Derby Reach Park, Langley B.C.

A beautiful park located in Langley, B.C. It sits on the bank of the Fraser River affording great views.

Derby Reach Park is a beautiful park located in Langley, B.C. (approximately 54 kilometres from Vancouver). It sits on the banks of the Fraser River affording great views. There are plenty of picnic tables and a washroom and outhouse facilities. This is the site for the Fort To Fort Trail, a wonderful bike and/or walking trail that hugs the Fraser River. If you get on the trail at Derby Reach you can follow it east to Fort Langley (4.4 km/2.7 miles). Fort Langley is a tourist destination for many visitors. The town is full of old shops and some restaurants. Fort Langley is a historic site, being the site where the Hudson's Bay Company  constructed a trading  Fort in 1827. You can visit a remade version of the fort located  four kilometres from the original location. Here you will find rough-hewn timber buildings, costumed interpreters telling the stories of the fort, firing  muskets and panning  for gold.

Derby Reach park has beautiful RV sites right on the Fraser River. Derby Reach has 38 unserviced campsites that  are non-reservable and available to the public between March 1 and October 31. The cost is $25 per party per night, and  $22 for seniors and disabled persons. There is a limit of two licensed vehicles per pad.  Campers may stay for a maximum of ten nights at a time.