Looking for healthier Halloween treat options? Put away the raisins and hand out ‘get active’ swim/skate passes instead! For the month of October, the town is selling swim/skate passes for the reduced price of $5 for 10 tickets (50 cents per swim or skate) to encourage Oakville’s little ghosts and goblins to have fun while exercising.
‘Get Active’ Halloween passes are available for purchase at town pools, community centres or Town Hall and are redeemable from November 1 to December 31, 2014 for children/youth aged two to 14 years.
Swimming is a fun, relaxing and affordable activity that you can enjoy on your own, with a friend or with the whole family. All pools offer recreational swimming and select pools offer drop-in Waterfit opportunities.
To open the recreational swim schedule, please click the image on the right of this page. Schedules may change due to program requirements or maintenance needs. Please check schedule start and end dates carefully. For the most up-to-date recreational swimming information, please call the respective facility.
Monster Mash - October 26, 2014
Attention all ghosts and goblins! Centennial Pool will be hosting Halloween-themed activities for the entire family during the leisure swim on October 26, from 1:30 to 4 p.m. Join us if you dare!
Swim into Spring - March 29, 2015
Warm up at Centennial Pool with spring-themed activities for the whole family during the leisure swim on March 29, from 1:30 to 4 p.m. It will be a splash! Swim to Survive testing will also be available.
All public swims are subject to admission rules and capacity restrictions.
Price changes effective September 1, 2013. All prices include applicable taxes.
Each admission fee entitles you to one recreational swim.
A fee of $11.30 is applied to passes purchased by non-residents (except 10-visit passes). Prices include HST and are subject to change.
*A family with one or two adult guardians over the age of 18 and their dependents, 18 years of age or under, or full-time students under the age of 25 qualifies for a family pass. Multiple families cannot be combined on any pass purchase.
Healthy swim etiquette
To reduce the risk of spreading germs and to keep our pools clean, please remember the following tips when enjoying our facilities:
Patrons under the age of seven years must stay in the shallow end and be accompanied by a parent, guardian or designate who is at least 16 years of age and is responsible for their direct supervision within arm’s reach. There is a maximum of two children for each parent, guardian or designate. Patrons who pass the facility swim test may swim in the deep end.
Patrons between the ages of seven and 10 years who cannot pass the facility swim test must remain in the shallow end and be accompanied by a parent, guardian or designate who is at least 16 years of age and is responsible for their direct supervision within arm’s reach. There is a maximum of two children for each parent, guardian or designate.
Patrons between the ages of seven and 10 years who pass the facility swim test and meet the height requirements posted at the facility may be admitted without caregiver supervision.
Patrons 10 years of age or older may enter the pool without caregiver supervision. Patrons who can pass the facility swim test may swim in the deep end. Patrons who cannot pass the facility swim test must remain in the shallow end.
To successfully pass the facility swim test individuals must:
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