Explore the most popular trails in Cambell Valley Regional Park with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

trail running
muddy
2 days ago

FYI, there are no sign posts with this loop name. You have to follow the signs for the other trails so you need to know where you are supposed to turn. I tried to get the verified completed yesterday, but I missed one turn towards the end and it didn’t register. Luckily it’s a beautiful park and I will have no problems going back there to try again.

Great for a quick loop....all year.

The best running trails at Campbell are in these middle/interior loops.

hiking
17 days ago

Watch out for horses. There was po o p on the trail. A nice long loop, but mostly double track. Good if you want to run next to your bud, but there are better trails cutting through the park.

I just went for a walk to catch some sun.
Would make a great short run
Very easy trail with only one hill

great trail with lots of options to make the hike longer or shorter. nice views of the wetlands and some forest trails to get out of the sun.

nice stroll, nothing to difficult... great place for bird watching. friendly people on the trail as well

hiking
muddy
1 month ago

trail running
muddy
1 month ago

It’s a horse trail, but a great 10km loop for running.
I recommend some shoes with good tread for the muddy conditions.
Nice views and you’re likely to see horses often. I saw 14 <3

Very easy walk, lots of horse poop, some icing spots. Didn’t see much, b/c was always looking down for poop. I would have giving it 4 out of 5 if it wasn’t for the horse manure.

I love this park!!! My Dad used to bring my brother, sister and I when we were kids and now my sister and I are bringing our kids. It's a little bit mucky in places but a beautiful walk!!!

Frozen slush today. Difficult to run. Look forward to trying again once the snow/ice melts.

trail running
snow
2 months ago

Fun trail. Lots of sinage. Since this particular loop goes on multiple trails in the park, I recommend following the map. Today was rainy and slushy, but with my waterproof trail running shoes, I was fine.

didn't make it the whole way, but a nice walk!

Beautiful!

needs to have better signs showing where you are and paths. We got lost.

Great walk minutes from Langley. Bring bird seed for the chickadees. Good for young kids and stroller friendly. Trail is hard packed gravel with a few boardwalk sections over the wetlands.

hiking
5 months ago

This is a good 10K power walk trail which I do regularly. Would rate it easy rather than moderate. As others have noted, avoid the horse poop. I’ve always found the horse riders polite. Remember it’s their trail and keep dogs calm and under control when the horses pass.

Excellent trail. Many different sections, ranging from narrow paths to wide packed horse roads. The boardwalk is well maintained and not slippery. Not suitable for strollers or young kids who get tired easily. Not much in terms of altitude but it is a fairly long walk that would burn young kids out (mine, anyways) halfway through.

Nice area but lots of horse poop. Horses have right of way and riders can be unpleasant towards pedestrians. Will not be returning.

Watch out for the horse manure

Easy walk on well groomed path.

Nice 11km trails to run, if you don't mind the horse manure, be careful where you step heads up. Couple of inclines but otherwise flat trails through the trees.. nice for walks with family.

very easy for a short jog!

on Little River Extended Loop

hiking
8 months ago

Love this trail. Its a good for young and old. Beautiful scenery too. Bring some wild bird seed and hold out your hand and watch the chickadees eat from your hand.

easy run except for the two hills at the beginning.

my favorite 2km run

hiking
9 months ago

my favorite 10km run

nature trips
9 months ago

The trail is 11km. I walked with my stroller my two year old and my 2 month old. there were some areas of slightly deeper gravel that was a bit harder to push through but completely doable. My two year old walked about half of the trail and sat in the stroller the rest. It was a beautiful trail. about 75% was in shade.

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