Cultus Lake

Interesting Facts:

  • Designated to Provincial Park status in 1948. Park size is 640 acres
  • Cultus Lake is the closest Provincial Park Southeast of Vancouver
  • One of the most popular destination areas in the Lower Mainland; 1 million visitors per year
  • Large, warm freshwater lake just 12 km in length
  • Activities: hiking, biking, cycling, canoeing, sport fishing, horse riding, picnics, camping, golf
  • Trees - Douglas-fir, broadleaf Maple, and Hemlock are the dominant species
  • Wildlife - The coyote, blacktail deer, beaver, shrew mole, and 100 species of birds
  • Fish - Rainbow, Dolly Varden, Steelhead, and Cutthroat trout and all 5 varieties of salmon.
  • South Columbia Valley (past The Cottages) is a site of mixed farming; blueberries, vineyard, Christmas trees, and lavender.
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