Outdoor Skating Rinks
- 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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
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)
|Kinniburgh Rink||Sandpiper Point & Sandpiper Crescent||OPEN||Jan 5, 2021||Good||Maximum capacity: 3 people|
|St. Gabriel Archangel School Rink||197 Invermere Road||OPEN||Jan 5, 2021||Good||Please stay off of taped area. Still under development.
Maximum capacity: 8 people
|Alta-Link Rink||Rainbow Falls Grove & Seagreen Link||OPEN||Jan 5, 2021||Good||Maximum capacity: 22 people|
|McIvor Rink||145 McIvor Terrace||OPEN||Jan 5, 2021||Good||Please stay off of taped area. Still under development.
Maximum capacity: 6 people
|Chestermere Lake Rink - Anniversary Park||208 W Chestermere Drive||OPEN||Jan 5, 2021||Good||Maximum capacity: 49 people|
|The Lake||The Landing||OPEN||Jan 5, 2021||Good||Maximum capacity: 26 people (per rink)|