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Aldergrove, Canada
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Being full-time RVers we have fallen in love with this place as our winter camping destination. We spend our summers working in Barkerville and will now winter here as long as we can. Love that our two histories are connected. The staff are awesome and there is a real community feeling. There is so much to do in the way...

Thank Patricia R
Langley, Canada
Reviewed 2 January 2017

We are staying here for about 6 months. (Winter Camping) It is nice here except when it is cold and snowing. The men's washroom/shower is very cold, too cold to want to take a shower. When it rains or snows the unpaved roads become pothole haven, surprised no one has busted an axle. Hiring a grader would fix that. Don't...

Thank chairmanoftheboard87
Reviewed 11 October 2016 via mobile

We visited Fort Langley camping recently for the first time booking with 2 other families. The spot we stayed was a corner space that we found large and private. That camp grounds are spacious and there are trees though-out. They appeared to be fairly well maintained. There are many large potholes in the road way that I observed a tractor...

Thank sendmetosun
Hollywood, Florida
Reviewed 8 September 2016

What a nice campground. Roomy large lots for pull thrus. Big rigs close to town about 4-5 miles off the Hwy. Other attractions as well. Clean area, rest rooms, laundry. Would stop here again close to the border.

Thank Bud B
Maple Ridge
Reviewed 3 September 2016 via mobile

Not a very well managed campground. Hit and miss with staff, some nice, some should not be working anywhere near public. Pool is pretty dirty and the girls won't even go in. Great location, nice campsites. The utility vehicle the security guard drives around all night is very loud. Has woken me up .

Thank jamesgE8854DQ
Sault Ste. Marie, Canada
Reviewed 23 August 2016 via mobile

We moved from Ontario to BC and tried to book into a spot with our travel trailer for 4 nights before we got access to our new home. We needed to park a u haul too with a car in tow and was told we couldnt as there was no room for it, despite having seen plenty of parking spots...

Thank Liz S
Livingston, Texas
Reviewed 19 August 2016 via mobile

Our friends from Vancouver Island highly recommended this campground on our return trip from Alaska and we are glad we took their suggestion! Clean, quite, well maintained and reasonably priced! Easy in and out, full hook ups with cable tv! We are long and had no issues with the long pull thrus! There are a lot of things to do...

Thank Bigboomer1
Calgary, Canada
Reviewed 11 August 2016 via mobile

This is a great campground! Well run, clean, not noisy, lots of grass & play areas, sites have lots of grass & a picnic table. We had a pull through site & there was plenty of room for the 35' trailer & the 1 ton truck. I would highly recommend this campground & plan on staying there again next year....

Thank hoteamom
Surrey, Canada
Reviewed 5 August 2016

We got the very last spot of the park last night and then we noticed that many of the sites had about the same amount of natural privacy. There are hookups for RV's but we were tenting it which cost $41.00 including the $2.00/dog fee. If we had known there would be a charge for the dog, we would have...

1Thank converge77
Santa Cruz, California
Reviewed 26 July 2016

Lots of huge alders, green lawns, good walks in the woods, bike trails. This is not a quiet campground in daytime (lots of kids), but silent at night, except for the trains that run nearby. Choose a site on the outside perimeter if you want some privacy, as those are bigger and you aren't totally surrounded by other families. The...

Thank Carolofcalifornia

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Official Description (provided by the hotel)
Metro Vancouver's family camping resort located 45 min from downtown. Escape to Fort Camping in Brae Island Regional Park within walking distance of the historic Village of Fort Langley. We are a family oriented park and cater to a variety of different campers ranging from large RV's and small tenting sites, to large group camping areas and family tent cabins. Lots of fun for the whole family. Full Hookups, tent cabins; hot showers; laundry; supervised children's activities; heated outdoor pool; concession, & camp store, playground; near museums, antique & craft shops, canoe/kayak/bike rentals (seasonal); dining & golfing; weekly, monthly & seasonal rates available; Visa, MasterCard, debit cards; pets on leash; CP 24 hrs. ... more   less 

Additional Information about Fort Camping

Address: 9451 Glover Road, Fort Langley, British Columbia V1M 2R9, Canada
Region: Canada > British Columbia > Langley > Fort Langley
Number of rooms: 163
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“This is an RV site only.......no rooms available.”
chairmanoftheboard87, 2 Jan 2017 | Read review
“Get there early in the day to ensure choice of spots to rent, or better yet, reserve ahead.”
converge77, 4 Aug 2016 | Read review
“If you don't mind a little traffic noise, request a site close to the pool and cafe.”
Katnelsen, 10 Jul 2016 | Read review
“This is primarily a camp grounds with some rentable cabins.”
918jeffreym, 1 May 2016 | Read review
“If you are a light sleeper, get a site away from the river, the rail road is on the other side. Some of the first pull through sites are sloping a fair amount, in direction, further away from the office are less sloping. Most back in sites are also large.”
AndersTreiberg, 21 Aug 2014 | Read review
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