The City boasts several parks and trails that are sure to thrill any nature lover. The Muckle Creek trail takes you on a fabulous tour of Sendall Gardens. Passing the legacy garden, tropical greenhouse, and water feature. Not only is Sendall Gardens a great place to take a walk, it’s a popular setting for engagement and wedding photos. Park access points on 49, 49A and 50 Avenues.
Brydon Lagoon Nature Trail will take you on a tour of Brydon Lagoon, a magnificent wildlife sanctuary. The trail goes around the lagoon and has connectivity to the Rotary Nicomekl Trail and to Hi-Knoll Park in Surrey. This area is a bird lovers paradise.
Beginning at Buckley park on the western boundary, the Power Line trail follows the BC Hydro right-of-way east through the City and eventually brings you to the Uplands Dog-off Leash Park and the Dog Park Loop Trail at 206 Street.
The Nicomekl River and floodplain runs through the middle of the City and provides a wealth of recreation opportunities. The Rotary Floodplain Trail is a multi-use pathway that follows the Nicomekl River across the City of Langley, connecting into the City of Surrey, and is used for cycling, jogging, walking and provides opportunities to make a loop with other nature trails in the area. Parking to access the floodplain is available off of 53 Avenue, 203 Street and 208 Street.
Explore Langley City in a different way…. on wheels! The new Langley City Cycles bike trail maps take you throughout Langley City’s outdoor spaces, trails, and downtown one-way. Add a pop of colour to your ride by following the Mural Walk to uncover hand painted murals around every corner.
Welcome to the City of Langley Parks!
Botanical Gardens features 3.67 acres of beautiful and unique plants, shrubs, and trees.
This park is a popular location for wedding and family photos.
The tropical greenhouse offers a wide variety of colourful exotic plants and is open to the public from April 1 to October 1.
The Legacy Garden at Sendall Gardens is available to book for small wedding ceremonies and photos
For further information or to book call (604) 514-2865.
Portage Park is the main entrance to the Nicomekl Floodplain Trail system. Before the floodplain, there is an adventure playground and a paved play area for ball hockey. Washrooms are available.
206 Street and 44A Avenue
Uplands is an 18-acre, fully fenced area with a perimeter walking path where dogs and owners can meet and enjoy a large open space for walking and playing. There is a paved parking lot and a washroom located off 208 Street.
Hunter Park a small park with trails and some playground equipment set in a natural setting of heavily wooded areas with native trees.
Conder Park includes a playground, ball diamond, and a public washroom.
Penzer Bike Skills Park has dirt jumps for mountain bike enthusiasts and is extremely popular with riders from beginner to expert.
Nicholas Park is neighbourhood park complete with a playground, water park, perimeter jogging track, two picnic tables and a tennis court.
Iris Mooney Park is a small neighbourhood park with playground equipment.
Douglas Park has an accessible playground, two tennis courts, a water park (seasonal), a bowling green, a sports box, basketball hoops, and public washrooms. Douglas Recreation Centre, situated in the park, offers many programs for the citizens of Langley and is also available for rentals such as wedding receptions or banquets, etc. For more information, phone (604) 514-2865.
The Langley Spirit Square is a covered performance platform that can be booked for medium to large public events. For information or to book Spirit Square, please call 604-514-2902.
This park features Al Anderson Memorial Pool, a children’s waterpark and Dinosaur themed playground, a lacrosse box, 12 picnic tables, a picnic shelter, grassed open space, and washrooms. This park also includes a grass playfield at the south end fronting 48 Avenue and three ball diamonds on the north end of the park next to Blacklock Elementary School.
Three covered picnic shelters that can accommodate up to 30 people each are also available and can be booked for your picnic (parking is accessed through the lane at the 4900 block of 205A St). For further information or to book call (604) 514-2865.
Adventure playground, paved play area for ball hockey and basketball, intermediate soccer field, softball diamond, and washrooms.
Brydon Lagoon is south-west of Brydon Park and has a peaceful perimeter walk around the lagoon with opportunities to observe wildfowl.
This park is complete with two all-weather soccer fields, an adventure playground, and public washrooms. This park includes pathways that are part of the City's Nature Trail system.
Nicomekl includes a parking area off of 208 Street and is a good starting point to enter the floodplain and various walking trails.
