Summer Fun at Cultus Adventure Park

We were gifted passes by Kidsworld to facilitate this blog post. All opinions are my own.

Cultus Lake Adventure Park is located about 90 minutes from Vancouver. We live 30 minutes away and yet we had never been before. The parking is $10/day or $6/two hours. You can park in the gravel lot outside the main gate or at the waterslides. The Adventure Park is conveniently located across the street from the Cultus Lake Waterslides and Cultus Lake. Depending on the ages and quantity of the people in your group you could easily spend the entire day in the park. For us, a few hours was perfect. If you are planning on doing the waterslides and Adventure Park in the same weekday, it is recommended to do the waterslides first as the back of your ticket will include a $15 unlimited wrist band offer. They offer ride tolkens or a unlimited wrist band options so you can really customize your day.

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They have a variety of rides. Unfortunately for my daughter, the braver she gets the less brave I get so I didn’t choose to go on anything that would shoot you up really high or went upside down (Cloud Buster/Windmill Drop/Round-Up 360). Our favourite of the day was the Blastin’ Barrels. It reminded me of the lady bug ride at Playland. You spin is a log while going over a small rollercoaster track. It is not one that I would recommend doing right after lunch. The one thing that we did notice is that the seats for the rides were a bit small. My daughter and I found that the Wave Swinger and Honey Pots were a snug fit. I really liked the Wagon Wheel ride as it gave us a view of the entire park and beautiful surroundings. That is also the only ride that you have to be 16 or older to ride alone on. We couldn’t see the disclaimer anywhere but would avoid the line up if your children were wanting to ride it alone. Bucky’s Bumper Boats are a perfect way to cool down on a hot day. The electric boats allow you to spray each other with water. If you do not want to get wet, this ride is not for you.

We got to the park mid-afternoon and had already had lunch. They do offer hot dogs, taquitos, mini donuts, fries, ice cream and more. With the park not having an admission cost it makes entering and exiting really easy. The lake is right outside of the main entrance and the beach area is perfect for a picnic and offers picnic tables seating. The Adventure Park has storage lockers as well. If you need a break from the rides, they also offer a mini golf course too.

The Adventure Zone is filled with fun options and suggest it be listed on your Summer Bucket List (if it wasn’t already).

 

Kidsworld has two memberships: Kidsworld Summer has events throughout July and August and Kidsworld 44 has events during the 44 weeks of the school year. To enjoy these amazing events and activities, you simply show your Kidsworld pass (one time cost of $60) at the entrance during the time listed on our event calendar page. With each pass, the child along with one accompanying adult gets in without cost!

 

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