Ceyana Canoe Club

Drop-in Paddles

At present we expect to open Rundle Park Paddling Centre in early June, 2021. Participants will be required to register and book an arrival time and complete the session COVID-19 questions.

Rundle Park Pond
North Saskatchewan Fitness

Rundle Park Pond

At the Rundle Park Paddling Centre, we have access to 20+ kayaks (rec whitewater, and rec lake water) 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, ask our RPPC Coordinator.

North Saskatchewan Fitness Paddles

Now that we have "lost" our QE Park storage we are offering our fitness-oriented paddling sessions most Thursday evenings from the Buena Vista EWP/Edmonton Rowing Club docks. Participants use voyageur boats on the North Saskatchewan River, you need not know a lot about paddling the big canoes to join, just be prepared to work hard. Register for the Big Canoe Fitness Paddles event which will enroll you for all Thursday evening sessions. Darryl, the leader, will be in contact with you weekly to confirm attendance, or non-attendance. You must be a member of the club to register.



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