Rupert Park Pitch and Putt
Annual passes and similar packages available.
Rupert Park Pitch and Putt in Details
Another neat place to enjoy golfing, Rupert Park was designated for the public in 1965. The Pitch & Putt field was finished in 1971 and has served its visitors since. It is a popular place for families to spend time for it is located very close to the centre of Vancouver and focuses on its symbiotic relationships with the neighbourhoods in the vicinity.
In addition to golfing, however, Rupert Park offers many supplementary activities. In Rupert Park, you can watch your kids play in a playground, take your friends to play softball, rugby, football or soccer. Or - if not enough friends are available for the big games - you could just book a tennis court and show your rivals what you are made of. If you haven't had enough by the evening, change your shoes and aim for some X's on your bowling scorecards.
If you don't feel like sporting at all, just grab a basket of food and take your loved ones for a fun picnic on a sunny day.
This golf course is administered by the Vancouver Board of Parks and Recreation. Therefore, its sister pitch and putt courses are Queen Elizabeth Park Pitch and Putt and Stanley Park Pitch and Putt. Championship-length golf courses administered by the VBPR are Fraserview Golf Course, McCleery Golf Course, and Langara Golf Course.
Posted by Jay Banks.