Beaches & Lakeside Parks

“Two weeks ago, we had widespread reports of overcrowding, inadequate physical distancing and general disregard for public health measures in place. Last weekend we saw clear improvements. Thanks to coordinated efforts by beach communities like Sylvan Lake, Chestermere and Alberta Beach, as well as health officials and law enforcement, but most of all thanks to the commitment of Albertans ,we had very few reports of issues at beaches across the province last weekend.”
- Dr. Deena Hinshaw, Chief Medical Officer of Health for Alberta (July 21, 2020)

Chestermere is home to three lakeside parks: Anniversary Park, Cove Park, and Sunset Park.

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  1. Beach Admission Fees
  2. COVID-19 Regulations
  3. Beach Capacity Limits
  4. Location & Hours
  5. General Park Regulations

Beach Admission Fees

Beginning June 11, 2021, under Bylaw #006-21, Temporary Beaches and Recreational Areas Near Water Bylaw the City of Chestermere implemented beach admission fees at Anniversary Park only for non-residents. Please be prepared to show identification upon arrival at the Park.

2021 Beach Admission Fees

Type of AdmissionFee
Visitors over 16 years of age$10
Youth between 3 and 15 years of age$5
Infants under 3 years of ageFree
Family Pass$25
Chestermere ResidentsFree

Note: Payment must be by credit & debit cards only. Cash will not be accepted.

Resident Identification: Chestermere residents over the age of 15 will need to prove residency by showing identification before being allowed complimentary entry. This can be a driver’s license, mail, or school ID. An adult resident can also vouch for another person’s residency.  

Wristbands: Once visitors have paid or been verified as a Chestermere resident, beachgoers will be given a wristband that allows access to any of the three lakeside parks that day, provided the park is not already at capacity. People with a wristband will be permitted to leave the beach area and return as they need, so long as the maximum capacity isn’t reached.