5 Things To Do in Langford This Fall
Make the most out of this beautiful season. Here are some great things to do in Langford this fall!
1. The Station Food Truck and Music Festival
Grab your friends and family and join us at The City of Langford’s 2nd Annual Food Truck & Music Festival at The Station! Enjoy the delicious food and beverages from over 15 trucks while listening to some amazing local musicians.
Food Truck Line Up:
- Deadbeetz Burgers
- Greek on the Street
- MorningStar Coffee Rostarie
- BABKA Bakery House
- Beaver Tails
- Candytime Victoria
- Flourish BeauTea
- Fresh Coast
- Holy Cow Mini Donuts
- Kattia’s Kitchen
- Lexi’s Ice Cream and Treats
- Los Panas Kitchen
- Mama Rosie’s Food Truck
- Scorpion Chef
- The Bannock Room
- The Hot Dog Guys
What: The Station Food & Music Festival
Where: The Langford Station Arts & Cultural District
When: Friday, September 22nd from 4pm to 8pm and Saturday, September 23rd from 12pm to 7pm
With over a dozen food trucks, a lineup of amazing musicians, beer garden, and lots of games and activities, this event is not to be missed!
2. Explore the scenery along the Ed Nixon Trail
Take a stroll along the Ed Nixon Trail and take in the stunning scenery. This beautiful path runs along the bank of Langford Lake and is the perfect place to see the leaves change their colour in the fall season.
The trail is 4.5km in length and is enjoyed by walkers, joggers, cyclists, and families alike. Amenities include washrooms, benches to stop for a rest, picnic tables, and a playground for the kids to enjoy.
3. Join us at Treat Street
The City of Langford and Langford Fire Rescue invite you to join us for Treat Street on October 31st from 5:30 to 8:30 PM!
Bring your little superheroes and skeletons, pirates and princesses down to The Langford Station for a free family trick-or-treat experience. There will be free hot dogs, treats, and more! The perfect family-friendly way to spend this spooky season.
4. Watch the Salmon Run at Goldstream River
In mid October, thousands of salmon swim up the Goldstream River to spawn. Most of these salmon are Chum Salmon, but you can also find Chinook and Coho Salmon in smaller numbers. You can start your visit at the Goldstream Nature House where they have naturalists on hand to answer questions and a live underwater salmon cam! Make sure to visit their website to learn more about the Salmon Run and plan your visit.
5. Cheer on your local Westshore Rebels!
Grab tickets to watch the Westshore Rebels play football at Starlight Stadium and join in on all the excitement. Grab a drink or hotdog from the concession and try your luck at catching a t-shirt from the t-shirt cannon!
Rebels games are fun for the whole family and a great way to get out into the community while celebrating our talented local athletes.