Langford is home to four lakes and a variety of multi-use parks to explore. Additionally, we have many different playgrounds and spray parks to keep the little ones busy. Click on each of the images below for more information.

A.T. Gordon Memorial Park

Centennial Park

Ed Fisher Memorial Park

Mill Hill Regional Park

The Jordie Lunn Bike Park

Thetis Lake

Veteran’s Memorial Park

A.T. Gordon Memorial Park

A. T. (Tom) Gordon Memorial Park in the Happy Valley neighbourhood, is built with Langford’s little leaguers in mind.

The park’s baseball diamond is sized for little league baseball teams. Players’ younger siblings can scramble over the jungle-gym and excavator while their big brothers and sisters shoot hoops on the basketball court. Parents can watch them all from the permanent bleacher stands behind the diamond.

A concession/washroom facility stands in the centre of the A. T. Gordon Memorial Park. Parking and picnic facilities are available.

 

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Centennial Park

Centennial Park is one of Langford’s new water parks. Located halfway between Downtown and Langford Lake, Centennial Park is the perfect place for families to gather, watch a baseball game, or explore the Explorer Dome.

Four improved baseball diamonds, two upgraded tennis courts, and a washroom/concession building keep adults happy while two playgrounds and a new water park entertain the kids. The playground and picnic tables are specially surfaced to accommodate children with physical challenges.

Ample parking is available.

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Ed Fisher Memorial Park

Mill Hill Regional Park

A little-known oasis of nature, this park exemplifies the exquisite beauty and ecological wealth of our region. Walk through cool woodland and climb to the summit (203m) for spectacular views.

Visitors can discover a variety of environments in this park. Hike on trails that meander past a Douglas-fir forest, a Garry oak ecosystem and a rocky hilltop. Take in breathtaking views overlooking Esquimalt Harbour and a scenic panorama of the Victoria area. At the summit, visit the Regional Parks 35th Anniversary peak-finder cairn, built from stones found at the summit and mounted on the foundations of a Forest Service lookout tower.

For more adventurous hikers, a trail winds down the eastern side of Mill Hill and connects with a trail to Thetis Lake Regional Park on the other side of the Trans-Canada Highway.

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The Jordie Lunn Bike Park

Please note that the Jordie Lunn Bike Park is still under construction and is not yet open to the public. We anticipate an opening date of May 2021.

The Jordie Lunn Bike Park is a one-of-a-kind recreational cycling facility that caters to cyclists of a variety of ages and abilities. It combines elements of dirt jumping, a pump track, skills area and a cyclocross and mountain bike trail network in one seamless platform. The Jordie Lunn Bike Park has been built to inspire the local community to come together in their love for fun and innovative sport.

 

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Thetis Lake

One of the most visited regional parks in the Capital Regional District, Thetis Lake is one of the largest regional parks with over 40 kilometers of recreational trails to explore. Established as Canada’s first nature sanctuary in 1958, this park promotes natural area conservation and recreation.

The beach area of Thetis Lake is perfect for a family picnic or refreshing swim. If you have a canoe, try an early morning paddle and you may even have the lake all to yourself.

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Veteran’s Memorial Park

Veterans Memorial Park is Langford’s downtown urban park and the site of the City’s yearly festivals, events and popular Goldstream Farmers Market.

At the centre of the park is a cenotaph, commemorating the men and women of the Canadian Forces who have given their lives in the line of duty, and where Langford holds its yearly Remembrance Day ceremonies.

For everyday use and community events, the park has a new playground and family water park, a basketball court, a gazebo for picnics and musical performances and an accessible public washroom. A feature water fountain by the cenotaph and a lush garden add a peaceful ambience to the park.

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