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:


The City of Chestermere would like to hear yours thoughts about how we manage our lakefront parks. 

Take the quick survey to let us know how we did this summer and how we can improve for next year.

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  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.