Areas of Waterton Lakes National Park remain closed due to safety hazards and infrastructure damage from the Kenow Wildfire. Visit our What's open in 2018 page for an up-to-date list of open areas.

We've saved you a seat!

Parks Canada has five sets of red Adirondack chairs in quiet and scenic locations throughout Waterton Lakes National Park. Whether it’s a place to rest after a leisurely stroll or the marker at the end of a strenuous hike to announce "I’ve Made It!", our red chairs offer a place to slow down, to relax and to discover the best that Parks Canada has to offer.

Where's the chair?

Location GPS coordinates
 Marina Point  49°03'14.36"N 113°54'20.69"W 
 49.053989, -113.905758
 Birder's pull-out (near Park Gate)  49°06'44.2"N 113°50'46.41"W 
 49.112278, -113.846214
 Middle Lake boat launch  49°03'47.98"N 113°54'11.19"W 
 49.063335, -113.903119
 Lakeshore Trail (near Community Kitchen)  49°02'48.16"N 113°54'34.74"W 
 49.046711, -113.909650
 Lakeshore Trail (near Cameron Creek)  49°02'44.32"N 113°54'46.21"W 
 49.045644, -113.912836 

Share the chair!

Connect with friends, family and nature in Waterton Lakes National Park. Get out and discover your red chair experience. Don’t forget to snap a photo and #sharethechair on Facebook or Twitter.

See a list of Parks Canada Red Chair locations across Canada to find the country’s best views.