Rundle Park - Edmonton
Unknown to many, Rundle Park is built on the original City of Edmonton garbage dump! Check it out!
Now an awesome place, Rundle is home to a multitude of family entertainment fun. Home of the great “Sites of Edmonton” 18-hole mini-golf course, the ACT Aquatic and Recreation Centre, an amazing group of ponds, an 18 hole Executive Par 3 golf course, Frisbee golf, baseball diamonds, volleyball courts and much more, Rundle Park offers summertime fun for all!
Come visit us at the boathouse, located directly behind the Family Centre, to access paddle boat rentals and mini-golf. We also rent Frisbee golf discs, horseshoes and more!
Note: Due to the large amount of rain this season, the condition of the mini-golf is less than optimal. We apologize for any inconvenience.
BOOKINGS ARE RECOMMENDED FOR GROUPS OVER 10 PARTICIPANTS.
Picnic Site Bookings
Picnic sites at Rundle Park are managed by the City of Edmonton.
The Saskatchewan River flows south and east of Rundle Park, which is situated in the northeastern sector of Edmonton. Located at 29th Street and 113th Avenue, Rundle Park is part of Edmonton's group of river valley parks, which form the largest area of urban parkland in North America. You may access the park from either off 118 Avenue at Abbottsfield Road or 113 Ave near 30 Street.