Some areas in Waterton Lakes National Park are now open to the public after the Kenow Fire. Closures are still in effect for other areas due to safety hazards and infrastructure damage. Please see the up-to-date list of open and closed 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 (closed due to construction)  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.