- Rent equipment for volleyball, soccer, badminton, horseshoes and bocce ball at the Trading Post
- Walk the banks of the Kananaskis River with views of Mt. Allen ('88 Olympics), Mt. Lorette (bald & golden eagle migration route, early spring & fall) and Mt. Kidd to the south.
- Walk the path in the Beaver Ponds Day Use Area adjacent to Sundance.
- Children love riding their bikes around the campground & in the Beaver Ponds.
Barrier Lake Information Centre (403.673.3985) or the Peter Lougheed Information Centre (403.591.6322) can provide up-to-date trail conditions & information on activities in the Kananaskis Valley.
- Hiking - a great variety of trails for beginners to experienced hikers
- Fishing - please check current fishing regulations for specific information.
- Mountain Biking - a nearby paved trail plus back country ones such as Terrace/ Stoney - Kananaskis Outfitters rent bikes.
- Horseback Riding - at Boundary Ranch - stay for a BBQ lunch
- Whitewater Rafting - many companies
such as InsideOut Experience
offer rafting on the Kananaskis & Bow Rivers.
- Golfing - at the Kananaskis Golf Course – then dine in the Clubhouse.
- Rock Climbing - Wasootch Creek or Banff
- Canoeing/Kayaking - Barrier Lake (10 minutes north of Sundance) or the Upper and Lower Lakes in Peter Lougheed Park (about 25 minutes south). Kananaskis Outfitters rent canoe/kayak equipment.
- River Kayaking - Canoe Meadows and the Widowmaker.
- Swimming - at Barrier Lake. It's very cold but some people do it! Best of all, there is a sandy beach down by the Boat Dock, great for sand castles.
- Shopping - shops in Kananaskis Village, a short drive away - art, jewelry, collectibles, clothes, posters & souvenirs.
- Photography - with scenery like this, bring lots of film or storage!
- Dining - if you get tired of your own cooking, ask our staff for local dining rooms, pubs and steak houses.
For information on companies running activities in the local area, check our Links page.