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Fort Langley National Historic Site

Evening Campfire

 Royal Engineers evening campfire
Evening Campfires: Fort Langley’s exclusive youth adventures
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Is your group ready to experience a historic adventure? Now you can reserve one of our Evening Campfire Programs for a memorable experience, perfect for youth groups: scouts, guides, brownies, church or service club groups, or large family gatherings.

Choose from one of the following programs:

Royal Engineers Evening Campfire

Experience the excitement of 1858, the year British Columbia became a colony. Sign a gold license, pan for gold and roast bannock over a fire. Apprentice as a Royal Engineer and try your aim using an airsoft gun. Take home your souvenir target!

Voyageur Evening Campfire

Is the rugged life of an HBC voyageur for you? Tie on a voyageur sash, carry a fur bale and roast bannock over a crackling fire. Learn the songs of the voyageurs as you play the wooden spoons and lift the spirits of your peers after a long day's work. Bring home a souvenir bandana.

Voyageur evening campfire
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Our two-hour Evening Campfires can be arranged year round, between 3pm and 6pm in the winter and between 6pm and 8pm during the summer months for groups of 10 or more.

  • To book, contact our bookings coordinator at 604-513-4799 or email us. Please reserve at least two weeks in advance.
  • Interested in a sleepover in the oTENTik tents? Ask about off-season group rentals when speaking with the bookings coordinator.

NOTE: During particularly hot, dry conditions campfire bans may be in effect. At these times, we are not able to offer campfires in the fort. To check whether or not there is a campfire ban in place, please consult:

In case of rainy weather, the campfire will be held in front of the hearth inside the Cooperage.


  • Adult/Senior: $15.10
  • Youth (age 6-16): $7.80
  • Child (age 3-5): $3.90
  • Age 2 and younger: Free
  • Family (Up to seven people, with a maximum of two adults) : $35.20