Here are the more popular parks in Chilliwack, from north to south (see other area parks):
Bridal Veil Falls Provincial Park
Bridal Falls, On Highway # 1, 16 km east of Chilliwack. (eastbound exit #135, westbound exit # 13)
The 122 metres falls, the 6th highest in Canada, on the side of 7,000 foot Mount Cheam, flows into Bridal Creek and the Cheam Lake Regional Nature Park. From the parking lot its an easy twenty minute walk to the base of the falls. The site includes the ancient aboriginal village of Popkum, dating back to the 1700s. The scenic day use picnic area is at the foot of the Falls.
Chilliwack Lake Road, approximately 50 minutes from Chilliwack
Chilliwack Lake is set in the Cascade Mountains, and fed by the whitewater Chilliwack River. There is a Provincial Park with camping and a boat launch and many trails. You can fish for White Fish, Dollies, Rainbow Trout & Cutthroat Trout.
3405 Columbia Valley Hwy, Cultus Lake
Activities at the lake include swimming, boating, wind surfing, water skiiing, waterslides, horse-back riding, hiking, go-carts, mini-cars, mini-golf, golf, and family camping in both government and private sites. Cultus Lake Water Park (waterslides & volleyball) is near the entrance of the park.
Here are the other Fraser Valley parks:
Maple Ridge | Pitt Meadow | Mission | Langley | Hope | Chilliwack | Harrison Hot Springs & Agassiz | Abbotsford | Manning Park Provincial Park