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

Fraser Valley Scuba Club Recovers Waste from Cultus Lake
On Sunday, September 19, thirty volunteer divers from the Fraser Valley Scuba Club arrived at Main Beach to recover refuse and waste from the lake. Towels, clothing, cameras and even an old motor likely used as a buoy anchor, were some of the many items removed this past weekend.

Cultus Lake Park is fortunate to have the support from local groups who dedicate time to keep Cultus Lake clean. Their hard work, time and efforts are invaluable to ensure we protect the diverse Eco System of the lake.

On behalf of the Board and staff, thank you to the Fraser Valley Scuba Club!

This is a great reminder to enjoy Cultus Lake responsibly to protect and preserve for future generations.

For more information on Cultus Lake’s health and Eco System, please visit
To learn more about the Fraser Valley Scuba Club, please visit  

Sunnyside Campground Site Exchange Now Open
Visit for a full list of all available sites for exchange and details on how to submit your requests.

Star Nation Days Canoe Race at Cultus Lake Park September 24th to September 26th!
Star Nation Days Canoe Race

Cultus Lake Park Gate Services Contract
Cultus Lake Park is seeking proposals from individuals willing to provide daily gate and building lock up service. For more information, please click on the following link: Gate Services Contract

Cultus Lake Park office Closed September 30th, 2021
Cultus Lake Park Office to Honour the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation

Highway and Road Closure Process Updates
Highway and Road Closure Process
Highway Road Closure Application

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

Cultus Lake Park Officially Opens Newly Constructed Parking Lot at Main Beach Parking Lot B, located behind the Adventure Park with access to Main Beach, was integral in the Park’s approach to manage and enforce parking. Cultus Lake Park made the transition from a third-party provider to managing the paid parking lots in April 2021, just prior to the completion of Lot B. The new parking lot features 346 parking stalls, separated entrance, and exit for improved traffic flow, 5 meters and over 25 QR codes for visitors to easily pay for parking. Click the link below to find out more!
Media Release – Lot B

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].


David Renwick  Chair, Cultus Lake Park Board
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