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Campbell Valley 
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Park Features at a glance
Drinking Water Public Phone Picnic Shelter Group Camp Visitor Centre Heritage Site / Building Canoeing / Kayaking Equestrian Facilities 
Trail Information
Hiking / Walking 29 km  Horseback riding 14 km  Cycling 1 km 
Maps and Directions
Campbell Valley is in south Langley, between 200th and 216th Street and 4th and 20th Avenue. There are two good locations for a first-time visitor to begin: the North Valley entrance on 16th Avenue or the South Valley Entrance on 8th Avenue. If coming from Highway 1, take the 200th Street Avenue south exit and drive south to the lights at 16th Avenue. Turn left. The North Valley parking lot is on your right at the bottom of the hill.  Coming from Highway 99, take the 8th Avenue east exit. Cross 200th Street and watch for the South Valley Parking lot on your left.
Park Hours
In general, parks are open during daylight hours. For specific hours see PDF below.

Park Hours
Reservable Facilities:
Other Info
Please join us in September at Campbell Valley Regional Park for the annual Country Celebration event. Call 604-432-6391 during business hours or email anytime.
 
Campbell Valley Regional Park contains the Shaggy Mane Trail, a dual-use trail open to pedestrians and equestrians. Pedestrians are expected to yield to equestrians when sharing the trail.
 
The Annand/Rowlatt Farmstead is a designated historical site with restored buildings dating back to 1898.
 
The Lochiel Schoolhouse was built in 1924 and operated as a one-room school until 1975.  It was moved to the park in 1988 to complement other heritage buildings on site.
Dog Information
Dogs
Dogs must be under control at all times. There are on-leash and leash-optional areas in the park; the seasonal leash-optional area on 4th Ave is open October 1 to April 1. Check local signs for details. Please show courtesy to other park visitors by removing your dog’s poop.
For more information, please see Dogs in Metro Vancouver Regional Parks.
Accessibility
Accessibility
The Visitor Centre and Wildlife Garden, Old Orchard Group Picnic Area (washroom partially accessible) and Coyote Group Camp are partially accessible (low toilet seat). Picnic tables and toilets at the North Valley Entrance, South Valley Entrance are also accessible (some may have difficulty, however with the heavy door, or latch). Toilets at the Equestrian Centre are not accessible.
 
Trails
Little River Loop Trail- is 2.2 km in length, and is a minimum 1.7 m wide. Most of the trail has a gentle grade (less than 5% slope) while 40 m of trail has 6-8% slope. The trail suface is a firm surface (packed crushed rock).
 
Perimeter Trail is 900 m in length, 2.4 m wide, with a maximum grade of 6-8% slope for 10 m. The rest of the trail has gentle slopes.
 
Park SafetyUsing the Park Safely:
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Parks Field Trips
Fishing

Contact Us
The calendar fills quickly so please plan to register two months in advance of your preferred date. Book on-line or call 604-432-6359 for more information.

Park Partners
Campbell Valley Park Association -- a variety of non-profit groups and volunteers work in partnership with Metro Vancouver Parks to shape the care, use and development of the park, and to plan events and projects.  The Park Association works to represent these diverse groups and individuals in advising Metro Vancouver Parks on issues and management planning. For more information or to get involved, contact the Community Development Coordinator at East Area Office at 604-530-4983 or go to the Park Partners website (external).
For Information, Questions, or Comments
Metro Vancouver Regional Parks East Area Office: 604-530-4983
Pacific Parklands Foundation
Pacific Parklands Foundation
Founded in 2000, Pacific Parklands Foundation (PPF) is a non-profit organization dedicated to the conservation and enhancement of Metro Vancouver’s regional parks. An arm’s length organization, PPF is valuable to Metro Vancouver as a fundraising body dedicated to regional parks projects, youth environmental leadership, volunteers and regional parks associations, and the commemorative and memorial gifts program.
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Resources

Fire Danger Rating Advisory
as of July 11, 2014
Current Rating: HIGH
Visitors are asked to obey posted signs and fire danger guidelines:
■Stay on trails
■No smoking
■Campfires permitted in supervised campgrounds only, and only as local fire authorities allow
-  campfires in all public fire rings/pits, including those in group camps and picnic shelters, are prohibited
■Barbeques are only permitted in approved facilities under direct supervision
- Propane or gas powered preferred,
- if you are using briquettes, PLEASE dispose of them carefully in provided receptacles
■Be aware of all spark sources
■Report all forest fires to 911 and Parks staff
For more information call 604-432-6350.
Trail Advisories
Construction of new West Valley Pedestrian Connector Trail

The West Valley Pedestrian Connector Trail project includes construction of a new pedestrian trail and boardwalk that will connect the North Valley entrance to the Perimeter Trail on the west side of the park. (Please see map.)The trail will include forest and wetland experiences and a gentle slope with stairs over the western escarpment. Walkers, joggers and parents with trail strollers will be able to complete new circuits without travel on the Shaggy Mane Trail.
Construction will begin November 2013 and continue through Summer 2014. During this time, park visitors may encounter construction noise and equipment. For your safety, please obey all signs, and stay away from work crews and equipment.
For more information, please contact Regional Parks East Area Office at 604-530-4983.
Upcoming Events
Thursday, July 24
10 km Trail Running Series
Saturday, July 26
Nature Knowledge 101: Plant Identification