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A 48-km drive from downtown Vancouver, Fort Langley National Historic Site can be explored in a day, including an audio tour of the fur trade era buildings, heritage gardens and farm, and the interactive Xplorers and blacksmith experiences. Overnight oTENTik adventures within the palisade allow time to discover riverfront trails, local farms and wineries, and to wander through the shops and cafes in the nearby village of Fort Langley.
Use of drones at Parks Canada places
Drone flying is a popular hobby and useful in many fields of work. However, they also pose risks and can disturb wildlife and visitors. For these reasons, Parks Canada strictly limits the use of drones.
Flying a drone without park or site approval may result in law enforcement action and a fine of up to $25000.
Fort Langley is located along the Fraser River, 6 kilometres north of Trans-Canada Highway 1 in Langley Township.
From Highway 1, take exit 66, 232nd Street (north). Follow 232nd Street North to the stop sign on Glover Road. Turn right and follow Glover Road through the village of Fort Langley. Turn right at the traffic light on Mavis Avenue. The national historic site is at the end of the street.
To visit by public transportation, take the 562 bus to the nearest stop on 96th Avenue at Glover Road. To plan your route, visit the translink website.
Free admission for youth 17 and under. Other fees still apply.
Detailed fees list