Lakeland Pool is open daily, weather permitting
Hours of Operation
Rules and Regulations
Once you have paid admission for the day and have received a wristband, you do not have to pay for additional sessions. However, you will have to exit the pool during the sanitization closure and line up to exchange your wristband to re-enter the pool for the next session if capacity limit has not been met.
Lakeland Pool will close at 7 PM each day to accommodate the additional cleaning and sanitizing protocols for the pool and surrounding areas.
For supervision of those 10 years of age and under, the guardian or designated person 16 years of age or older must be within Arm’s Reach at all times while in the water and the following ratios must be adhered to:
Children under age 6 may not be admitted to the swimming pool unless they are accompanied by a parent or guardian who is responsible for their direct supervision, with a maximum of two children for each parent or guardian.
Children aged 6 to 10 who are unable to pass the facility swimming test must be accompanied by a parent or guardian who is at least 16 years of age and responsible for their direct supervision, with a maximum of four children for each parent or guardian.
The ratio of non-swimmers to parent or guardians may be increased to a maximum of eight bathers to one parent/guardian (8:1) if lifejackets are worn by all non-swimmers in their charge.
Lifejacket/PFDs must be approved by: Transport Canada, Oceans and Fisheries Canada, Canadian Coast Guard and USA Coast Guard Type I, 2 or III. Water wings, puddle jumpers etc. that are labelled as not a lifesaving device will not permitted in the pool.
1. COVID pre-screening is required
2. Face coverings are required when in line and purchasing your admission. No medical or non-medical face masks are to be worn into the pool while swimming
3. All visitors MUST shower and wash their hands prior to entering the facility
4. ALL BATHERS MUST SOCIALLY DISTANCE AT 2 METRES WHILE IN THE POOL
1. Lifejacket/PFDs must be approved by: Transport Canada, Oceans and Fisheries Canada, Canadian Coast Guard and USA Coast Guard Type I, 2 or III. Water wings, puddle jumpers etc. that are labelled as not a lifesaving device will not permitted in the pool.
2. No snorkels or scuba-type masks are permitted in the pool
3. No person shall pollute the water in the pool in a manner, and spitting, spouting of water and blowing the nose in the pool or on the deck is prohibited.
4. Absolutely no food or drinks are allowed in the pool or on the deck. No glass of any kind.
5. No inflatable items
6. No diving, No boisterous play, No radios
7. Diapers must be waterproof or have a waterproof liner
8. Please obey all lifeguards.