Derby Reach Regional Park's 297 hectares of Fraser River frontage, peat bog, upland forest and farm meadows are located on the south shore of the Fraser River, approximately 4 kilometers west of Fort Langley.
The park is rich with history. It is significant as an early Kwantlen settlement area and also contains the site of the first Fort Langley established in 1827 as the Hudson Bay Company’s first permanent settlement within present day coastal B.C.
DRRP was opened in 1976. The park offers visitors excellent fishing, camping, picnicking, walking, cycling and equestrian trails. Since its opening, annual park visitation has steadily increased and totaled over 338,000 in 2003.