If you’re in search of a public swimming pool in the Ottawa area, then you’re in luck – because our Ottawa public swimming pools directory can help. When you use our Ottawa public swimming pools directory¸ you’ll be able to choose from a great selection of pools located all over the city. So no matter what end of Ottawa you live in, you can count on our Ottawa public swimming pools directory to lead you to one close by. So get yourself out of the house and into the water today – just use our Ottawa public swimming pools directory now!
Here is a list of public swimming pools in Ottawa. This information is subject to change. Please check back or call to confirm hours of operation.> Choose from these Ottawa Swimming Pools:
This multipurpose facility provides users with a wide selection of services and amenities including a six-lane pool, ice rink and outdoor playing surfaces. A variety of recreation programs are offered including swimming lessons, aquafitness, skating lessons, and public skates and swims.
The Canterbury Recreation Complex is the ideal place to meet your recreational needs. The facility boasts a 25-metre swimming pool, a NHL sized ice rink and the newly renovated Canterbury Community Centre. Our pool offers a wide selection of aquatic programs including public swims, aquafitness and swimming lessons.
The Champagne Fitness Centre is situated in a historic downtown building just a stoneÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s throw away from the ByWard Market. The facility houses a 22.86-metre (25 yards) pool, weight and cardio rooms, sauna, and a mezzanine above the pool where the boxing programs are held.
Deborah Anne Kirwan Pool (formerly Clifford Bowey Pool)
Definitely a family and pre-teen oriented pool. It's great as an urban lagoon, with waterslides, a rope swing, and plenty of shallow-water hangout space. Lap swimmers will be disappointed, however. During family and leisure swims, there are no lanes at all, and the water is too warm for serious swimming.
Dovercourt Recreation Association (DRA) is a not for profit charitable organization formed in 1977 dedicated to enhancing the quality of life in our community through recreation programs and services. In 1983, the City of Ottawa began work on the planning of a new community centre to replace the Westboro Community Centre. DRA was actively involved in the process, and when the new centre opened in 1987, Dovercourt was given the responsibility of managing the new centre through a purchase of service agreement.
This newly expanded multipurpose facility provides users with a wide selection of services and amenities including a full-size gym, a cardio and weight room, two multi-purpose halls, two meeting rooms, a six-lane 25-meter pool, a 40-meter water slide and a hydro-massage pool.
Jack Purcell offers a variety of programs for seniors, persons with special needs, and aquatics. Through a partnership with the Jack Purcell Recreation Association, children's non-aquatic, adult general interest and fitness programs are also available.
This facility is conveniently located in a downtown location with ample free parking for clients. Lowertown Pool has five-lanes typically set-up with two average lanes and two wider lanes. It also has a sauna and clean, spacious change rooms. During leisure and family swims, clients can also use the Tarzan rope, slide and diving board.
Featuring both indoor and outdoor recreation amenities, the Nepean Sportsplex has become known as a top-notch location to hold tradeshows and special events including the annual Craft Christmas Gift Sale and the Yesteryear Heritage Fair.
This multipurpose facility provides users with a wide selection of services and amenities including a five-lane pool with sauna, arena, weight and cardio rooms, meeting rooms and hall. A variety of recreation programs are offered included fitness, aquafitness, swimming lessons and general interest programs.
Formerly known as the Plant Bath, this historic building located in the heart of Centretown West, underwent extensive renovations and re-opened in 2004 as the Plant Recreation Centre.
This multipurpose facility provides users with a wide selection of services and amenities including a six-lane pool, diving boards, a six-foot slide and a Tarzan rope. The centre also has a community hall equipped with a kitchenette. A variety of recreation programs are offered including fitness, aquafitness, swimming lessons and general interest programs.
The name says it all! Splash is one of three wave pools located in the City of Ottawa.
Wave pools provide the perfect destination for visitors to our city including bus tours and group outings. Residents of Ottawa can also enjoy the "surf" or take a leisurely swim when the waves are off. There is also a kiddies pool with spray fountains, a waterslide, and whirlpool. The pool also offers swimming lessons and aquafit classes, and has a party room available for birthdays.
This busy complex provides a wide-range of recreational opportunities and services. Within the facility you will find the Don Gamble Community Centre, a wheelchair accessible pool, arena, aerobic studio, boxing studio, a cardio room, as well as the St-Laurent branch of the Ottawa Public Library.
The Walter Baker Sports Centre is conveniently located at 100 Malvern Drive, which runs off of Greenbank Road.