10 Exciting Things To Do In Langley Before The End Of Summer

Travel & Outdoors
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Summer is for staycations—because when there’s so much to do in your own backyard; why go anywhere else?

Langley is an idyllic getaway no matter where you are in Metro Vancouver; with a plethora of fun things to do and exciting places to stay.

Things To Do in Langley

Eat all the ribs

things to do in langley summer

Photo: Ribfest Langley

If you like ribs, you do not want to miss out on this epic event. RibFest Langley is happening August 16-18th and it’s one of the city’s most delicious festivals. The event features world renowned ribbers and other food vendors (you definitely wont leave here hungry). Smoke & Bones BBQ, Boss Hogs and Prairie Smoke are just some of the joints you can try. And there will be plenty of vegetarian options as well—so there’s something for everyone.

Wine tasting


Photo: Backyard Vineyards

Nothing says Summer like sipping on some wine and digging into charcuterie on a sprawling patio. That’s where Backyard Vineyards comes in. Explore the scenic vineyards, sample a vast array of reds and whites and just kick back and relax on their patio while soaking up the sunshine. Langley is a hot spot for wineries, with lots of amazing spots to drink up the best B.C. has to offer. Chaberton Estate and Blackwood Lane are just a couple other options in Langley you should add to your bucket list.

Go berry picking


Photo: Krause Berry Farms

For a day well-spent, head to one of Langley’s serene farms. Krause Berry Farms features U-pick berry fields, a bakery and an estate winery. Plus, they have a massive market full of fresh and local goods to stock up on. If you’re going here—make sure to save room for their signature pies (or take one home). Driediger Farms Market is another good option—and the perfect destination to pick some of the province’s best strawberries, blueberries, raspberries and red currants. Make sure to set aside an entire afternoon for this spot though; as you’ll want to also peruse their shop filled with local goodies.

Watch a movie under the stars

Outdoor Movie Screenings

Photo: Twilight Drive-In / Facebook

It’s easily the perfect date night or just a fun activity out with friends. Spend an evening under the stars watching a movie and eating your favourite snacks at the classic Twilight Drive-In. It’s a must during the Summer months so make sure to check it out at least once while you still can.

Hit the trails at Campbell Valley Regional Park

Whether you’re looking to break a sweat or go forest bathing—this serene park has lots of trails to explore. The sprawling park is located amongst farm land and has a vast trail network for walking, biking and horseback riding.

Matinee movie in the Bay


Photo: @nicolegodkin/Instagram

For another fun activity this Summer—enjoy a movie while you swim in Breaker Bay, at the Otter Co-op Outdoor Experience. Finding Nemo is screening on August 25th and Finding Dory will be shown on September 8th. Nothing beats a leisurely swim while watching a cartoon flick.

Grab a coffee & bite at Wendel’s

Coffee Shops

photo: Sonja Peterson Photography

The iconic Wendel’s in Fort Langley is one part book shop and one part eatery. It’s also the perfect spot to stop for a coffee and quick bite while out exploring the historic little village. Sit on the patio for the ultimate people-watching spot.

Places To Stay

Views for days at Mt Bakerview Bed & Breakfast


Photo: Mt Bakerview Bed & Breakfast

This hidden gem gives you the best of both worlds. It’s nestled amongst the countryside with breathtaking mountain views but it’s also just minutes away from shopping and other popular tourist attractions. Whether you’re just visiting or want to be a tourist in your own city—this B&B has a lot to offer.

Stay cozy at the Sandman Signature


Photo: Sandman Signature

For a cozy (and luxurious) nights stay—check out Langley’s Sandman Signature. The hotel is the perfect blend of elegance and comfort. And it’s conveniently located in the vibrant community of Walnut Grove, with lots of activities just a stones throw away.

Glamp at Otentik


Photo: Fort Langley National Historic Site

Step up your camping game by staying in an adorable tented cabin at the Fort Langley National Historic Site. It’s a unique accommodation that will offer you an experience you won’t soon forget. They are brimming with charm, with different themes—including one based on the Gold Rush. Enjoy a little bit of history as you unwind in this cozy hideaway.

From country-style B&B’s to whimsical guest houses—Langley has a lot of variety when looking at places to stay, check out some more options here.

For more fun places to explore, check out our Travel & Outdoors section.

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