As long as there isn’t any snow on the ground, any time is a good time for mini-golf and now, Calgarians have one more place to get round in! This week, Calgary’s Granary Road announced that they’ve opened Yesteryear, a brand new 72 par attraction meant for people of ages and skill levels!

With 18 greens for guests to challenge and province-themed markers throughout, travel back in time to an Alberta of the past.

From oil rigs to water towers, saloons, and chuckwagons, each leg of the course will feature a not-so-subtle nod to the people, places, and things synonymous with Wild Rose Country, which will keep the conversation going even after your 5th try on the same hole.

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Interested in checking it out? This new course, which is open 7 days a week, will cost you around $10 per round, or $20 for those who would like to visit the rest of the park afterward.

Tee times won’t be necessary and balls, clubs, and scorecards will all be included.

For the time being, if you’d like to purchase an entry ticket you’ll have to do so at the park itself. However, online passes will be available soon – so hang tight!

In the meantime why not take a drive to Granary road and work on your swing! It’s going to be a time, friends!


Where: 226066 112 Street W, Foothills No. 31, AB
Cost: $10+
Instagram: @granaryroad