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. The 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!
2022.05.25 Road Closure on Lakeshore Drive
Building Custodian Special Assignment
Cultus Lake Park will be completing some of the final phases of flood recovery at the Community Hall and Twin Alders cabin, with the installation of turf beginning on the morning of Monday, May 16, 2022.
Following this, crews will move to install turf along the waterfront located between 16 and 28 Lakeshore Drive. Cultus Lake Park residents in the area are encouraged to assist in watering the newly laid grass to assist staff in ensuring successful establishment and growth.
Staff will be providing further information with respect to future installations of turf along the foreshore between 180 and 186 First Avenue, as well as a section of Main Beach.
If you have any questions, please contact the park office at 604-858-3334 or email [email protected].
NOTICE OF INTENT
TO: Residents of Cultus Lake
FROM: Joe Lamb, Chief Administrative Officer
SUBJECT: Dock Removal
The damaged docks within the Cultus Lake foreshore that are currently closed will be removed starting May 18, 2022. Information regarding this project will be distributed at the May 18, 2022 Cultus Lake Park Board Regular Meeting.
Cultus Lake Fire Department Looking for Volunteers!
Complete the application below and submit to the office in person or via mail.
Volunteer Firefighter Application Form