2018-2019 Lake Fees - Please remember that fees were due by July 1, 2018 and must be paid before members will be able to use the park. Payments can be made at the main office using cash, cheque or debit.
Lake Sundance Town Hall Meeting - April 11, 2019 from 7-8pm
Where: Sundance Room, on the upper level of Sundance Lodge
Come meet the board members and find out 'What's New' at the lake. There will be time for questions, suggestions...and treats too! We love hearing from our residents and value your opinions. We hope to see many of you there!
Easter Egg Hunt – April 20, 2019 from 11am-1pm
The Easter Bunny will be at Lake Sundance on Saturday April 20th for our 9th Annual Easter Egg Hunt! The Egg Hunt will start at 11am sharp, and will be followed by activities until 1pm. Children will need to bring their own Easter baskets for the Egg Hunt. This event is limited to kids aged 1-10 and tickets are $3 per member child. Tickets will be available for purchase through the lake office starting March 22nd. Tickets must be purchased in advance and only a limited number of tickets will be available. Initially, members will only be able to purchase tickets for their own children. If tickets are still available as of April 5th, then members will be able to purchase up to 4 guest tickets, at a cost of $5/guest child. Registration forms will be available at the office. Wristbands and event details will be provided at the time of registration. The Easter Bunny is looking forward to seeing you there!
Smoke-Free Park & Lake - Lake Sundance is now a smoke-free and vape-free zone. Thank you for your cooperation.
Alcohol - We have had problems with members and guests bringing alcoholic beverages into the park. We would like to remind everyone that we have a "zero tolerance" policy and alcohol and drugs are strictly prohibited in the park, on the lake and on lake access walkways.
Water Well - We are in the process of drilling a second water well on the west side of the park. Both the well and the observation well have been drilled and the next step is to begin flow testing to see how much water the well is capable of producing. Once we have that, we will prepare the necessary permit forms and wait for the province to give us our license. Our hope is to have this second well producing by June 2019. The water well that was drilled in 2011 paid for itself within the first 5 years of use.
Water Quality - The Board has hired a Limnologist to work with us on understanding issues related to weeds and algae.
Day Lockers - There are day use lockers in both the clubhouse and the south washrooms. Users will need to bring their own locks.
Whirling Disease - Whirling Disease affects salmonid fishes, including trout, and has been found in many locations in Alberta and in the Calgary area. It can be transmitted through spores that attach to equipment used for swimming, paddling, boating, and fishing. Please help stop the spread of Whirling Disease by making sure that any boats, fishing gear, water toys and life jackets that you will be using on multiple water bodies are cleaned of all debris, washed and drained. Please also allow your equipment to dry for a minimum of 24 hours before using it on a new body of water.
- Members under the age of 18 may take 3 guests (Non-Sundance residents) into the facility.
- Adult members are permitted up to a maximum of 12 guests per household per day.
- If you have 12 or fewer guests you must sign them in at the gate.
- Groups of 13-30 guests/household must be pre-approved by management and guest lists must be submitted to the office at least 3 business days prior to the function. Guest lists not submitted within the specified time period will not be accepted.
- Guests cannot be admitted until the member has entered the park.
- Members must be present in the park at all times while their guests are using the facility.
- Members and their guests must enter the park using the same entrance.
- Members are responsible for their guests at all times.
- The SLRA reserves the right to limit the number of guests and to refuse guests access to the park.
- Residents eligible for membership cannot be signed in as guests.
Fun Facts - Click here to read some fun facts about Lake Sundance
Volunteers Needed to Help with Events
Our Social Committee is working hard to bring some new and entertaining events to our lake, but some of our future events are ambitious and will require a "network of community volunteers" to make them a success. Your involvement in our community events is critical! If you or someone in your family can volunteer a little bit of time during these events please fill out the electronic form at the bottom of this page and check the box "I am interested in volunteering at upcoming events. Please add me to your list of potential volunteers." Signing up to be part of our "network" does not mean you are committed to helping out for a given event. It just means that your name will be in our volunteer bank, and if we are in need of volunteers then you will receive notice of what is happening and what we need. Volunteering is completely optional. Volunteers that donate a minimum of 5 hours of their time per year will be invited to "Volunteer Appreciation Night". Thank you in advance from the Social Committee!!
-If you would like to receive notices about upcoming events at the lake via email, please fill out the form below.
-Have you signed up for electronic notices but aren't receiving them? Please make sure you add us to your address book so the emails aren't being rejected as "spam". Don't forget to notify us if your email address changes.
-We are currently investigating the possibility of sending future annual invoices out via email. Not only would this be more environmentally friendly, but it would be much more cost effective as well. We would like to start collecting your email addresses for this purpose so please fill out the form below.
Other Happenings at Lake Sundance
Fitness and Mind/Body Classes - Mona Power will be offering Fitness, Yoga and Pilates classes for the spring season. Click here for more details.