Outdoor Skating Rinks

Rink Rules:

  • Before skating on the Lake make sure to check the ice depths to ensure if is safe for use. You can find ice depth information updated weekly on this page.
  • All City rinks are unsupervised areas. The City of Chestermere is not responsible for loss or injury to rink users or damaged property.
  • It is recommended that children under the age of 12 be accompanied by an adult.
  • Wearing a helmet is strongly encouraged and protective padding is highly recommended.
  • No smoking or controlled substances are permitted at these rinks.
  • You must leave the ice during scheduled maintenance. 
  • Reminder: the City does not plow rinks on weekends or holidays.

 Get Involved and Adopt-A-Rink: Help to maintain an outdoor ice rink by connecting with our Parks Team! Just call (403) 207-2807 or e-mail recreation@chestermere.ca.

Lake Ice Measurements: Visit the Lake Ice Measurements page for the latest information and remember that no ice is safe ice.

COVID-19 Guidance for Outdoor Winter Recreation: COVID-19 Guidance for Winter Recreation (alberta.ca)

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Public Ice Rinks

Ice Rink Location Status Date Condition Comments
Kinniburgh Rink Sandpiper Point & Sandpiper Crescent OPEN March 3, 2021 Poor Maximum capacity: 3 people
St. Gabriel Archangel School Rink 197 Invermere Road OPEN March 3, 2021 Poor Please stay off of taped area. Still under development.
Maximum capacity: 8 people
Alta-Link Rink Rainbow Falls Grove & Seagreen Link OPEN March 3, 2021 Poor Maximum capacity: 22 people
McIvor Rink 145 McIvor Terrace OPEN March 3, 2021 Poor Please stay off of taped area. Still under development.
Maximum capacity: 6 people
Chestermere Lake Rink - Anniversary Park 208 W Chestermere Drive OPEN March 3, 2021 Fair to Poor Maximum capacity: 49 people
The Lake The Landing OPEN March 3, 2021 Fair to Poor Maximum capacity: 26 people (per rink)

* Please note: Due to fluctuating temperatures, all ice surfaces are in fair to poor condition. Caution tape at outdoor rinks may indicate that the rink is temporarily closed for maintenance or that the ice may be too soft for skating at that time.

Storm Ponds - Danger

The City prohibits recreational activities on storm ponds. The water levels and ice thickness change throughout the winter due to the freeze-thaw cycle and it is unsafe to be on these ponds. Going on these storm ponds is prohibited.  

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