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Amenities in Sundance
Sundance is a spacious, lakeside community conveniently located in southwest Calgary, Alberta. Homeowners looking for a neighbourhood with abundant outdoor amenities and lush green space will fall in love with Sundance.
Sundance Lake is at the heart of the community offering stunning views and endless fun all year round. It’s a hub for swimming and fishing in the summer, then transforms into a gorgeous skating rink in the winter. If outdoor recreation is something you’re looking for, Sundance is where you’ll want to call home.
Sundance is a family-friendly area that is well-connected to modern amenities in Calgary thanks to its proximity to Macleod Trail. YMCA Shawnessy is a stone’s throw away, and there is no shortage of nearby restaurants and entertainment options for a fun night out.
Sundance Fitness and Recreation Opportunities
Sundance offers plenty of options when it comes to fitness facilities. Anytime Gym is right within the community, with nearby gyms like Live Well and Be More Fitness available. Residents can easily find access to equipment, personal training, and group classes.
If that wasn’t enough, YMCA Shawnessy borders the neighbourhood along Macleod Trail. This large facility includes a pool, community ice arenas, and a climbing wall. A wide variety of sports, arts, and youth programs and services are offered. YMCA amenities include a 25-meter lane pool, leisure pool, indoor climbing wall, indoor track, gymnasium, fitness studio, strength and cardio equipment, an on-deck hot tub, and steam rooms.
Golf lovers in Sundance can choose from one of many fantastic courses including Sirocco Gold Club, Mulligun Golf, and Blue Devil Golf Club
Blue Devil Golf Club has an 18-hole golf course, a 9-hole short course, a driving range, and a restaurant. Sirocco Golf Club is a unique, picturesque golf course that winds its way through Pine Creek Valley. Each hole at Sirocco has character and unique challenges. The best part of all? It’s just a 10-minute drive from Sundance.
Sundance Shopping and Dining
Sundance residents can get all their grocery shopping and daily amenities at Safeway Shawnessy, Walmart, Co-op Shawnessy, Real Canadian Superstore, Sobeys, or International Fresh Foods Supermarket.
All of these stores are located right next door to Sundance along Macleod Trail and in the neighbouring community of Midnapore.
Shawnessy Shopping Centre is a stone’s throw away, offering daily necessities and general retail needs. This mall has tons of big brand names including Canadian Tire, Walmart, Winners, Shoppers Drug Mart, and Best Buy.
The mall is also home to a variety of dining options including a Mexican restaurant, a sushi restaurant, burger joints, pizza shops, juice shops, cafes, and more. Catch a movie at Landmark Cinemas after a long day of retail therapy.
Sundance has a few restaurants within the community including CattleBaron Steakhouse, a premier casual steakhouse in Calgary offering the finest Alberta beef, carefully selected wines,p and world famous hospitality. Other nearby dining options include Moxies, The Hideout, and an endless array of cafes and fast food choices.
Schools Serving Sundance
Sundance provides a variety of schooling options for children. Choose from public, catholic, or private schools for elementary, middle school, or high school programs.
Public school options include Sundance School, Willow Park, Robert Warren, MidSun, Canyon Meadows, Lake Bonavista, and Centennial High School.
Catholic school options include St. Benedict School, St. Teresa of Calcutta, Father Whelihan, and Bishop O’Byrne High School.
Private school options include Glenmore Christian Academy and Third Academy Calgary.
Childcare options within Sundance include Little Sundance Childcare Centre, Willowbrae Childcare Academy, and several other options in surrounding areas.
Transportation in Sundance
Sundance residents have access to Calgary Transit bus routes 12, 78, 167, 178, and 878. The nearest LRT Station is Somerset - Bridlewood.
Sundance is bordered to the north by Midnapore, to the east by Fish Creek Provincial Park, to the south by Stoney Trail, and to the west by Macleod Trail.
What is the population of Sundance?
The population of Sundance is 10,989.
Is there a local community association in Sundance?
Sundance is covered by Lake Sundance Community Association, (LSCA). The LSCA hosts a variety of events, programs and activities like New Year’s Eve Fireworks, Christmas parties, Halloween scavenger hunts, Stampede breakfasts, picnic nights, and Food Truck Fridays.
Amenities include playgrounds, skating rinks, a disc golf course, horseshoe pits, BBQ pits, picnic tables, and fields for baseball, soccer, and football.
How long is the commute to downtown Calgary?
The commute from Sundance to downtown Calgary takes 30 minutes by car or 45 minutes by public transportation.
Access downtown Calgary by taking Highway 2 N.
What is the average household income in Sundance?
The average household income in Sundance is $130,865.
Is Sundance a safe place to live?
The crime rates in Sundance are 19% lower than the Calgary average.
Sundance Community Information
Established in 1982, Sundance is a suburban community in the south-east of Calgary. It is situated in the east of Macleod Trail, is limited to the north-east by the Fish Creek Provincial Park and to the south of Stoney Trail. Sundance Lake is a 33-acre man-made lake constructed in the heart of the community. Residents also have easy entrance to the public beach of Sikome Lake. Fish Creek Elementary School and Sundance Elementary School are two public elementary schools that serve the community.
Hospitals and Clinics Serving Sundance
Sundance is a 15-minute drive from South Health Campus Hospital. There are nearby options for a variety of therapies and specialty health clinics. Sundance Animal Hospital is right within the community.
Quick Facts About Sundance
Quadrant: Southwest Calgary
Density (Individuals Per Square KM): 2,855
Crime rates are 19% lower than the Calgary average.
Sundance Parks and Outdoors
Sundance is a gorgeous outdoor community with Sundance Lake and Park right at the heart. During summer, the sandy beach is open with marked swimming areas. Beach volleyball courts, a floating dock, and horseshoe pits are all available. Boats are available for rent, including rowboats, canoes, pedal boats, kayaks, and paddle boards. The lake is even stocked yearly for fishing in designated areas.
During winter, the lake is available for skating and hockey, it’s lit for evening use so residents can enjoy an evening spin under the stars. Sundance has two stellar tobogganing hills and areas for cross-country skiing and snowshoeing.
Sundance borders Fish Creek Provincial Park to the east. Fish Creek Provincial Park and its extensive trail system is a popular spot for hiking, jogging, cycling, fishing, boating, and picnicking. Residents can easily spend a day exploring trails with family and then roast some marshmallows in the fire pits at night.
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