How to Farm Hop This Weekend on a Langley Farm Tour!

Posted on

Are you looking to take your family on a Langley farm tour?

There is no shortage of family friendly farms to visit in Langley and the Fraser Valley. Taking your kids to visit a farm can provide them with a range of valuable experiences and learning opportunities. Visiting a farm is an educational and hands-on learning experience, gives kids a sense of connection to nature and can teach them many important life skills.

Taking your kids to visit a farm can be a fun and enriching experience that allows them to learn, explore and connect with animals, learn more about the local farming in their community and discover where their food comes from. I encourage you to take advantage of a Langley farm tour available right here in British Columbia, as they’ve got everything you need for a fun family outing: you don’t have to travel far, they’re outdoors, there’s plenty of space, and as you’ll see, there is literally something for everyone in your family to enjoy.

So throw on your favourite boots and flannel and let’s look at the best places to farm hop on a Langley farm tour this weekend!

Eagle Acres Dairy Bucket List Tour

Brian and Erin Anderson have been welcoming people from all over the globe to visit their Dairy Farm in Fort Langley, B.C., since 1999. A working dairy farm, Eagle Acres is bustling with all sorts of tours and activities all year round. Join them on their 90 minute Bucket List tour where you have the chance to make butter, hand milk a cow, feed the cows and visit with the baby calves. You’ll learn more about the history of dairy farming and see where farming is heading in the future, with their milking robot and other cool machines!

After your Langley farm tour, be sure to visit the horse, sheep, goats, chickens, pigs, rabbits, cats & dogs for some relaxing time in the country. Don’t forget to treat yourself and grab an ice cream cone while you watch the farm animals playing in the fields.

In the late summer and fall season, be sure to visit their corn maze and pumpkin patch, complete with a hay ride out to the fields. This is one of the animal farms in Langley you don’t want to miss!

Admission: $16 per adult + gst, $13 per child/senior + gst (Under 2 years old – free). Children must be accompanied by an adult. Buying tickets online in advance is recommended.
Location: 8796 240 Street, Langley
Hours: Opening days and times vary, be sure to check their website for up to date times and days open.
Website: Eagle Acres Dairy

Aldor Acres Family Farm

Lamb at Aldor Acres Langley farm tour

Pumpkins is how this Glen Valley farm started. Owners Albert and Dorothy (Al-Dor) started selling pumpkins on the honour system at the end of their driveway back in 1988, which soon became a big hit. That led to them offering hayrides out to the pumpkin patch and providing a hands-on educational farm experience to all those who visit.

This farm prides itself on being extremely hands-on (and is often referred to as the best Langley petting zoo). Guests are encouraged to buy some feed and go inside the field with the goats to feed, brush and interact with them. Head inside the barn to hold rabbits, snuggle new kittens and maybe even get to witness some baby goats or pigs being born. Climb on the haybales, head out to the back fields to walk past the the meandering creek, the old-growth forest, the sunflower patch, pumpkin patch (fall) and so much more. This is a must add to your Langley farm tour list.

And if you’re looking for treats when you’re done, pop by their Farmacy for some farm-fresh products, produce, and homemade goods.

Admission: $16 per person (Family rates and Season Passes also available). Buying tickets online in advance is recommended.
Location: 24990 84 Ave., Langley
Hours: The farm is not open daily. Check out their website for days and times they are welcoming visitors.
Website: Aldor Acres

Maan Farms Barnyard Adventure

Family friendly petting zoo at a Langley farm tour

Maan Farms got it start back in 1977 when they started growing their famous strawberries, blueberries and raspberries. In 1982 they opened their first roadside stand and from there their farm grew and turned into the true family experience it is today. This place has everything – a petting zoo, pedal go-carts, a zip line, a spider web, corn maze and pumpkin patch (come fall), a jumping pillow, a wooden fortress, a tire clubhouse, two massive slides, and yes, they even have baby goats!

Head over to their Country Kitchen for some eats and treats including butter chicken, hot dogs, donuts and ice cream. And for the adults, there is an estate winery, goat yoga and a haunting Halloween experience.

