Ceyana Canoe Club
At the Rundle Park Paddling Centre, we have access to 28 kayaks (slalom, polo, touring, and WW play) over 20 canoes (tandem, and solo), Stand Up Paddleboards (SUPs) and all the necessary paddles, PFDs, bailers and throwbags... and all just three steps from the water!
Rundle Park Paddling Sessions occur from the Tuesday after the May long weekend through to late September. Informal instruction is available at these sessions. Members can start at 7:00 PM. Public is welcome to try paddling at 7:30 PM. By the third session, participants need to have a club membership.
The club DOES NOT paddle at RPPC on the Tuesdays after the Canada Day, August Civic Holiday and Labour Day weekends.
To volunteer at the Centre or if you have questions, as our RPPC Coordinator.
Ceyana runs a fitness-oriented paddling session most Thursday evenings out of the Queen Elizabeth Park compound (see below). Participants use voyageur boats on the North Saskatchewan River. Let Education know if you are interested and they will forward your information to the program lead. All participants must sign a Ceyana Waiver and, after two sessions, are expected to join the club for insurance purposes and to fund boat and equipment maintenance.
Please remember when entering and exiting Queen Elizabeth compound that we are crossing bike paths. Carefully look all directions for cyclists.