The City of Langley is a municipality in the Metro Vancouver Regional District. It lies directly east of the City of Surrey, adjacent to the Cloverdale area, and surrounded on the north, east and south by the Township of Langley.
Restaurants in Langley City
5.0 based on 34 reviews
We offer a variety of aged goat cheeses including our speciality Milner Jack cheeses in plain and other flavours. We also have available Feta, Chevre, Caerphilly and a Colby Style cheese and other related products. In addition to our handcrafted cheeses, we offer lamb, raised here on the farm, gelato in the summer months, goats milk, and further local artisan products.
Lovely little goat farm shop. Excellent cheeses and soaps. Always love visiting. You can even visit the goats from the fence near the parking lot.
4.5 based on 86 reviews
Go horseback riding down country trails less than one hour from Vancouver on a beautiful horse from Langley's Glen Valley Stables. Let our highly experienced guides take you on a trail ride to remember in Campbell Valley Park. Our one- to two-hour rides are safe and fun - you'll have the time of your life! Whether you're a seasoned rider or a first-timer, we have the horse for you. Our small, personal groups are perfect for both experienced and novice riders. Private rides available.
4.5 based on 92 reviews
A hockey game with free parking?! It is true. Plenty of parking is available (free) in a huge parking lot when attending a hockey game here. The facility is really nice, with a team store outside and lots of entrances to keep the lines short. Very fun game with Bowen Byram as the star of the game. The arena was full and the crowd was really into the game, which made for an enjoyable atmosphere. The food and beverage selection was good and the staff was all really friendly at the concessions, ushers, security, etc. Very cool memorabilia and history on exhibit throughout the arena, which is a great touch. Go to a game here and have fun, and leave your parking money at home or in your wallet.
4.5 based on 225 reviews
Campbell Valley Regional Park is maintained by the Metro Vancouver Regional Parks board. The park is formed from 6 historical farm plots, with portions set aside for the Langley Tree Farm and scout Camp McLean. It contains a vast number of hiking, walking and equestrian trails as well as function facilities such as picnic shelters. Within the park there are 29 kilometres of trails, all unpaved, 14 km of which are designated for equestrian use and 1 km of which is set aside solely for pedestrian and bicycle use. More bicycle trails have become available since the 2009 construction of the perimeter trail. The Southern end of the park is home to both the Rowlatt Farmstead and the historical Lochiel Schoolhouse. Both landmarks predate 1924. In the late 19th century and the early 20th century, many logging companies took advantage of the temperate rainforest in the area and clearcut the entire park. During this time, logging railways wound throughout the park. The route of one such rail line is clearly visible today along the Ravine Trail at the South end of the park. The routes of the railways are marked on park maps. An old paved racing oval is located in the eastern section of the park and is maintained by the Langley Speedway Historical Society. In the past, it was host to local and NASCAR racing events.
4.0 based on 61 reviews
The Great Escape is an indoor family entertainment center and theme park for all ages. Large indoor jungle themed playground, interactive floors, Ballistic Ball area, 3D indoor mini golf, laser tag, Air Trek obstacle adventure, toddler area, redemption games and great food. Book birthday parties, team windups, corporate team building, private parties, corporate Christmas parties, fundraising venue or just drop in and play.
So sad The Great Escape closed down! (January 2020) My family LOVED playing at The Great Escape. We thought it was by far the best indoor playground in the lower mainland - perfect for rainy days, which we have a lot. The playground itself was very large, safe and had a lot of variety for kids at different stages, At the bottom they had a toddler-only play area which was great when my kids were learning to walk. As my kids grew older they, they ventured into the main indoor playground. It was big enough for us parents to follow along and play too. We would all race down the waterfall slide or take turns going down the lava slide which was our absolute favorite. The interactive floor games were cool too. We also enjoyed the virtual arcade ride and arcade games. Wish we would have checked out the laser tag and miniature golf before they closed... I bet they were awesome too. Also, for a kid's indoor play area they kept it very, very clean. Thanks for the memories!!!
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