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Langley BC

Langley BC

Just east of Surrey, in southwest BC, lies the Township of Langley.  Positioned with the Fraser River to the north, the US to the south, and a stone’s throw away from Abbotsford.  Moving to or around Langley?  Get in touch with A1 Moving & Storage!

Langley Neighbourhoods


On the eastern border of the Township of Langley, with Abbotsford to the west, and the US border crossing with Lynden, Washington to the south, Aldergrove is a predominantly agricultural neighbourhood.  Aldergrove boasts a few key assets that make the area attractive for families, in particular: The (120 acre) Greater Vancouver Zoo; The Twilight Drive-In Theatre; and Aldergrove Regional Park, home to wetlands and native wildlife, with biking, hiking and horse-riding opportunities.

Brookswood / Fern Ridge

Brookswood  and Fern Ridge are mainly residential communities.  However, also on offer, are the beautiful Rees Lake, and Passive Park, where folks can relax in nature, or maybe play some disc golf.

City of Langley

Formerly known as Innes Corner, and later Langley Prairie, the City of Langley has been a separate municipality since 1955.  The downtown core is lined with shops and restaurants.  Also to be found are several parks, including Douglas Park, a busy venue for events and shows.  A couple of the more notable events, hosted by the city, are the annual car show – the Langley Cruise-In, and the Arts Alive Festival.

Forest Knolls

Formerly a farm, Forest Knolls was transformed in the sixties and seventies, into the affluent community that we find there today.

Fort Langley

This neighbourhood is undeniably best-known for the Fort Langley National Historic Site, a former trading post of the Hudson’s Bay Company, and commonly known as the ‘Birthplace of BC’.  Inside the palisades, you’ll find a folk museum of the 1800s, recalling the lives of fur traders and gold prospectors.  With regular events and performances, it’s a very popular spot, for tourists and locals alike.


Once known as Murray’s Corner, in homage to the family who owned most of the land in the 1800s, Murrayville is still home to six official heritage houses, as well as a thriving community.

Walnut Grove

Walnut Grove is a popular location for commuters, as it has easy access to Highway 1.  With three golf courses, as well as Derby Reach Regional Park, a popular site for camping or fishing along the Fraser, it certainly offers those commuters plenty of options for unwinding.