Parks & Recreation

We are proud to support all our non-profits who support parks and recreation as part of their mission!

The Arboretum and Botanical Society of Langley is a group of dedicated volunteers who assist the Township of Langley with the design, development, and maintenance of the Derek Doubleday Arboretum as a horticulture center for the enjoyment and education of visitors.

The Fort Langley National Historic Site-Parks Canada includes an audio tour of the fur trade era buildings, heritage gardens and farms, and the interactive Xplorers and blacksmith experiences.

Metro Vancouver Regional Parks are great places to go for a walk, breathe fresh air and enjoy the beauty of nature. But they’re more than that: they’re part of a larger system that includes regional park reserves, ecological conservancy areas and greenways.

The Campbell Valley Nature House is a place where guests can learn more about the ecology of the park.

Langley City, Recreation, Culture, and Community Services offers many programs, information, and registrations for the public.

The Derby Reach-Brae Island Parks Association focuses on fostering stewardship of the land and education within the parks of Derby Reach and Brae Island Regional Parks.

LEPS Langley Environmental Partners Society offers volunteer opportunities for individuals, community groups and corporations.