Campbell Valley / Otter DIstrict
The Heartbeat of Campbell Valley
Campbell Valley lies between Brookswood and the USA border and is mostly known for the beautiful, Campbell Valley Park.
There are rolling green fields, forests and trails, horse stables, and vineyards. South Langley is perfect for those who want the peace and privacy of country life, without having to move to the Interior of B.C. to find it.
Campbell Valley At A Glance
Big, Spacious, Open, and Private – Country Living At Its Langley Best
Campbell Valley is country, rural lifestyle at its best!
With mostly farms and acreages, it’s easy to fall in love with this area on a long, summertime, country drive.
Most of the acreages are on wells and septic systems, but some of the new construction in Fernridge and High Point are now serviced with city water/sewer and have been split into 10,000 sq. ft. lots.
There is not much for restaurants and entertainment in South Langley, but it does have the highest concentration of wineries in BC – outside of the Okanagan!
South Langley’s real estate market is mostly large acreages containing single family homes. A majority of the houses were built from the 1960s to the 1980s.
The properties generally are on well water and use a septic system, with the exception of the Fernridge area in South Langley, which is an up-and-coming area that is fully services on approximately 10,000 sq. ft. lots.
Crime is very low and you’ll never have an issue finding parking.
Country living and the private life
South Langley is for the person who loves country life and enjoys their privacy.
If you’ve every dreamt of owning horses, being minutes away from quirky wineries, and living a peaceful life away from the hustle and bustle – you’ll love this area.
A quick 15-minute drive will get you into downtown Langley and you basically live at the US border with Zero Ave taking you straight there within minutes.
Campbell Valley Lifestyle
Open, Spacious Country Living
Campbell Valley Is Great For
Imagining Your Life In Campbell Valley
How you’ll spend your weekends…
You’ll spend your weekends in the yard doing yard work on your large property – or you can hire a gardener and spend your weekends riding horses and visiting nearby wineries!
Your entertainment & restaurant situation…
Your entertainment and restaurant situation is limited out this far, but the Bacchus Bistro (at Chaberton Estate Winery) has an amazing chef. Make sure to book a reservation.
You can also head towards Brookswood to The Artful Dodger Pub! Feel free to ride your horse there.
What you’ll do after work…
More landscaping! Exciting right?
Or turn off the ride-on lawnmower and invite some friends out for a BBQ on your large lot.
Hobbies you can pick up…
Every winery in the area has a “Wine Club” so I would start there and then sign up for horse riding lessons.
In hindsight, maybe get the horse riding lessons before the Wine Club.
Campbell Valley is...
What You'll Love
Moving to South Langley, you’ll fall in love with the quiet lifestyle, the gorgeous scenery, and the ability to go from countryside to city in only a few minute’s drive.
What You Might Not Like
Properties in this area are mostly large acreages and farm land, which means that there aren’t really many shops and restaurants close. If you need a few necessities, you’ll be looking at a 15+ minute drive.
If you’re an investor, know that you’ll struggle with the zoning as South Langley is part of the Agricultural Land Reserve.
The Campbell Valley Market
Real Estate Stats
Average Campbell Valley Home Prices
(with or without acreage)
The Rental Market
There are very few rentals in South Langley and the rental market is not strong.
Key Landmarks & Amenities
Country Living and a Whole 'Lotta Space
At A Glance
Campbell Valley provides...
PROMINENT & LOCAL BUSINESSES
There are very few businesses in the Campbell Valley / South Langley area, but there are a whole ‘lotta wineries.
Twin's Favourite Picks
Chaberton Estate Winery
Glasshouse Estate Winery
Township 7 Winery
Location + Accessibility
Owning a vehicle is a must for transportation
You’ll need to own a vehicle if you live in South Langley. All of life’s “necessities” are a short drive into Langley, or about the same amount of time to get to South Surrey at South Point Exchange.
(calculated by drive time)
To Costco Langley: 20 min
To Downtown Vancouver: 60 min
To Burnaby: 1 hour 10 min
To Surrey City Centre: 50 min
To Skytrain Line: 50 min
To YVR Airport: 55 min
To USA Border: 5 min
To Ferries: 45 min
Campbell Valley is lacking major bus routes.
Taxis and rideshares are available, but expect a bit of a wait.
Nope! You’re a 50-minute car ride away from the closest Skytrain station.
Almost all your Campbell Valley errands will require a car.
You’re better off grabbing a taxi if you don’t own a car.
While there is minimal biking infrastructure, the wide, flat roads, and decent-sized shoulders make for great road cycling.