Ladner is one of three villages that form Delta BC, all of which are established on the banks of the Fraser River. Ladner has a long history of business growth and development, and it served as the delta’s initial administrative centre when the municipality was founded in 1879. Named for Thomas and William Lander, who arrived in 1868 and began running agricultural and fishing businesses, it became the focal point for these pursuits.
The Strait of Georgia, Tsawwassen, the North Delta, and the Fraser River surround Ladner from all four sides. Highway 17 A, which runs from Highway 99 to the BC Ferries port from north to south, bisects the region. During the spring, Ladner hosts “Ladner Pioneer May Days,” the longest festival in the area. There are parades, a carnival, and several neighbourhood festivities.
Ladner has much more to offer than merely the festivities, including hiking, skiing, sports, parks, and much more. Some of the top tourist destinations in the area include Ladner Harbour Park, Memorial Park, Ladner Lion Park, Deas Island Regional Park, Boundary Bay Regional Park, Kings Links Golf Course, South Arm Marshes Wildlife Management Area, and Ladner Leisure Centre. It is unfair to leave your property with a monotonous look at a place with such outstanding beauty. Improve the aesthetics of your home by installing artificial turf on your rooftops, balconies, and lawns.