Campbell Valley Regional Park, Langley City

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  • Lovely park with trails meandering between towering cedar and fir trees. A great place to walk on hard-packed gently rolling trails, enjoy a picnic on lovely picnic tables, sit on benches to...  more »
  • A multitude of wonderful nature trails , great for a walk or a run . Family friendly walks that wind around the park .  more »
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  • This is a fantastic piece of nature in the city. Campbell Valley Park has 2 parking areas, the north parking is wonderfully accessable for wheelchairs and leads into a wonderful easy stroll through the woods. Pay attention! You will see lots of animals here from chickadees who love landing on your fingers if you are patient, to many pairs of ducks and lots of ducklings at the right time. Squirrels and chipmunks are easy to spot and very curious about people. A lot of folks bring treats for the animals and because of that they are humanized and not afraid of people. Just make sure if you are bringing a treat, make sure it is appropriate and safe for the critters please. My family doesn't bring any, and we have plenty of awesome animal encounters without. Take a walk through the woods and a meadow and you will find yourself at the Historic Langley Speedway which is a great spot for a picnic. All in all, this is my family's favorite park in town.
  • This is a really nice place to take a weekend stroll. Each path seems to take you to a unique and different place. You can walk through old groves of cedar and fir, mossy maple, open clearings, marshy mixes, and -- abandoned auto raceways? It's a really pleasant place for walking or whatnot. 10/10. A nice park.
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