A few weeks ago I visited the Cultus Lake Flower Festival before they were open to the public. It was my first time going and was so excited because I remember seeing so many beautiful photos from friends that went the year before.
Are you head down Yarrow Central Road towards Cultus Lake you will take a right onto Wilson Rd. After a short drive down Wilson you will arrive to 4215 Wilson Rd, Cultus Lake Flower Festival.
It is really easy to get to and the perfect stop before or after a beach day. We spent a few days at our cousin’s Cultus Lake Air Bnb (read more about their place here) which it is also super close by to.
& because I know you are going to ask.
Wide Brim Hat: Gigi Pip Felt Oatmeal (affiliate link)
Dress: Emma Knudsen
Photography by: Julie Christine Photography
Cultus Lake Flower Fest Details
Where is the Cultus Lake Flower Festival?
Address: 4215 Wilson Road, Yarrow BC.
When is the Cultus Lake Flower Festival Open and Close?
Hours: 4PM til dusk
BC Day long weekend special hours: 9AM – dusk, Saturday, Sunday & Monday.
Does it cost money?
Cost: Tickes are $5 per person (children under age 7 are free)
Where do I buy tickets? Click here for tickets.
What are their COVID 19 procedures?
Head to their website for more details.
More Information about Cultus Lake Flower Festival
I had the pleasure of meeting Jesse, owner and founder for Cultus Lake Flower Fest, when I visited for this photoshoot. He was very friendly and so welcoming to have us.
Jesse and his wife have turned their home property into a place to bring people together to share their love for flowers, farming and family. We have the pleasure to very their passions come to life as you walk through their property and view the beauty that they created together.
You can discover fields of sunflowers and wildflowers and rows of dahlias. Jesse encourages you to come and take those Instagram shots, just remember to tag them so they can see and share the joy with you.
Follow and tag @cultuslakeflowerfest
My blogging BFF Keisha from Loving Littles Blog invited me out to the flower field to capture these photos. She’s such a gem. She also shares images, photo ideas and more information about the Cultus Lake Flower Festival over on her blog. Read her blog post here.