Quality Hotel & Suites
6465 - 201 Street
Langley, BC V2Y 0G8
Phone: (604) 534-5110
Fax: (604) 534-5170
Situated amidst a lush green environment, George Preston Recreation Centre is a complete event venue to host any kind of formal and informal events. This recreation center features a main hall with the capacity to accommodate about four hundred people, few meeting rooms, a lounge and a curling club. Apart from this, an ice arena makes for a perfect entertainment venue, while the curling lounge with the capacity to accommodate about one hundred and fifty people is an ideal place to relax and unwind with friends and family.
Eaglequest Coyote Creek Golf Club presents you plenty of opportunities to explore your golfing talents. Whether you're an amateur golfer or a professional, you will find suitable challenges along the course. Set amidst lush, verdant lands, this mid-length 18-hole golf course is home to multiple golf tournaments from time to time. The course also houses the Grandview Room which is perfect for hosting private events, weddings and banquets. Check website for more details.
Kanaka Creek Regional Park, is a park located around the banks of the eponymous creek. It begins at Fraser River, and extends all the way till Webster's Corners community, which stretches for around 11 kilometers (seven miles). Spread across 400 hectares (988.42 acres), this protected land is a great recreation zone where you can get cocooned in nature. Scenic trails running through the park offer hikers an exhilarating experience. The best part of the park is at the emergence, The Riverfront area. Picnic tables and boat launch pads can be found here.
Greater Vancouver Zoo is a great place for adults and children alike to know more about the animals, zoo environment and its impact in the natural world. The zoo's aim to become a world renowned zoological institute is seen in their animal and habitat conservations as well as educational activities. There have been animals who were rescued, rehabilitated and sent back to the wild, while some who have taken permanent residency here. Enclosures of various wild animals draws an awe inspiring sigh and respect from all visitors and reminds us of the need of conservation. Overall its an exciting place to take your kids along and to see them jumping with joy each time they see an animal is just worth it.
The Mundy Park is a haven for sports as well as nature lovers. Scenic trails, picturesque views of the Mundy Lake and Lost Lake make for a perfect spot to explore the beauty of nature. Apart from that, it features an outdoor pool, playground, picnicking area and so forth.
Minnekhada Regional Park is a park that has a large variety of trees, birds and animals. It is popular owing to the trails like Quarry Trail, Mid-Marsh Trail and so forth; it also home to the Minnekhada Lodge and Minnekhada Farm.
Lafarge Lake is a man-made lake located in Coquitlam, British Columbia. The lake is massive in length and is stocked throughout the year with trout and whitefish for public fishing. Till date, this artificial lake is astonishingly well maintained and is a fitting site for picnics. The Water's Edge Festival and Free Fishing day is held at the lake.
Located closed to the City Hall, the City Centre Aquatic Complex is an aquatic center that features a swimming pool (Olympic size). Other facilities include wave pool, lazy river, whirlpool, sauna and so forth. For more details, check website.
Town Centre Park is a local park that boasts of amenities like Evergreen Cultural Centre, sports facilities, a playground, splash pad and so forth. This park is a part of the Canada Day Celebrations, and hosts variety of events.
Como Lake, located in Coquitlam, British Columbia, is a small lake. It is a popular recreational spot for local residents with hiking and walking trails. The lake is stocked with fish, which makes it a favorite for the activity. Como Lake is also inhabited by geese and ducks.
Vancouver Golf Club was established in 1911, by a group of avid British golfers, making it one of the oldest golf clubs in the nation. It started out as the British Columbia Golf Club, but was later renamed Vancouver Golf Club in 1942. Located approximately 20 kilometers (12.4 miles) to the west of Vancouver, this is one of the most prestigious clubs. The 18-hole course offers the professional golfer an exhilarating game. The grounds can also be rented out for private celebrations.
Rocky Point Park is located and locally referred to as Rocky Point. It is equipped with a swimming pool, skateboarding park, playground, boat house, and trails for hiking. For complete details, check website.