All posts by Dave Schaeffer

Chester Bowl merchandise at Fall Fest

Fall Fest is the best time to go shopping for your favorite Chester Bowl gear! In addition to a few closeouts from previous years’ events, we have a ton of awesome new Chester Bowl gear! You can buy them at the Chester Bowl table, just in front of the front gate, at Fall Fest on September 18th! The event is from 9:30 to 4:30, but you may want to arrive in the morning to minimize the chances of your favorite gear being sold out! Merchandise is not available to buy online or in advance of the event.

This hoodie is warm and soft! Only $40, it will keep you warm all winter long.
A classic! The Chester Bowl T-Shirt is back, in a heathered forest green. Represent Chester Bowl everywhere you go for $15.
Fall days and hot beverages go together perfectly. Carry your coffee or tea in one of these durable metal mugs to show your love for Chester Bowl! $25 each.
We love these caps so much we needed to have a white and a black version! Get yours for $25 each.
These sports bags are strong and durable, perfect for your kid to cart their stuff around. $15 each.
Chester Bowl socks! $12 or 2 for $20.

Winter 2021/2022

We are currently planning for Winter 2021/2022. Pre-registration for ski and snowboard rentals is open through October 10. Starting on October 11, those who pre-registered will receive an email to schedule their fittings in late October (snowboards) and November (skis). Please see the Ski/Snowboard Rentals tab above for full details and to pre-register.

Chester Creek Concert Series 2021

The Chester Creek Concert Series is back for 2021! We are so excited to welcome all of you back for another summer of free, live music in the park. Chester Bowl partners with the City of Duluth Parks and Rec Department to present the concerts.

Concerts start on June 15, and continue every Tuesday night through August 17, with a rain date on August 24. Check out the lineup below, or see a higher resolution PDF at this link.

Everyone at the concerts will be expected to follow current CDC and Minnesota Department of Health guidelines for large outdoor events.