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Cultus Lake is a lake, associated community and provincial park in the Fraser Valley region of British Columbia, Canada.
It is the source of the Sweltzer River. The lake itself is warm, and the area has become a popular recreation destination with ample opportunities for fishing, water skiing, windsurfing, wake surfing, kayaking, standup paddle-boarding and hiking.
Cultus Lake is located 11 kilometres (6.8 mi) south of the Chilliwack River, near the city of Chilliwack and approximately 80 kilometres (50 mi) east of Vancouver. In 1950, Cultus Lake became a Provincial Park of British.
Columbia. Cultus Lake covers an area of 656 hectares, evenly on either side of the lake. At one time, the lake had a sawmill and booming ground until it became a provincial park in the 1950s.