|Centrally located in the Fraser Valley this area has a relaxed lifestyle that attracts all types of people. With over 300 acres of parkland, a pedestrian downtown area, and annual events such as the Langley Good times Cruise-In. Langley City has a small city community spirit that thrives with amenties such as shopping, with 600 unique shops, services, libraries, recreation centres and pools. As a tourist attraction Langley has a diversity of activities and attractions with professionally maintained fields for many world-class sports. Langley is affordable and accessible, located 40 km from the city of Vancouver, and nestled next to the Border crossing into the USA. Looking for things to do, well, here are a few ideas for you. Play golf, go horseback riding, taste sample wines, visit a national historic site, pick some mouth watering blueberries and strawberries, visit the farms and gardens of the area, take a ride, walk, bike or blade the local parks, visit the nearby zoo, or take a ride on a train into the fraser canyon. The significant range of sports include soccer feilds, ball diamonds, swimming pools, ice hockey and roller arenas, horse shows. Speaking of horses, Langley is the horse capital of BC with close to 7000 horses in an assortment of breeds, with outdoor shows including Cloverdales Fraser Downs races, drill teams, equestrian activities, indoor arenas and spectator village at Thunderbird Park. A rural countryside surrounds the compact business centre, with south Langley presenting Campbell Valley Regional Park which is larger than Stanley Park and situated next to the Canadian, US border.