What you need to know about Burlington pools and splash pads this summer

Published June 5, 2023 at 9:16 am


It’s swimming season and jumping into public pools will work differently in Burlington this year.

During the pandemic, using an outdoor pool required you to reserve a spot in advance. This is no longer the case.

This summer all outdoor public pools will be walk-in only base on a first-come, first-served basis. The exception is Aquafit where online registration is still required.

For indoor pools, you can attend either through an advanced registration or just be walking in.

Schedules for all water activities can be found here burlington.ca/swimming

Meanwhile, here is a complete list of pools and splash pads in Burlington with links to the individual locations:

Indoor pools

Outdoor pools and splash parks

Splash pads

Nelson Pool and Splash Park (4235 New St.) has opened with a modified schedule of select weekday mornings and weekends until daily programming starts on July 1.

LaSalle Wading Pool and Splash Park (50 North Shore Blvd.) will open on June 17, with modified hours of 12:30 to 4 p.m. until June 30 when daily programming begins.

Mountainside Pool and Splash Park’s (2205 Mount Forest Dr.) revitalization will be completed in time for the summer. Reopening plans will be announced soon.



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