fort Langley National Historic Site to the location of the original Fort Langley at Derby Reach Regional Park. Avid cyclists will enjoy a 24km ride on the trail by starting at the Golden Ears Bridge with the additional section of the TransCanada Trail complete.
Fun Facts on Fort Langley
The Birthplace of BC.
Speak with the Langley Centennial Museum about a far-from- ordinary party celebrating high tea, pioneer days, archaeologists, or dinosaur enthusiasts for your child’s next birthday.
Relive life as a voyageur, a Hudson’s Bay Company worker, an Indigenous trader, a Royal
Engineer, or a Metis trapper during Brigade Days at the Fort.
Don’t miss Grave Tales - Historic Walking Tours during the month of October for a spine-
chilling evening through the Fort Langley Village at night.
Enjoy any one of the 7 local parks in the neighbourhood.
50 minutes driving distance to Vancouver from Hwy 1 (at 232 Street)
Fun Facts on Pitt Meadows
Home to North America’s largest freshwater tidal lake.
Residents can sit back and relax on one of the five West Coast Express trains serving Pitt Meadows in both directions each day. What’s more, the trip only takes 40 minutes to downtown Vancouver!
Falls into School District 42. For all you need to know on the learning opportunities for students, click here to visit the official site
This neighbourhood boasts over 20 parks including 2 off-leash dog parks and 2 dog dike trails, a BMX race course, and 1 community garden.
Pitt Meadows is a mecca for cycling and is a pit stop for Maple Ridge’s biggest cycling event, the annual Race the Ridge event.
Fun Facts on Walnut Grove
Transit into the city is easy from the Carvolth Exchange Park and Ride. Board the Port Mann Express Bus 555 and arrive at Lougheed Town Centre Skytrain Station in just over 20 minutes.
For bike friendly loops, and Township cycling routes linking Walnut Grove to other communities, check out the Recreational Bicycle Network.
Just a hop, skip and a jump from one of Canada’s Largest Trampoline Parks.
Fondly called Charles Hope’s Redwood trees, there are 38 Sequoia Redwoods on 96 Avenue protected as heritage trees for future generations. Thanks to pioneer Charles Edward Hope for this treasure.
12 parks to choose from, including 1 off-leash park for Fido.
Fun Facts on Forest Knolls
The home of lumber baron John Hendry, in what is now Castle Hill, was renovated into a mock German castle by Fritz Ziegler in the 1940s fondly called Schloss Klipphus. The “castle” was taken down in 2007.
The Salmon River watershed is one of the last few remaining watersheds in Metro Vancouver that is still able to support productive fish stocks.
At least 13 species of fish are found in the Salmon River Watershed, including the endangered Salish Sucker.
Salmon are released and counted at the fish gate at Rawlison Crescent and Glover Road.
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