With a sweeping landscape that includes everything from farms to wineries, city boulevards to rugged country trails, meandering salmon streams to the mighty Fraser, Langley is amply blessed with both natural beauty and heritage charm.

Langley is a modern industrious place with no shortage of retail, manufacturing, and training opportunities and a diverse population that continues to energize its growth.

Langley is often referred to as “The Two Langleys” because it comprises two separate municipalities, the Township and the City.  The Township of Langley covers 316 square kilometers (122 square miles) south from the Fraser River to the U.S. border, east from Surrey and west of Abbotsford. The City of Langley, which encompasses only 10 square kilometers (4 square miles), is tucked into the central west section of the Township, with Surrey on its westernmost border.

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Fort Langley National Historic Site

Built in 1827, Fort Langley brings the Hudson’s Bay Company fur trading era to life on the banks of the Fraser River, once a British trade route. Here, French-Canadian traders bartered with coastal First Nations for salmon, cranberries and animal pelts.  Thirty thousand prospectors raged with Fraser River gold fever, and a 2,000-acre farm supplied food up and down the coast.

There are a number of historic buildings, both original and reconstructed, for guests to visit in this attractive park setting.