Campbell Valley is known for its custom estates on large lots. The neighbourhood is beautifully landscaped with trees and offers some of the best parks in the Fraser Valley. Campbell Valley is conveniently located near the USA border and just a short drive to the north into Downtown Langley.
Cambell Valley's defining characteristics:
- Campbell Valley is Langley’s wine capital. Hire an uber and create your own wine tour!
- Campbell Valley is known as an affluent neighbourhood in South Langley with a deeply entrenched equestrian culture.
- Campbell Valley Park is one of the best parks in Langley and has visitors from the whole Fraser Valley making their way here on the weekends.
Campbell Valley's Atmosphere and Appeal
Why you will love living in Campbell Valley
People love living in Campbell Valley because of the large acreages and the high quality of the homes. Many of the residents are moving in from the best neighbourhoods of Vancouver tired of the hustle and bustle. Campbell Valley is far enough from the Langley core that it keeps traffic to a minimum and its proximity to the USA, and the ocean is a bonus.
The atmosphere of Campbell Valley
If you’re looking for a beautiful and serene place to call home, then Campbell Valley in Langley is the perfect place for you. This lush and green valley is nestled among tall mature trees and picturesque mountains, making it a nature lover’s paradise. Campbell Valley real estate has some small homes but is mostly made up of large luxury estates and farms. There are currently no townhomes or condos in Campbell Valley.
Your Lifestyle In Campbell Valley
Activities In Campbell Valley
Campbell Valley Park is a large regional park in Langley that is perfect for running, hiking, biking, and horseback riding through the large network of trails. The park also has a dog-friendly off-leash area. In the summer months, bring your kids on the weekend to the Campbell Valley Nature House between 1:00 & 4:00 to meet with some volunteer hosts that can highlight some of the features of the park. The park is also popular for bird watching as there are over 200 species of birds that have been spotted in the park.
Food and Drinks In Campbell Valley
Wineries, wineries, and more wineries.
Just a short drive from Campbell Valley Park there are family-run wineries. All of the wineries have been in operation for over 20 years and offer stunning views of the valley. Here are a few to check out on your next tour.
Visit Bacchus Bistro at Chaberton Estate Winery for authentic French cuisine with perfectly paired wine. Bacchus Bistro is one of the best fine dining restaurants in the Fraser Valley with its amazing patio overlooking the 55-acre vineyard. Chaberton produces 20 wines that are 100% BC VQA with grapes from the Fraser Valley, Similkameen Valley, and the Okanagan Valley.
Glass House Estate Winery is a vineyard and boutique winery. They produce single vineyard, low-yield artisan wine, and their restaurant is great for a special anniversary, birthday or date night.
Alternatively, visit Vista Doro Farms and Winery for a walk and sip guided tour through the vineyard. In the spring and summer months, after your twenty to thirty-minute tour, you can have an original pizza creation at their on-site trailer called Pizzam.
The Campbell Valley Real Estate Market
Much of the Campbell Valley real estate is blessed with large acreages. With those larger lots come a heavier price tag than most of Langley, but if you’re looking for an affluent neighbourhood High Point should be top of your list. You can expect high-end finishings, large lots and in many cases, an equestrian centre.
If you’re interested in Campbell Valley real estate or any other properties in Langley, please contact me, and I’ll be happy to help you find your next executive home.