Dog Friendly Hiking: Campbell Valley Regional Park
For some excellent dog friendly hiking this spring and summer, head out to The Campbell Valley Regional Park which is located in a rural setting, in Langley, between 20th and 4th Ave, and 200th and 216th. It is a multi-use park designed for pedestrians, bicyclists, equestrians and dogs. Due to it’s multi-use nature dogs are required to be on-leash.
The park has approximately 29km of trails ranging from dirt path to boardwalks, taking you through forest, marsh and fields where you can pick blackberries in the late summer. The marshes are popular with bird watchers, and you can often spot deer in the open fields.
The biggest attraction of the park is the historic Langley Speedway, which was an active race track in the 60’s, 70’s, and early 80’s and was one of the few sites in BC to host Nascar events.
Boardwalks over the marsh, and lookouts spots for birdwatchers.
Fields full of mice, deer, blackberries and crab apple tress.
The historic racing oval
And dirt trails through scenic forests – The Campbell Valley Regional Park has it all!