Chestermere Family Bike Park

The Bike Park is closed for the 2021 season.

Follow the Chestermere Family Bike Park page on Facebook for reopening updates in Spring 2022! 


General Bike Park Information:

Features:

  •  A Large Pump Track – A multidirectional trail with large rolling dirt features that allows even beginner riders to navigate through the path without pedaling.
  • A Skills Loop –A learning trail area with regularly placed skill stations designed to help riders build skills for the flow trails.
  • Flow Trails – One way, downhill trails that have a combination of hills, jumps and drops. There are trails for a variety of skill levels, from beginner to expert.
  • Pathways – Pathways will connect the different park elements together, and tie in with existing pathways.
  • Benches, Picnic Tables, Garbage and Recycle Bins – These are placed strategically around the park to ensure families have a clean and safe environment to enjoy the park together.

Bike Park DesignLocation & Hours

  • The Chestermere Family Bike Park is located at 333 West Creek Drive. 
  • The park is typically open at all times from 7:30am until dark, unless weather conditions dictate that it be closed to avoid damaging the park.

Supervision

  • Bike park staff are often onsite to help with maintenance but are not supervising riders and visitors use the park at their own risk.
  • Children under 12 should be accompanied by an adult.

Safety 

  • Riders are expected to wear a helmet.
  • Staff will be monitoring the total number of bikers in the park and closing the gate when the maximum capacity is reached 
  • Equipment is not sanitized and you are using the park at your own risk 
  • All users (children, parents, guardians) must maintain a two metre physical distance from any person who does not live in their household
  • In the event of an injury, a first aid kit is available, but users/parents/guardians must apply first aid
  • Failure to comply with these requirements may result in removal from the park, fines and/or the park being closed.

Bike Park COVID-19 Protocols: 

  • Visitors may not enter the park if they have any symptoms of COVID-19.
  • Visitors may not enter the park if they have been a close contact of a confirmed case of COVID-19.
  • All visitors, including riders and spectators, must stay 6 feet (approximately 1 bike length) away from other riders.
  • Groups of people may not gather or congregate at the top of the flow trail runs.
  • Visitors are not to share any items with those outside of their household.
  • All visitors must follow the directions of Bike Park Staff. 

Mission & Values


The City of Chestermere strives to create a safe and challenging bike park environment that promotes stewardship from users and provides skill development opportunities for residents of all ages.


Reach * Ride * Respect


Reach your potential
Ride safely
Respect the park


Questions?


Contact us at 403-207-2807 or email parks@chestermere.ca.