Park in BC (JF Bergeron photo)
Provincial parks near Chilliwack offer dynamic scenery and myriad recreation options including camping, hiking and biking.
Explore the outdoors at Cultus Lake Provincial Park (one of the biggest summer resort destinations in BC) or see Canada’s sixth-highest waterfall at Bridal Veil Falls Provincial Park.
Recreational opportunities also abound in a well developed network of city parks. Chilliwack has more than 80 parks that occupy nearly 140ha/346ac of green space.
Cultus Lake Provincial Park
Cultus Lake Provincial Park is hugely popular for summer fun. Located 10km/6.2mi south of Chilliwack (take Exit 119 off the Trans-Canada Highway), the 2,561-ha/6,330-ac region was designated as a provincial park in 1948. It centers on a large freshwater lake lined with sandy beaches and forests.
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215 Kilby Rd
Harrison Mills, British Columbia
1920s Fraser Valley living history site with costumed interpreters. This 2 ha (5 ac) BC Heritage attraction includes our 1906 General Store Museum, Manchester House Hotel, Post Office & First Nations exhibit. Friendly farm animals & wonderful orchard playground. Restaurant, gift shop & special events. Harrison Mills is also home to the Kilby Park, located within walking distance of the historic site at the confluence of the Fraser & Harrison Rivers, on Harrison Bay. The park features our scenic 28 site campground, a day-use area, sandy beaches, nature trails & a boat launch which is open year-round. Both operated by a non profit society.