Cultas Lake Provincial Park, Chilliwack
(4.3/5 based on 20+ reviews on the web)
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  • The Provincial Park has a large number of camping spots everything from Tenting to RV There are water taps near camping spots but no hook-ups. Pit toilets, The lake isn't far from most spots. There is...  more »
  • Small and simple park with great camping, view of the lake and a nice roadway to cycle or just drive through. It's just a nice nature getaway not far from urban areas. The Park Rangers are super frien...  more »
  • Such beauty! There are walking trails and picnic areas all through the park. Lush trees and wooded areas to explore. Many people using the facilities, from families to people with watercraft, to peopl...  more »
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  • Beautiful park to hike or walk. I did the teapot trail. A steep but short hike up. Some boards by the trail offer information about nature/park/etc. I swam in the lake after jogging up and sprinting down - nice and refreshing! Don't go too fast on the road through the park, it has been slippery (due to the rain).
  • Cultus Lake is a great place to go for a swim. This park is great for picnics and BBQ. Dog Park side is ok, but quite rocky. Family side is nice and grassy with sand at the main beach and some picnic benches in the shade if the sun's too hot.
  • This is our families go to place for camping. The staffs are friendly and the camp sites are well maintained. There's also Jade lake very close by. It is beautiful. It is the only warm water lake in the region. There's plenty of hiking trails too!
  • A great provincial park, with great campgrounds and hiking trails. Just stay away on weekends. If you must visit on a weekend, make sure you leave by mid-afternoon to avoid the end-of-day traffic jams.
  • Lots of fun camping here last weekend. A little too strict IMO. The park ranger stopped three times saying we were too noisy while having dinner!!