Derby Reach Regional Park

Regional Park

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Allard Crescent
Langley, BC, Canada V1M 3V9
604-530-4983
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GPS: 49.208, -122.6174

Last Price Paid: $21
Number of Sites: 38
Pad Type: gravel
Open Seasonally: March-Oct.
Tent Camping: Yes

2 people have reviewed this location.

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1 review
Nightly rate: $21
Days stayed: 4

darcikroes would stay here again

“Great for dog walkers”

Reviewed Jul 01, 2018

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This is one of my favourite campgrounds because I can sit in a lawn chair and watch the trains or tugboats on the river or walk my dogs extensively. Lots of trails.

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This review is the opinion of a Campendium member and not of Campendium.com


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Evergreengirl
WA
Escape 19
2009 Honda Ridgeline
51 reviews
Nightly rate: $21
Days stayed: 1
Site Number: 11
“River view from every site!”

Reviewed Jul 08, 2016

Overall Rating

Derby Reach Regional Park is managed by Metro Vancouver and includes not only the campground at Edgewater Bay, but also approximately 800 acres of wetlands, bogs, forests and meadows.

The campground itself is situated on the south shore of the Fraser River and since every site is a back-in you're assured a river view no matter which site you select (there are no reservations). We enjoyed watching the barge and other watercraft traffic on the river and in the morning we were charmed by a large visiting flock of Canada geese. This campground has no hook-ups or dump station but there are vault toilets and water spigots throughout the campground. Big rigs would find the sites challenging. Firewood is available to purchase from the camp host. In addition to camping there is a large day use area with a picnic pavilion and an off-leash dog area.

There is a nice walking/running/biking trail that parallels the riverbank from either end of the campground. If you go east you'll see some amazing giant cottonwood trees - I've never seen any bigger. If you're feeling ambitious, you can ride your bike all the way (maybe about 7 miles?) to the town of Fort Langley on the Fort to Fort Trail. The park also includes an historic heritage area where early day settlers lived.

Two caveats about this campground. Number one is that the riverbank slopes steeply and the Fraser is deep and swift so children need to be closely supervised. Number two is that there is a lot of train traffic on the opposite side of the river so you will get some train noise. We didn't find it too offensive though.

The price listed above is in Canadian funds.

Access
Location
Cleanliness
Site Quality
Noise

This review is the opinion of a Campendium member and not of Campendium.com


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Hookups:
  • dry camping
Recreation:
  • fishing
  • picnic area
  • recreation trail
  • water access
Site Amenities:
  • fire ring
  • picnic table
Facilities:
  • trash
  • water available
Pets:
  • pets

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