CONTEST: Cultus Lake Waterpark summer giveaway!

We're giving away passes to B.C.'s biggest waterpark. Check out the Facebook pages at Abbotsford News and Mission Record

Cultus Lake Waterpark boasts new addition to its regular attractions.

As another season starts for summer outdoor fun, B.C.’s biggest waterpark adds a new attraction to their selection of slides.

The Rattler, a “black hole body slide with a fearsome face” invites visitors to Cultus Lake Waterpark to slide and splash through its reptilian form.

Its serpentine body twists around mainstays at the facility including Blasters and Twisters and nearby Radical Rapids, standing out among the traditionally blue slides.

One of four double black diamonds rides (the highest rating in the park), the Rattler ranks with the likes of Freefall, Speed Slide and Bazooka Bowls in its rating.

Check out the Rattler and the many other slides at Cultus Lake Waterpark this summer. Rates, dates and hours vary during the season, so be sure to check online before you go.

The Abbotsford News/Mission Record is giving away two free passes, so be sure to visit the Abbotsford News Facebook page or the Mission Record Facebook page for a chance at the action.

 

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