Derby Reach Regional Park, Langley City

(4.5/5 based on 120+ reviews on the web)
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  • Just walk the Fort-to-Fort trial today and will definitely do again in the summer. We saw several bird species and animals along this dog-friendly trail. To our surprise, there were old apple and pear...  more »
  • Nice long trail along the river that loops around. Picnic tables. Fire pits. Camping. Off leash dog park.  more »
  • Well used walkway ,nice scenery , post walk coffee nearby, options as to direction one can walk fairly easy walking  more »
  • Great place to hang out and go for a walk. Multiple dog parks for different dogs and nice areas to picnic and watch the river flow by. The Fort to Fort trail is great for biking. Parking can be challenging during peak times in summer but usually it's fine.
  • This is the Heritage Area, not the main park with the campground which is about 1 KM west. Good launching spot for the Fort 2 Fort trail; about the half-way point. Go East to Fort Langley (and the crowds) or head West for a quieter experience once you get past the main park and campground. This is also the trail head for the Houston Trail. Best to go mid-week, or when raining. Parking, picnic tables and pit toilets.
  • Love this park for a stroll, esp. the enclosed dog area. It's great to let the pups sun free.
  • This is the best easy-ish hiking trail around! My husband and I have been taking our daughter since she was a tiny baby, we love it. You can walk, run, hike, jog, just set your own pace. There are a few very steep hills, I don't recommend this trail if you have medical issues that are dangerous if you take hills up or down.
  • Love to go for walks here it is a very nice quiet area hidden in a busy city