Cultus Lake Park is your recreation destination for fishing, kayaking, paddle-boarding, hiking, swimming and so much more! Located only 11 kilometers south of the Chilliwack River, it is the gem of the Fraser Valley. While you are here come support our local restaurants, shops and amusement parks! There is something for the entire family to enjoy. This unique community is also home to more than 1,500 residential leaseholders, 21 commercial businesses and Sunnyside Campground, with close to 600 campsites. Cultus Lake Park receives no funding on a Local, Provincial or Federal level and is entirely self-sustaining. We appreciate all of your continued support to protect and preserve this natural landmark!

What’s New at Cultus Lake Park

Removal of English Ivy in Sunnyside Campground and Surrounding Green Spaces
On Saturday, October 16, 2021 the Cultus Lake Park Environmental and Public Areas Planning Committee partnered with the Cultus Lake Aquatic Stewardship Society to remove invasive plant species in Sunnyside Campground and surrounding areas.

The group was joined by five volunteers from the Cultus Lake Park community to remove one of BC’s most prevalent invasive plant species, Hedera Helix. While this plant may be visually appealing, it causes a number of issues to the native trees and plants in the Park.

Hedera Helix, more commonly known as English Ivy, wraps itself around the host tree and burrows under the bark. This will cause fungus, decay and eventually will not allow the tree to continue healthy growth and development.

The Committee members, CLASS and volunteers throughout the community have dedicated many hours to the preservation and protection of the native plants and trees within the Park.

On behalf of the Cultus Lake Park Board and staff, we thank all who continue to volunteer time to maintain our beautiful greenspaces for future generations to come.

If you have any questions or want information on how to get involved, please contact [email protected]a.

BC Hydro Street Light Replacement Project
At the beginning of November 2021, BC Hydro will begin the Street Light Replacement Project throughout the Cultus Lake Park community. The current high-pressure sodium (HPS) street lights within the community will be replaced with energy-efficient Light Emitting Diode’s (LED) in order to meet federal regulations.

The switch to LED street lights will help improve public safety by increasing visibility of sidewalks and roads at night with the warm whiter and more natural light. The bulbs use far less energy, are more reliable, last longer and are more sustainable.

The installation of the LED street lights is expected to be complete by mid-December with minimal impact on the local residents and businesses. BC Hydro does not expect to have to conduct a planned outage during this process, and do not expect access to roadways to be disrupted while crews are working.

For more information on the Street Light Replacement Project, please visit https://www.cultuslake.bc.ca/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/Street-Light-eToolkit-fillableARE.pdf.

Cultus Lake Fire Department Looking for Volunteers!
Complete the application below and submit to the Cultus Lake Park office in person or via mail.
Volunteer Firefighter Application Form

Paid Parking in Effect at Cultus Lake Park Cultus Lake Park, governed by the Cultus Lake Park Act of 1932, is a self-sustaining entity that does not receive any forms of government funding or grants. The Park is reliant on the support of both visitors, residential leaseholders, commercial leaseholders and revenue from Sunnyside Campground in order to maintain Park facilities and services. Cultus Lake Park has an operating budget of $6.5 million for 2021, with parking revenue making up $840,000 of that need. Click the link below to find out more!
Paid Parking Lots in Cultus Lake Park

A Welcome Message from the Chair

On behalf of the Cultus Lake Park Board and staff, I would like to welcome you and your family to our community. We hope that you will enjoy all of the services and activities that the Park has to offer. We have excellent restaurants, golfing, beaches, boating, camping, waterpark, biking, amusement rides and beautiful nature trails. There is so much for a family to do here at Cultus Lake Park.

You will find a great deal of useful information regarding life at the lake here on our website.

I encourage you to connect with us and to send comments and suggestions that you feel will help to improve our beautiful and welcoming community. Please e-mail us at: [email protected].

Sincerely,

David Renwick  Chair, Cultus Lake Park Board
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