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Cultus Lake Adventure Park, Cultus Lake
(4.2/5 based on 40+ reviews on the web)
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • I heard there was an amusement park at Cultus Lake but I did not have high expectations. I am happy to say that this is a really well designed park that had something for everyone to enjoy. The ages o...  more »
  • A fun family activity. The rides are catered well to families and children. Line ups weren't too long and unlimited ride bracelets are affordable. Clean and well run. A must do at cultus lake! 
  • So fun! This is an amusement park, like Playland, but smaller. There are maybe 12 rides (or so), but the rides are really pretty fun. Enough variety for young kids (like bumper boats, ferris wheel) to...  more »
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  • This amusement park is an awesome way to spend the day with the family. It is a smaller park with reasonable play all day pass price (also indivual ride prices too) and rides that will satisfy everyone. Mini golf is extra cost and the course is fairly basic. A plus is thst there is no entrance fee to watch or for parents/guardians who are there to supervise. There is plenty of staff to serve you and the park is kept very clean. There is pay parking, but you can also park on the street within walking distance for free (take note of parking signs).
  • Giggle Ridge has changed there minigolf policy. I brought my five and seven-year-old to google Ridge and bought them the unlimited day pass. My kids wanted to play a round of mini golf, which, with the wristband would cost an extra five dollars per kid. Because they're under eight years old they understandably required supervision The gotcha is it cost an adult $10 to enter in order to supervise. I discussed this policy with the manager who was incredibly rude and very condescending. Our experience at giggle ridge was very disappointing and I would not recommend it to anyone.
  • Terrible. Paid $10 parking, $40 for passes and power goes out ( not their fault ) and we didn't get to do anything. Asked for refund and they said no refunds. So paid $50 plus gas for nothing not even one ride. Was then asked to leave or they would call the police when I wasn't doing anything but asking for my money back. Good times. Terrible people work here. Russel the manager is a disgrace of a human being and should be ashamed of himself. He found it funny and didn't care at all. Poor way to run a business by stealing your money and then making you look like the bad guy. Worst park ever by far. Son was very upset as that $50 they stole from us could have been used for us to find something else to do. Also went to get the information to contact the owner and Russel blocked me, obviously protecting himself. Was called a idiot by the maintenance guy lol. Just a awful experience and will never step foot there again. Be careful they will NOT DO ANYTHING if you have a problem or issue but steal your money and say sorry that's our policy. Now please leave or we will call the police. Lol joke
  • We love Cutlus Lake Adventure Park! I have taken by 16month old son a few times this year and he LOVES the Ferris wheel and the merry go round. It is a very well kept park and it is very clean! I love that you can pay for the rides you want to go on or buy an all day wrist band, great value for money depending on how much time you want to spend! Can't wait to go again next time!
  • I drove over an hour to get here. There is a crazy delay on the roads leading up to this park. Finally once there, there was no parking. Considering how busy this place is due to the lake, there is limited parking. Then you have selfish idiots who double park. After 45 minutes of circling ( no street parking avail either) we parked in a corner and took our chances. Admission may be free but they charge you up the yahoo for a really crappy selection of food. One dinky hotdog which sounded cool, like The Big Hog, cost $4. It was a small weiner and bun..no fixins! No different then school hot dogs on sports day. There are maybe 6 rides... and they charge accompanying adults tokens. Like I really enjoy baby rides. Basically, not worth the trip. Asking $20 for unlimited rides is a rip off considering there aren't more than 6 rides.