Chestermere Lake has reopened for recreational use and the City’s floating docks will be limited to users launching non-motorized equipment.
Beaches have now reopened. If you plan to visit, please note that you must still follow all provincial health guidance including staying 2m away from those who do not live with you or are part of your cohort, washing your hands well after visiting, staying home when you are sick and do not share toys or food with those you do not live with.
Please note that the washrooms at Anniversary Park have now reopened and are cleaned every 2-3 hours and are thoroughly disinfected each night after closing.
Anniversary Park is Chestermere's redeveloped lakeside park. It is free to visit and you can enjoy a beautiful sand beach, a lakeside promenade, rolling grass hills, picnic spaces and increased green spaces! There are also bathrooms onsite.
Visiting the Park
If you're planning to visit the park or the beach, here's a few things you need to know:
This park is unsupervised and use may involve risk of injury. The City of Chestermere is not responsible for loss or injury to park users or damaged property.
There is no lifeguard on duty. Enter the water at your own risk.
Pets must be on leash and stay on the grass. Take responsibility for picking up after your pet and for their behaviour.
Do not dig below six inches in the sand. A filtration liner is installed under the beach. Digging or placing items such as umbrellas in the sand can puncture the liner.