Lake Provincial Park is 656 hectares of evenly divided parkland
on the northwest and southeast sides of its namesake lake. Cultus is
a derivative of the Salish word kul meaning bad or worthless.
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- Four campgrounds with water, toilets, showers and firewood are located
throughout the park: Clear Creek (80 sites), Delta Grove (58 sites),
Entrance Bay (52 sites) and Maple Bay (106 sites). A group camping
area is also available. Picnic areas, a sani-station and change houses
and Boating - Boat launching ramps are located on the southeast
side of the park. Anglers may try their luck for rainbow and cutthroat
trout and Dolly Varden. The Vedder River is noted for its large
steelhead, whitefish and coho salmon population.
and Trails - Trails of varying length and difficulty lead to
the parks scenic features. A park interpreter is available from
June to August.