Centennial Pool camp schedules and off-site trips

Centennial Pool is located at 120 Navy Street in the heart of Downtown Oakville. Its bright and sunny atmosphere make it a great place to swim and learn with a balcony that overlooks the pool for spectators.

Before and after-care for camps at Centennial Pool is available at the Oakville Centre for the Performing Arts* starting at 8 a.m. and ending at 5:30 p.m. A separate registration and fee is required.

*Before and after-care will be located at Centennial Pool the week of August 6 to 9, only.

Dropping off and picking up campers

Sign your camper in and out at Centennial Pool in the community room located in the upper lobby. Use the north end of Water Street, off of Randall Street, to access this entrance.

Stopping along Navy Street is not allowed. Parking is available at the rear of the building and in municipal lots nearby.

Information has been posted for select camps only, at this time. Camp details will be provided up to two weeks in advance of the program start date. If you do not see the camp you are looking for, please check back later or call 905-338-4250 for assistance.

What to Bring

Parents and/or guardians are required to provide government issued photo I.D. at pick up for all camps.

All campers should pack a nut-free lunch and refillable water bottle daily.

A hat and sunscreen are recommended for outdoor activities.

Closed-toe running shoes are recommended for all participants.

A swimsuit and towel are required every day.

Please note: No camp Monday, July 1 and Monday, August 5.

Click on the headings that follow for details regarding the specific program(s) your camper(s) will be attending. All schedules are subject to change.

Participants will be Stand Up Paddle Boarding (SUP) on Tuesday and Thursday. This activity will take place on Sixteen Mile Creek with certified instructors.

Participants will be practicing their strokes and skills throughout the week and participating in a swim meet at Centennial Pool on Friday afternoon.

Participants will be learning Lifesaving Club skills throughout the week and participating in telegames events at Centennial Pool on Friday afternoon.

Participants will be divided into their appropriate swimming level (Swimmer 1 or 2). If you have a report card from their previous set of lessons, please bring it on the first day of camp.

Participants will be practicing their skills and routines throughout the week and participating in a recital at Centennial Pool on Friday afternoon.