As the top location aspects in bottom land, Cultus sea Provincial parkland happens to be characterized by extreme, hot freshwater sea and picturesque forest-clad hills.

As the top location aspects in bottom land, Cultus sea Provincial parkland happens to be characterized by extreme, hot freshwater sea and picturesque forest-clad hills.

The parkland is practically equally separated between the northwest and southeast corners of Cultus water. The northwest part is generally undeveloped using visitor-oriented systems constrained around the southeast section.

Simply at least an hour . 5 hard drive outside of Vancouver, visitors will find four campgrounds, a substantial day-use locations for picnicking and sailing, and ample chance of angling, water-skiing, wind searching and hiking.

Built Date: March 10, 1948 Park Size: 2,729 hectares

Particular Information

Cultus body of water Provincial parkland is found at the smaller group of Cultus sea. This community provide waterslides, two sports training, bumper vessels, go-karts, canoe, ship and plane snow renting, marina, miniature tennis, bars, stables, laundromat, shops and filling stations. Massive malls can be found in Chilliwack.

Trailer Hire

Cultus river Provincial recreation area has two Outdoors RV trailers for rental on a regular* or regular foundation. The trailer can contain to four those that have a double mattress and a double/single bunk-bed. Linens (or sleeping bag) might be required.

Reservations will be required before appearance: mobile 604 986-9371.

Learn Before You Head

  • South Fraser Trail Conditions Report [PDF] (June 23, 2021) (scroll down to the Cultus Lake Provincial Park entry)
  • Please note: ATVs or off road automobiles (including those registered beneath ORV function) are certainly not authorized through the park your car.
  • Quiet Hours include 10 pm to 7 am: sounds, machines, etc. needs to be close off entirely between these days.
  • Travelers and swimmers should know that Swimmer’s irritation might be in Cultus body of water. To learn more about the therapy and prohibition of swimmers ache, browse the BC Healthfiles page. Continue reading