Over 50,000 expected to attend the Fort Langley Cranberry Festival this weekend


The Fort Langley Cranberry Festival takes place over the Thanksgiving long weekend and promises to delight guests with autumnal cheer.

Attracting more than 50,000 people each year, this is the 23rd instalment of the festival and features over 70 vendors. As a result, the annual celebration is one of the largest in Fort Langley.

Selling everything from fresh cranberries to cranberry baked goods, wines, art and general farmers market and artisan products, you’ll be able to find a plethora of fall favourites. Although it’s a relatively typical famers market, there will be a notable “cranberry” theme.

In addition, there will be cooking demonstrations, live music performances, food trucks, and all kinds of cranberry-themed things to do. In fact, one special fort activity for the festival is a “cranberry stomp.”

While the event is a ton of fun, it can be difficult to find parking. Organizers recommend that you come at 9 am, or even earlier, if you plan to park close to the town.

Fort Langley Cranberry Festival
Photo: Cranberries galore / Shutterstock

Fort Langley Cranberry Festival

When: Saturday, October 6th

Time: 10 am – 4 pm

Where: Fort Langley’s main street & the Fort Langley Community Hall at 9167 Glover Road

Admission: Free

Find out more informational about the festival here.