Sundance has a lake in its middle, one of the features that defines the more upscale suburban communities in Calgary. The population of the community was 10,623 in 2011. Home prices range from accessible to high-end, up to $1,000,000 and as low as $300,000. Currently there are just over 3,400 homes in the community.
Macleod Trail is located nearby and the CTrain runs approximately along it. This is quite convenient for Sundance residents looking to travel north into downtown Calgary. There is also one bus terminal, at Somerset-Bridlewood, to which residents can quickly walk for public transportation; busses that come through this area run route 178.
Parks & Recreation
In the middle of Sundance is the Sundance Lake. Residents enjoy it both as a place of sport and recreation. When residents want to venture outside the community they often walk to the Bow Bottom Trails to the southeast of Sundance. These trails are extensive and winding, great during any season.
The Shawnessy Town Centre is popular with Sundance residents because it’s located right next door and because it provides an well-rounded shopping experience. Everything within the Sundance Community, and around it, is meant to be convenient. A short drive away residents attend Landmark Cinemas 10 when interested in seeing a new movie.
● Father James Whelihan School (separate)
● MidSun Junior High, Centennial, Sundance Elementary, Fish Creek Elementary (public)
Houses of Worship
Houses of Worship in Sundance include: Sunset Christian Fellowship, Jehovah’s Witnesses McKenzie & Deer Valley, Midpark Christian Assembly, Canyon Creek Christian Fellows, All Saints Lutheran Church