Camp at the fort this summer

Parks Canada’s newest accommodation will give visitors the rare opportunity to sleep inside the walls of the historic fort.

Fort Langley National Historic Site is offering overnight camping for families this summer.

Fort Langley National Historic Site is  offering oTENTik tents for overnight stays. Parks Canada’s newest accommodation will give visitors the rare opportunity to sleep inside the walls of Vancouver’s only historic fort.

This ‘turn-key’ camping offer is a great way to introduce camping to families as well as to help those who remember the camping experiences of their youth but no longer own the equipment.

Tents are equipped with a table, chairs and comfortable beds to accommodate up to six people. Fort Langley National Historic Site supplies the use of barbecues, a group campfire, and an individual fridge, as well as a complimentary breakfast. An Visitors need only bring food, personal effects and sleeping bags.

To reserve one of Parks Canada oTENTik tents, contact Fort Langley National Historic Site at 604-513-4799.

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