Beaches & Lakeside Parks

Quote - Dr Hinshaw

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

Current Occupancy:

Beaches are open unless indicated on our @chestermerepark twitter page (below) or directed by City or Health officials onsite:


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

Beach Admission Fees

On July 28, City Council passed Bylaw 026-20 that implements beach admission fees for non-residents. Please prepared to show identification upon arrival to Chestermere beaches. 

2020 Beach Admission Fees

Type of AdmissionFee
Visitors over 15 years of age$15
Youth between 3 and 14 years of age$5
Infants under 3 years of ageFree
Family (maximum of 2 adults & 3 youth)$40
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.