Cultus Lake Provincial Park / Vancouver Coast & Mountains
Box 10, Cultus Lake, BC, V0X 1H0
Phone: 604-858-4905 / Fax: 604-858-4905
*Map of Vancouver Coast & Mountains*
 
The park is located on the Columbia Valley Highway approximatly 11km south of Chilliwack and the Trans Canada Highway. It is about 1.5 to 2hrs east of Vancouver.

Camping Front Country: The park has four front country campgrounds, Clear Creek with 80 sites, Maple Bay with 106 sites, Delta Grove with 58 sites and Entrance Bay with a total of 52 sites. Reservations are accepted. Group Camping is available contact the park for information.

 
 
Hiking:
Teapot Hill 5km return - Difficulty: Moderate
Seven Sisters 3km - Difficulty: Easy
Edmeston Road/Road 918 2.5km - Difficulty: Easy
Giant Douglas Fir - As the name implies the trail leads to a old growth Douglas Fir and is a one and half hours return trip
Maple Bay - Intepretive Nature Trail

Mountain Biking: Cyclists can take advante of a multi-use trail connecting Watt Creek Trailhead at the parks end and Edmeston Road.

Horsepacking: Riders can take advante of a multi-use trail connecting Watt Creek Trailhead at the parks end and Edmeston Road.

Canoeing: Paddlers can practice thier strokes on Cultus Lake the name sake of the park.

Nature: The park has lots of birding opportunities in particular there are several Osprey nesting in the area. Spawning Salmon may be observed in the fall.

 
Literature: A broachure with a basic map is available from the park. Contact the Lower Mainland District, 1610 Mt. Seymour Road, North Vancouver, BC, V7G 1L3, Phone: (604 924-2200 / Fax: (604) 924-2244

Maps: An online Map is now available from the official Cultus Lake site online from BC Parks.

Additional Information: Official Cultus Lake site online from BC Parks.