Facilities and Services
Fort Langley National Historic Site is a mix of beautiful reconstructions and original buildings, plus all kinds of interactive displays and activities. Throughout the site, staff wearing Parks Canada uniforms or period costumes are always nearby to assist you.
- Free parking is located in the large parking lot at the end of Mavis Avenue.
- The Visitor Centre provides reception and information services while offering a magnificent view of the Fraser River. It also hosts a gift shop, exhibits and washrooms.
- Picnic facilities, including both a covered picnic shelter and open picnic areas, are located in the shady, grassy park area around the parking lot.
- Accessible washrooms are available in the Visitor Centre and in the café. There are two accessible picnic tables near the parking lot.
- A paved pathway connects the buildings on the historic grounds, and benches are located throughout the site where you can relax and enjoy the scenery. Some pathway gradients may be up to 8.5%.
- A wheelchair (manually operated by a companion) is available on loan from the Visitor Centre. All buildings have access ramps.
- All services are available in English and French.
- Pick up a site orientation map in the Visitor Centre English, French, Chinese, Japanese, Dutch, German, Spanish or Korean.
- Audio Tours are available in Chinese, German, Japanese and Spanish.
- We understand and appreciate that your pet is an important member of your family. Pets are permitted outside the fort walls but must be on a leash at all times. Pets are not permitted inside the historic fort walls, the visitor centre or historic buildings.
- The Township of Langley has several designated Off-Leash Areas. The closest is located in Walnut Grove, on the corner of 213th Street and 96th Avenue. In the City of Langley, use the park at the corner of 206th Street and 44thAvenue.
- In addition, there are Off-Leash Areas in the following Greater Vancouver Regional District Parks: Derby Reach Regional Park, Campbell Valley Regional Park, and Aldergrove Lake Regional Park. For more information, visit Metro Vancouver Parks.