Cultus Lake is a large freshwater lake with its own small community east of Vancouver and just south of Chilliwack, full of outdoor activities and camping fun.
Everything pretty much happens outside in Cultus Lake, with hikes for every level, biking trails on a variety of terrains, and mighty rapids for rafing, plus golfing and water sports like tubing, wake boarding and water skiing.
The Cultus Lake Provincial park is home to variety of wildlife including coyote, beavers, shrew mole, deer and over 100 species of birds. Cultus Lake also contains diverse fish like different types of salmon and trout. Great Blue Heron Nature Reserve is also close by to visit. There are also two theme parks -- the Cultus Lake Waterpark and Cultus Lake Adventure Park -- which are very popular with many rides, slides, hot tubs, and an adventure river.
Visit Cultus lake during spring or summer for warm weather and lots of outdoor fun.
This climate histogram shows you the weather patterns in Cultus Lake. The hottest month in Cultus Lake is July, when temperatures peak at 91 ˚F. The coolest month is November, when temperatures drop to 13 ˚F. The wettest month in Cultus Lake is January with 10.92 inches of rain, while the driest month is August with 1.6 inches of rain.
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