BC's Biggest Waterpark Will Open With A Splash In July
Catch you at the bottom of the slide.
Splash into summer. For a fun-filled day, you need to grab your bathing suit and head to . If you are someone who loves hanging out at the pool with your friends, then you will have an absolute blast. So make sure to add this spot to your summer bucket list.
Mark your calendars because Cultus Water Park just announced on their website that they are opening up this summer. You'll be able to visit from Wednesday, July 8 remain open until Monday, September 7.
The waterpark is only a short one hour and 25-minutes drive from Vancouver. So it is very convenient to head here after work or on weekends.
This year they will be switching things up for your safety. They will be limiting their capacity and increasing cleaning.
Closer to the opening date, you can expect new rules and rates.
If you've never been here before, it will quickly become your favourite spot to spend a sunny day.
Get ready to race your friends down to the bottom of the slides. There is something for everyone, no matter how adventurous you are.
You can go head-to-head on the easy 60 Raceway, or plummet on 72 feet vertical drop on Freefall.
Thrill-seekers will also love trying B.C.'s only freefall , Valley of Fear, which you can do with your BFF.
But there is no reason to split up the party. Instead, you and a few of your closest friends can board a large raft and slide down on Colossal Canyon.
Or you can enjoy a more laid back experience and float in the sunshine. Within the , you can sit on a pool float and slowly drift along a that feels like a tropical paradise.
With all the different rides to try, you are going to have an unbelievable time. It is time to start planning with your friends when you will go.
Cultus Lake Waterpark
When: Wednesday, July 8 until Monday, September 7
Address: 4150 Columbia Valley Hwy., Cultus Lake, BC
Why You Need To Go: It is the largest waterpark in B.C. so it has the most thrills in store if you love waterslides.
We strongly advise that before you go swimming or visit any location, you check the most recent updates on potential hazards, security, water quality, and closures. If you do plan to visit a location, respect the environment.