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Explore Langley: Derby Reach Regional Park, Fort-to-Fort Trail
From Tourism Langley. Located on the Fraser River, this park has three distinct areas: the western area off 208th Street provides easy access to river fishing and camping; this is also the beginning of the Fort-to-Fort Trail.
The northern central area along Allard Crescent provides easy access to the first Fort Langley site and includes some historic buildings.
It is situated next to the Fort-to-Fort trail which continues along the Fraser River up to the site of today’s Fort langley National Historic site. The southern central parking area off McKinnon Crescent provides easy access to the circular Houston Trail, a peaceful nature walk through a wooded forest.
22000 Block Allard Crescent
Fort Langley, BC
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