Linwood Park has a soccer field, and wheelchair user accessible playground. Washrooms are available, and the site has access to a parking lot off of Michaud Crescent. This park also has a dog-off-leash park and community garden site.
Rotary Centennial Park has a playground, ball diamond, senior soccer field, display garden beds, and washrooms. A paved walking path follows the perimeter and the facilities are wheelchair accessible.
A neighbourhood park with an open grass area, trees, pathways, benches and a playground.
PARK NAME and STATUS
- Linwood Park - Soccer Field - Open
- City Park - Soccer Field - Open
- Rotary Park - closed until further notice
Seasonally, as weather changes, so can the conditions in the City of Langley's sports fields and diamonds. Occasionally, it may become necessary to close our fields and diamonds due to poor conditions.
Poor weather conditions or unsafe field conditions are the primary reasons for sports field closures. Most turf damage occurs with field overuse or use during inclement weather. It is in everyone’s interest to ensure that fields are not used when play damages the playing surface.
In order to meet the demand for high-quality fields, and ensure a safe playing field, both weather and field conditions are monitored on a weekly basis to ensure that scheduled games do not:
- Cause abnormal damage to the field surface
- Jeopardize further scheduled use of fields
- Compromise personal safety of league players or general public
Fields will be inspected by parks staff during the months of October – April for the following conditions:
- Standing water on field
- Frozen field conditions
- Ongoing field repair
- Forecasted severe weather warnings
If any of these conditions occur, fields may be temporarily or permanently closed.
Field Open – Coaches Responsibility
Although fields may be open for play as of Friday afternoon, weather and field conditions may deteriorate by game time. In these situations, it is the responsibility of the field users to determine whether or not to resume play. It is the expectation of the City of Langley that home team coaches will inspect the fields two hours prior to game time to ensure the safe and playable condition of the fields based on our critieria. If the home team coach designates the field as closed, it is their responsibility to notify the visiting team coach and their association.
Field Status Description
"Discretion" status indicates that fields are open under the condition that the weather conditions deteriorate and there is potential for the field to become unsafeor damaged then it will promptly be designated as "closed" by users.
"Closed" status indicates a field is unavailable for play.
Any teams caught playing on the field may forfeit the right to play on that field for the remainder of the season.
To report field damage, please contact 604-514-2912.
History of the Langley City Parks Foundation
On May 22, 1979, the Langley City Parks Foundation was established as a non-profit society. The Foundation was created to provide a means for individuals, groups and organizations to make donations towards park improvement projects in the City of Langley. The Parks Foundation works hand in hand with the City of Langley Parks Division and the Point of Pride Program to enhance our community. Donations are accepted for the purpose of installing approved fixtures and improvements in the City of Langley. All fixtures are maintained by City staff so that residents and visitors may appreciate your donation.
There are many reasons to donate to the Parks Foundation:
• Celebrate a personal or professional milestone in your life;
• Honour the memory of a loved one;
• Enhance community pride;
• Provide a living memory for friends and family; and,
• Recognize your school, club or sports organization.
Download the PDF version of Langley City Parks Donation Brochure, and contact City staff if you are interested in making a donation.
Classic Wooden Bench
Constructed with cast iron frame and wooden slat seating. Cost includes a commemorative plaque. ($2,200.00)
Recycled Plastic Bench
Constructed with recycled plastic. Cost includes a commemorative plaque. ($1,000.00)
Classic Wood Picnic Table
This attractive and accessible table is typically set on a concrete pad. Cost includes a commemorative plaque. ($2,200.00)
Recycled Plastic Picnic Table
Constructed with recycled plastic. Cost includes a commemorative plaque. ($1,200.00)
The species and location of the tree to be coordinated with the Parks Department. Cost includes a commemorative plaque. ($1,000.00)
• Donations are recognized with a receipt suitable for tax purposes.
• The donation includes the cost for supply and installation of the donated item.
• Location requests are welcome for the placement of donated items that commemorate a favourite place, a loved one or an important event. However, the final location will depend on site conditions.
• Timing of installation depends on multiple factors and may take several weeks. Donors will be contacted when the item is in place.
• Donations of benches and picnic tables are maintained for a period of 10 years after which time the donation may be renewed.
For further information, please contact:
Manager of Park Operations