If you and the kiddos are ready to get out and explore on a Langley farm tour, Maan Farms is the place for you!

Admission: $18 per person + tax (special event prices may differ). Buying tickets online in advance is recommended.
Location: 790 McKenzie Rd., Abbotsford
Hours: Open days and times vary, be sure to check their website.
Website: Maan Farms

Taves Family Farms

Goats at Taves Family farm as a Langley farm tour

Since 1930, farming has been a part of the Taves family. And if there’s one thing Taves Family Farms is known for (besides their delicious apple cider), it’s their goats and all of their amazing attractions. They have a petting barn, mini maze & large mystery maze, zip track line, slides, and tractor trail. Their Farmville features a jumping pillow, pedal karts, playground and outdoor animal viewing area. Plus some of their seasonal attractions include hayrides, a pumpkin cannon and corn cannon!

Be sure to visit when the fields are open for u-pick apples, strawberries, goji berries and pumpkins. The farm offers plenty of delicious refreshments at their concession, including Apple BBQ Pulled Pork Sandwiches, hot dogs, roasted corn, apple cider slushies and mini donuts.

Head to the Applebarn Country Store and take home some of their incredible farm grown apples and produce, apple cider, local honey, sweet treats, apple BBQ sauce and other local goodies. You don’t want to miss Taves Family Farms on your Langley farm tour weekend.

Admission: Admission rates vary from day to day as well as by pass types (visit their website for prices and to buy tickets).
Location: 333 Gladwin Road, Abbotsford
Hours: Days and times vary seasonally, check out their website for up to date days & times.
Website: Taves Family Farms

Driediger Farms

U pick berries at a Langley farm tour

What better way to enjoy the fruits of the farm than to pick them yourself?

Langley’s Driediger Farms has been a premier U-Pick destination for 60 years (since 1964)! Open most days of the week (check their social media pages before you go to ensure they’re open), your family can enjoy an afternoon in the sun picking the freshest strawberries, raspberries, blueberries, black berries and red currents you’ve ever tasted.

Admission: Free admission, just pay for the berries you pick (price per pound varies on type of berry)
Location: 23823 72 Ave., Langley City
Hours: Varies on berry availability, check website for current hours.
Website: Driediger Farms

Keep the Farming Spirit Alive with Local Farms and Fruit/Veggie Stands

Fresh produce for sale on a Langley farm tour

Once your family gets a taste of farm life, it’s going to be hard to return to your normal, mass-produced grocery store produce. So why not keep the farming spirit alive by making trips to your local fruit and veggie farm stands a part of your weekly or monthly routine?

Most of you likely live closer to fresh, organic, local farm-produced goodies than you realize. A quick Google search should reveal the stands closest to you, and you’ll now have a recurring adventure for the kiddos. And as an added bonus, you’ll ensure your family is eating nothing but the freshest fruits and veggies too – a win, win!

Why Your Family Needs a Langley Farm Tour

Kids eating u pick berries from a Langley farm tour

Farm tours are the perfect way to enjoy a taste of your local scenery. There are wonderful sights, great smells, amazing tastes, and an endless stream of fun things to keep the kiddos smiling and laughing for hours. Who knows…a trip to your local farm might be all the family needs to get back into nature and exploring our farming community.

So this weekend, grab those boots and hit the open road to the farm tour nearest you. I promise it’ll be an experience your family won’t soon forget!

Feeling inspired by our Langley Farm Tour blog and looking for more family-friendly summer activities? Check out the blogs below!

Is this a sponsored post?: No, we just wanted to share some Langley Farm Tour activities with our followers!

About The Author
Jami Savage
Jami Savage
Jami Savage is one of the top Family Travel Writers in Canada, and has been featured on CTV and Vancouver Sun, and more. Go here to read our families story about how we went from backyard adventurers to world travelers, and how you can do the same. If you want to send Jami a quick message, visit her contact page here.
Related Posts


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

Jami Savage

Full Time Travel Writer, Mom who is passionate about empowering and educating travelers on how you can use your own tourism dollars as a catalyst for positive change worldwide. Click here to learn more about us, our family, and how we lead an adventure filled life!

Follow Us on Social
Recent Posts