Centennial Pool

120 Navy Street

Centennial Pool is located in the heart of Downtown Oakville between the Oakville Public Library and Oakville Centre for the Performing Arts. The closest main intersection is Lakeshore Road and Navy Street.

The Town of Oakville offers pre-registered classes and camps, drop-in programs, facility rentals and public swimming opportunities in five indoor pools year-round and five outdoor pools during the summer only.

Please note: It is recommended that customers interested in purchasing a swim/skate pass at this location call the pool in advance as the cash desk is not always open outside of public swim times.

Schedules are subject to change and capacity restrictions may apply. Cancellations will be posted in the facility. Please contact the facility for the most up-to-date information.

Want to rent a pool?

Open the pool user guide (PDF). For most pool rentals, complete a pool request form (PDF) and return it to bookafacility@oakville.ca.

Casual bookings at Queen Elizabeth Park Community and Cultural Centre are handled by the Special Events/Membership/Scheduling Coordinator at QEPCCC.

Check out our Birthday Party packages, too!

Pool features

  • A 25-metre, six lane pool with 84 degree water temperature
  • A one-meter diving board
  • Lots of windows for a bright and sunny atmosphere
  • Stair access to the pool
  • Capacity of 180 people
  • A balcony that overlooks the pool for viewing

Meeting/Party Room

Need a place for your next meeting or looking to host a Birthday Party? Centennial Pool has a meeting room available for rent that holds approximately 30 people, charged at a Medium rate.


Make a splash with your next celebration!

Rent one of Oakville's pools for a private function or party! Our classic Pool Party package starts at just $235.22 (up to 30 guests) or you can build your own party for $97.18 plus swim admission for up to 20 guests.
Some restrictions apply.



Drop-in Waterfit programs are offered at all Town of Oakville pools. The physical properties of water such as resistance, buoyancy and warmer temperatures create an interesting alternative to land fitness.

Water exercising exerts less impact on lower joints and is suitable for swimmers and non-swimmers, men and women. Waterfit classes take participants through a warm-up, aerobic activities, muscle conditioning and a cool down, all in an aquatic environment.

Save with Swim/Skate Passes, Fitness Memberships, and more!

Want to get access to more than 75 drop-in Waterfit and fitness classes every week? Check out the Town of Oakville's Fitness Memberships! The Full Fitness membership is your best value, with access to all recreational swims and skates, squash and racquetball courts, drop-in rock climbing, shinny hockey, and more! Discounts for seniors and students.

Can't get enough of the water?

A Swim/Skate membership gives you access to all indoor and outdoor pools and arenas during recreational swim and skate times. Waterfit participation options include pay-as-you-go or 10-visit punch cards. Visit the Public Swimming and Waterfit page for more information.

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