Here are some frequently asked questions that will help you prepare for your camping experience with us.
1. What time is Check-in and Check-out?
Early check-ins cannot be arranged prior to the morning of check-in and are subject to a $25 early check-in fee based on site availability.
Late check-outs cannot be arranged prior to morning of check-out and are subject to a $25 late check-out fee based on site availability allowing camper to stay until 3pm.
2. What time do your gates close?
Fort Camping is gated 24hrs. Upon check-in campers are issued one gate entry card allowing them access to come and go as required. Gate entry cards are to be returned at check-out to the card box located at the back of the gate house. There is a $50 replacement fee for all non-returned or lost cards.
Peak Season: 9am-9pm
Off Season: 9am-5pm
3. How many people can be on one campsite?
Campsites have a maximum occupancy of 5 people per site combined children and adults. Site fees are based on 2 adults per site. Additional adults are $10 per night/per adult.
4. Are pets allowed?
Yes, in RV sites only…no pets are allowed in the tent cabins
maximum 2 pets per site
Pet Fee: $2 per pet/per day
All pets, including cats, must be on a leash at all times including on your campsite. Pets are not to be left unattended at any time. Dog waste bags are provided throughout the campground, please ensure you clean up after your pet.
No Off Leash area is available at Fort Camping.
Are there restrictions on the size and type of pets? While we do not discriminate against size n type of pet, for the protection of all our guests any pet showing signs of aggression my lead to the termination of the permit to occupy.
5. How many vehicles can I park at my site?
ONE vehicle only.
Additional vehicles will be charged $10 per day and must park in the designated additional parking. NO DOUBLE PARKING and NO PARKING ON THE GRASS.
We cannot accommodate boat trailers on campsites.
6. Are campfires permitted?
Yes, small fires are permitted in the fire pits provided, subject to fire bans. Fires are only permitted from 8 am to 11 pm – for the safety of all this is strictly enforced. Please do not move fire pits.
Propane fire pits are permitted and the same fire rules apply.
7. Do you have a camp store/cafe?
Yes, we offer both. Fort Camping offers a variety of items including Ice cream, novelty items, batteries, canned goods, coffee, drinks, candy, RV supplies, firewood, and ice.
Peak Season: 9am-9pm (cafe closes at 8pm)
Off Season: limited hours- weekends only
Closed September – May
8. Do you offer propane services?
Fort Camping sells propane and offers filling options of both belly tanks and propane bottles.
Propane is only filled by a certified attendant and during daylight hours.
9. Do you have a pool?
Unfortunately, Fort Camping no longer offers an outdoor family pool.
10. Do you have restrooms & showers?
Yes, Fort Camping offers 2 buildings with both restrooms & showers. No Family rooms.
Shower Fee: $1 for 5 minutes of water
Wheelchair accessible restroom & shower is available upon request. Key is required and can be issued at the gatehouse.
11. Do you have laundry facilities on site?
Yes, it is located in the barn building.
Wash: $2.50 Dry: $2.50
12. Do you have a Group Site?
Fort Camping offers 1 group tenting area that can accommodate up to 65 campers. Please see the group site page on the website for more details. No RVs are permitted in the group site.
13. Can I have more than one RV or tent on the site?
Fort Camping does not offer double sites. All sites are for single family camping only.
The City Bylaw in Langley states that each campsite can accommodate one sleeping unit per campsite (RV or tent), an additional small tent (max 8’x 8′) is permitted if it is for minor children in the same family group.
Campers wishing to camp together must reserve individual sites and notify us at time of reservation they are camping with others if they wish to be placed close together in the campground. Only same site types can be placed close together.
14. Can I camp in a tent on an RV- Full Hook-Up site?
Fort Camping has designated sites for campers depending on the type of unit. Campers who are camping in a tent are permitted in the small RV tent sites only. RV- Full Hook-Up sites require an RV unit.
15. Why can’t I book a specific campsite?
Booking specific campsites does not allow us the flexibility we require to accommodate the highest number of campers. Campsite allocation is based on but not limited to length of stay and size of camping unit.
Requests are permitted however there are no site specific guarantees. Campsites are pre-assigned to campers and site numbers given only at check-in. Due to the high volume of campers staying in the campground there is no flexibility to change sites at check-in
16. Can we have visitors?
Yes, each site can have 5 visitors. Registered campers are responsible for their visitors.
Visitor Parking: $10 per day
Visitor parking is limited inside the campground. NO DOUBLE PARKING ON SITES and NO PARKING ON GRASS.
Free Parking is available in the Day Use parking lot until 10 pm during the peak season.
Visitors must leave by 10 pm during peak season.
17. How long can I camp at Fort Camping?
Fort Camping is a recreational campground offering a maximum of 30 nights from April to October.
Fort Camping offers a recreational winter RV program from October to April.
Please visit our rates page for pricing.
18. Can I wash my RV at the campground?
Fort Camping does not offer space for RV washing. We recommend washing your RV before or after to your stay at one of the local car washes in the Walnut Grove/Langley area.
19. Do you have a sani-station?
Fort Camping’s sani-station is open April – October. There is a $10 fee for non registered campers.
20. Do you offer RV storage?
Fort Camping does not offer RV storage or overflow.
21. Do you have mosquitoes at the park?
Weather and bugs are a natural part of the camping experience. Because of high river levels we do have nuisance mosquitoes. However, the Township of Langley and Metro Vancouver are taking measures to control, monitor and treat the mosquito population, when it becomes an issue.
22. How can I reduce my risk of coming in contact with mosquitoes?
Mosquitoes are most active at dusk and dawn. When outdoors, cover up and use insect repellent. Repellent with DEET is most effective and safe when used as directed: The percentage of DEET should not exceed 30% for adults or 10% for children. DEET should not be used for infants under 6 months of age.
For more information on insect repellents please visit Health Canada’s web page.
To report complaints please contact the following:
Township of Langley at 604-532-7300
Culex Environmental at 604-872-1912
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