Swimming & Pools
Make a splash, get fit and have fun
The City of Toronto's pools are the places to be this summer. Whether you choose instructional programs, leisure swim, aquatic leadership or permitting a pool, we have something safe for everyone. Swimming is a great way to maintain lifelong fitness and wellness as it is often ranked as one of the best forms of exercise for its aerobic and resistance training benefits. Toronto operates 64 indoor pools, 58 outdoor pools, 106 wading pools and 93 splash pads.
Water Park - Kidstown
Kidstown is the only water park owned by the City of Toronto. This one of a kind aquatic facility is a popular birthday party venue for children. Kidstown is within a gated play area that includes splash pads, wading pools, washrooms and picnic tables.
Cummer Park pool will be closed from December 21 to January 1.
The Therapy Pool at Douglas Snow Aquatic Centre is closed until further notice.
The Elms pool is closed December 14 & 15. All Recreational Swims are cancelled.
The leisure swim at Antibes pool will be cancelled on December 18.
Joseph J Picininni pool will be closed from December 16, 2013 to January 3, 2014 for required mechanical repairs and maintenance.
Matty Eckler pool will be closed from December 23 to 27.
The chair lift at Annette pool is out of order and waiting for a replacement part. Please use an alternative accessible pool locations: Memorial pool has a ramp; Gus Ryder pool has a chairlift and a staircase.
Etobicoke Olympium will be closed from July 2013 to July 2014.