Chilliwack /ˈtʃɪləwæk/ is the 7th largest city in British Columbia, Canada. Historically an agricultural community, most of its 83,788 residents are now city-dwellers. Chilliwack is the seat of the Fraser Valley Regional District and its second largest city. This city is surrounded by mountains and recreational areas such as Cultus Lake and Chilliwack Lake Provincial Parks. It is located 102 kilometres (63 miles) southeast of Vancouver. There are many outdoor activities in the area, including hiking, horseback riding, biking, camping, fishing, and golf.
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4.5 based on 198 reviews
Great way to get back with nature as you walk along the trail with the river on one side and the bush on the other. Try and stay to one side as there are runners, bikes and strollers rolling along. Dress for the weather and wear comfortable shoes. you can walk for miles.
4.5 based on 116 reviews
A 300 acre nature reserve with level walking trails, bird viewing blinds, observation tower and interpretive centre (free) . Known for a large nesting colony of Great Blue Herons which nest from March through July. Great bird and wildlife watching. Check website for free community programs and special events. Trail open dawn to dusk. Rotary Interpretive Centre is open 10 am to 4 pm.
Has a near by climbing observation bird lookout. Has a building with stuffed birds, animals and information desk and info papers. There are also easy paths near a swamp and you will definitely see Blue Heron's and their nests. Very interesting place for young children who can walk or ride their bikes. Safe and educated area. Happytravels.
4.5 based on 346 reviews
Easy walk, short 30 min, good tread, like running shoes, little up hill, dirt path. Nice around noon to 3pm as sun shines through water falls (might see rainbow). Terrible parking thou, side of road, on a down hill slant, ditch on one side. Parks BC should improve this area. Outdoor toilets. Near a service station, restaurant and water slides, golf course. Not good for strollers or wheelchairs, must be able to walk okay. Happytravels.
4 based on 327 reviews
Cultus Lake Water Park is BC's largest Water Park. Located approximately 90 minutes from Vancouver, in the popular and beautiful recreational destination, Cultus Lake. We are a family oriented park and provide our guests with rides for all ages. For those thrill seekers out there, we have some of the most extreme waterslides such as the Valley of Fear, Bazooka Bowls, Speedslide and the Freefall. With all of our great attractions and continued expansion, you need to come out and see for yourself why Cultus Lake Water Park is BC's #1 Water Park. Food is available for purchase, and there are plenty of picnic benches and grassy areas for those of you who are not wanting to waterslide. We also have a selection of hot tubs and spray parks / kiddie areas.
If you like water parks forget the other ones and go to this place. Has something for all ages. Brilliant design. Lots of warm up pools and tons of grass and table space. Don't be afraid to pack food as they allow you to bring it in. If that's not your thing, there are lots of options for you to look at as far as food goes. They also have lots of rental items including BBQ, lockers and umbrellas.
Must go to place for water park lovers.
4.5 based on 92 reviews
Cultas Lake has so much to offer. For the nature lovers there are countless trails. Camping galore private and government. Attractions are many including waterslides, adventure parks with rides. You can rent boats,jet skis, paddleboards and the like. No reason not to keep busy here. There are lots of day use areas as well were family and friends can gather for lunch and a swim or play games on the grassy areas or the beach. Like what you see here there are cabins to rent as well. Really like it here and possibly buy a cabin or weekend retreat. We brought family from Toronto and Calgary here this summer after a family wedding and had so much fun. We now live at the end of the lake and walk our dog daily at Maple Bay. Beautiful.
4.5 based on 58 reviews
4 based on 59 reviews
We hiked on the long weekend. There were a lot of hikers on this popular steep trail. The reward at the top is a beautiful striking green tranquil lake. We were dismayed though by the litter of beer cans and trash thoughtlessly thrown around by mindless hikers in such a magnificent, precious Wilderness setting.
4.5 based on 26 reviews
This community arts facility offers shows, events and classes. Many top performers and companies make an "off Broadway" stop in the facility's Hub Theatre before Vancouver. From classical to modern music, adult and children's comedy plus seasonal plays and dance, be sure to check the calendar for upcoming events.
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