Our 30 day journey began at Cultus Lake, British Columbia

This Provincial Park is a popular playground amongst Lower Mainland campers, therefore we took advantage of the BC Provincial Parks reservation online booking tool BC Parks Discover Camping Reservation Service This website is excellent and provides details of the sites including dimensions of and services offered. Cultus Lake Provincial Park is comprised of four campgrounds, we chose Delta Grove site #D15. We were ecstatic when we pulled in as the site had an incredible view of the lake and was extremely private. The lake is very popular amongst kayakers and ski boats. There are five main hiking trails for you to enjoy and admire the wonders of nature, we choice one of the more popular hikes, Teapot Hill. There is a parking lot at the trail head, however it’s not suitable for RV’s. Thank goodness we had our toad with us! There are some steep sections making this trail moderately difficult, however we completed this 5 km round trip far quicker than the recommended 2 hours.

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