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A curious Douglas squirrel curious Douglas squirrelphoto by Tammy Hubbard
Campbell Valley photo1 Valley photo1Cycling one of the many trails at Campbell Valley Regional Park
Campbell Valley photo2 Valley photo2Rowlatt farmstead recalls days of farming
Campbell Valley photo3 Valley photo3Country Celebration, is an annual fall fair held at Campbell Valley Regional Park
CampbellValley-photo11 lupine - lupinus sericeus - is common in ditches and fields. This member of the pea family grows to about 1 m in height; considered to be poisonous if eaten or ingested.
CampbellValley-photo16 equestrian center at Campbell Downs is set amongst gently rolling fields. Even those without a horse can enjoy its pastoral setting. Always a great place for a picnic.
CampbellValley-photo22 Grape is commonly found throughout the region.
CampbellValley-photo30 tents for vendors at Country Celebration 2011
CampbellValley-photo8 Daisy - Bellis perennis
History and nature at Campbell Valley Regional Park and nature at Campbell Valley Regional Parkphoto by James Putnam
Vine Maple Trail Maple TrailMixed forest filters afternoon sunlight along the Vine Maple Trail in Campbell Valley Regional Park
Vine Maple Trail 1 Maple Trail 1Vine Maple Trail is easily accessible from the North Valley entrance and parking lot.





Campbell Valley Regional ParkCampbell Valley Regional Park-122.66083323649.031186045,,+-122.66083323600&sll=49.24515,,-122.935388&sspn=0.010562,,0.027831&ie=UTF8&z=16,,+-122.66083323600&sll=49.24515,-122.935388&sspn=0.010562,0.027831&ie=UTF8&z=16<div class="ExternalClass6014B385D21C4A0D91499E4C65EAFFAF"> <div>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.</div></div>, Campbell Valley



<div class="ExternalClass6159BB611D844AFBA23F7D511CCBFD1B"><div class="panel"><h4>Visitor Centre</h4><p> <i class="fa fa-arrow-right"></i> <a href="/services/parks/discover/visitor-centres/campbell-valley-nature-house">Campbell Valley Nature House</a></p> </div><div class="panel"><h4>Special Project</h4><p> <i class="fa fa-arrow-right"></i> <a href="/services/parks/learn/projects-and-initiatives/cambpell-valley-ecological-enhancement/Pages/default.aspx">Campbell Valley Regional Park Ecological Enhancement Project</a></p></div></div>





Washroom building & area around old Nature House building at South Valley is temporarily closed<div class="ExternalClass219BBFE58D6648D493EE2D0490154AAC"><p><strong>Washroom Closure, </strong><strong>October - December, 2018<br></strong>Due to renovation work, the washroom building at South Valley and immediate fenced area is closed. Nearby portable toilets are provided for public use. More toilets are located at the Old Orchard Group Picnic Area.</p><p><strong>Old Nature House </strong><strong>Building Demolition & Site Restoration, </strong><strong>November, 2018 – March 2019<br></strong>The area immediately around the old Nature House building, including the ponds, will be closed. The building will be demolished and the landscape will be restored. The old Nature House building reached the end of its lifespan. Nature House programs have moved to the Red Barn at the Annand/Rowlatt Farmstead.</p><p><em><strong>Please obey posted signs and stay back from equipment and crews.</strong></em></p></div>True



Whooo's Hoot Owl ProwlWhooo's Hoot Owl Prowl<div class="ExternalClass4BC40D5CA726429FB98343AF0B190FBC"><p>​Join naturalits on a night prowl and discover why owls are such great hunters of the night.</p></div>GP0|#6bc03fc5-00e6-4aad-916c-19a8fd2947c0;L0|#06bc03fc5-00e6-4aad-916c-19a8fd2947c0|Langley;GTSet|#53279cbe-e6bf-4ccb-a100-a874de0381d311062019-01-19T03:00:00Z
Hands-On Scientist; Barn OwlsHands-On Scientist; Barn Owls<div class="ExternalClassFDFEA290EA414A4289D7692FB7C95109"><p>​Delve into the secret lives of park plants and animals as scientists share presentations and research techniques then guide a walk in the park.<br></p><p>Join researcher Sofi Hindmarch for a night of fascinating owl study insights and a walk to look for owl signs.</p></div>GP0|#6bc03fc5-00e6-4aad-916c-19a8fd2947c0;L0|#06bc03fc5-00e6-4aad-916c-19a8fd2947c0|Langley;GTSet|#53279cbe-e6bf-4ccb-a100-a874de0381d311002019-01-26T03:00:00Z
Owl Hoot-enannyOwl Hoot-enanny<div class="ExternalClass2AAA2C76AEF24FA187B88CA1AF6B2A89"><p>​Hoot along with live owls! Uncover the mystrious lives of owls with skull and feather displays, activities and crafts.</p></div>GP0|#6bc03fc5-00e6-4aad-916c-19a8fd2947c0;L0|#06bc03fc5-00e6-4aad-916c-19a8fd2947c0|Langley;GTSet|#53279cbe-e6bf-4ccb-a100-a874de0381d310902019-02-23T20:00:00Z



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