Chester has a large park that encompasses an entire city block. It has a bathroom facility, playground equipment and plenty of picnic areas. A large covered, three sided pavilion was constructed in 2010. While there is no electric, water or sewer services for overnight campers, travelers may stay for up to 3 nights at no charge. A donation box is located on site and donations are very much appreciated.
The Hi-Line Pool and Recreation Foundation constructed a new swimming pool and pool house in 2008. The pool was built with donated money and turned over to the Town of Chester for operations. The pool is open to the public from the first of June to the end of August.
On Hwy 2 the Town of Chester has a rest area park for those just passing through town. The local Lions Club Group maintains and operates the park. The bathrooms are available for use from April through November (depending on the weather). During the winter outhouse facilities are available. A new Chamber of Commerce building is being constructed. This will house travel information and local attractions. There are areas to sit and watch passing trains, picnic or walk your dog.
The town also maintains an outdoor ice rink in the winter months. The rink is usually frozen in December and lasts until the Chinooks blow in.