Cultus Lake Parks Board
Cultus Lake Park was founded in 1924 and is managed under the Cultus Lake Park Act, 1932 (the ‘Act’), and is now home to 1110 year round residents and 763 homes. Cultus Lake is governed by the Cultus Lake Parks Board, comprised of 7 Commissioners. Park seasonal and year round residents sign a 21 year lease and businesses lease their properties for 5 years.
Cultus Lake Park Board Meetings and Agendas
Schedule of Regular Meetings
Cultus Lake Park Board Office located at:
4165 Columbia Valley Hwy, Cultus Lake, B.C. V2R 5B5
Phone: 604-858-3334 Fax: 604-858-8091
About Cultus Lake
Although Chilliwack’s early residents may have enjoyed visiting Cultus Lake for recreation, it was first popular with the Sto:lo First Nations people as a place for spiritual purposes. Around the 18th century, the Sto:lo felt that the Lake’s special spiritual significance had lost it power and they added the additional Chinook word, “Cultus”, which meant worthless.
Did You Know?
Cultus Lake is home to the Pygmy Sculpin (fish) which is found nowhere else in the world.
Cultus Lake Tourism
Cultus Lake is a provincial park and resort area that is approximately 1.5 hours outside Vancouver and 20 minutes from Chilliwack’s downtown area. One million visitors visit the park each year, with significant tourism spin-offs for Chilliwack businesses. Check out tourist attractions and amenities at Cultus Lake Tourism.
Both private and government camping is accessible in the Park. Cultus Lake actually boasts of the largest private campground in western Canada.
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