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Cultus Lake Waterpark Cultus Lake

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Cultus Lake Waterpark
4150 Columbia Valley Road
Cultus Lake
BC
V2R 5H6
Tel: 604-858-7241

Where are we going today?

Are you ready to make a SPLASH this summer? Well, if you want to make a BIG one, then why not visit the LARGEST waterpark in British Columbia!

Cultus Lake Waterpark is owned by a local BC family, so it makes sense that they got family fun completely right in this huge waterpark! There are SO many attractions at Cultus Lake Waterpark, that you will certainly find something for everyone in the family!

You can enjoy single body slides with some serious thrills in the Speed Slide, Freefall and The Rattler - you can feel the thrills just in the name! There are slides that twist and turn, and slides where you can race your friends. There are even slides which are longer than you ever thought possible!

If you want water fun which is a little less on the "thrilling" side, then head on over to the more gentle attractions. The Adventure River lets you float along a simulated river, and Pirates Cove is a super fun interactive playground where you can enjoy interactive water toys, as well as body slides.

For those younger water babies in the family, Cultus Lake Waterpark has the Turtle Pool for with kiddie sized body slides, and the Tots Castle and Wading Pool, which is perfect for those smaller kids. 

If you REALLY want a family adventure, check out those slides where you can ride with 4 or 5 people - that way the ENTIRE family can get involved!

Now the question remains - how big of a SPLASH are you ready to make on your next waterpark adventure in Cultus Lake? Good luck!

 

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How much does it cost?

  • Adults$28.57 + tax (Over 48")
  • Children$19.05 + tax
  • Free Under: 2 years with a paying adult
LAST UPDATED 2016

When can we go?

10am open. 6:30pm - 7:30pm close.

June to September

Teachers corner

Book your school into the waterpark and get a shaded tent area and discounted rate! The pools are heated on cooler days, and there is food available too! .

I'm Hungry!

There are plenty of places to fill those tummies! From sweet, to burgers, pizza, subs, and fish and chips - those tummies won't be hungry for long!.

Healthy Eating!

You can bring your own food but no glass containers. They have BBQ for hire, and you can make it as healthy as you like! Bring plenty of bottled water.

Any Top Tips?

You can re-enter the park if you get your hand stamped as you leave.

Doing our bit

Life jackets are FREE of charge and required by smaller kids - they do what they can to keep you safe!.

Need a little extra help?

Speak to staff about the accessibility of the attractions -they will be happy to help!.

Can I get one of those?

You can rent lockers, lounge chairs, BBQs, umbrellas and more at the rental shop.

More information

Parking is $5..

What people are saying?

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    Really fun, had a super awesome time here! Just wish that the freefall slide was safer...

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    I'll give it 5 stars for the free parking at the back (Lot B as of Aug 2013) - this is the only waterpark I know of in North America that does it. Overall this is a great place for a summer day trip from Vancouver. Yes it does get crowded in the peak of the summer, but the place seems to be well managed and maintained and the staff knows their job. Prices are reasonable as compared to any waterpark close to a major city. You can save on the locker rentals by paying $5 for parking infront (Lot A) and leaving your stuff in the car and go out as necessary....Read More

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    Ten years ago, this park was perfect. The line-ups were not as long and admission was half of what it is now. It was chilliwack's playground. now it's everyone's tourist attraction. If you're going for a day, go on a day where it won't be busy. If you go on a weekend or holiday, expect long line-ups and a crowded park.

    Me and my friend went on a hot weekend in july, and the park was loaded to the brim. we got there at 12 and left at 3:30, only getting the following - 2 rides on the bowls, 2 rides on the valley of fear, one on the bobsled ride,...Read More

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    This is a very fun water park! Nice fun slides for people who can't, learning, and can swim, and there's food, lockers, grassy areas to lie down and stuff, and a lot of friendly people! Recommend it! :D It's a bit pricey but good to stop by once in a while and have fun. :D

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    Great park! I went here a few years ago, and it was probably one of the best waterparks I've been to! It was bit chilly when I went, but no worries! They had a nice Jacuzzi! I highly recommend the place! Overall : 5 out of 5.

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by Alex Makhanko

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I'll give it 5 stars for the free parking at the back (Lot B as of Aug 2013) - this is the only waterpark I know of in North America that does it. Overall this is a great place for a summer day trip from Vancouver. Yes it does get crowded in the peak of the summer, but the place seems to be well managed and maintained and the staff knows their job. Prices are reasonable as compared to any waterpark close to a major city. You can save on the locker rentals by paying $5 for parking infront (Lot A) and leaving your stuff in the car and go out as necessary. I liked their self-service ticket terminals to avoid standing bigger line to the ticket window (you can pay for parking there as well). They have good rides for all ages and even hot tubs for not so sunny BC days.

by Phil Mante

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Ten years ago, this park was perfect. The line-ups were not as long and admission was half of what it is now. It was chilliwack's playground. now it's everyone's tourist attraction. If you're going for a day, go on a day where it won't be busy. If you go on a weekend or holiday, expect long line-ups and a crowded park.

Me and my friend went on a hot weekend in july, and the park was loaded to the brim. we got there at 12 and left at 3:30, only getting the following - 2 rides on the bowls, 2 rides on the valley of fear, one on the bobsled ride, one on the radical rapids, one on the 0 to 60, and one on the dark hole.

Ten years ago, for a 3 and a half-hour stay, i would've gotten 3 or 4 times that many rides for half the price.

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