Harry Bailey Aquatic Centre
The zero-entry beach area, high diving boards and climbing wall are exciting for swimmers of all ages and skill levels. The pool is a favourite for speed and synchronized swimmers, aspiring divers and water polo teams. Just minutes from the downtown core, the weight room is perfect for a quick lunchtime workout. Check out the registered swimming lessons and drop-in schedule for aquatic classes.
Programs: Drop-in aquafitness programs and lane/public/family swims. Registered Red Cross swimming lessons and fitness programs for preschoolers, children, youth and adults. Lifesaving and guard training and certification courses. Birthday party bookings also available!
Competitive Pool: Eight 50 m lanes or sixteen 25 m lanes; moveable bulkhead; 1 & 3 m diving boards; 5, 7, & 10 m diving platforms (10 m platform not open to the public); shallow end depth of 3 ft (1 m) to 5 ft (1.5 m); deep end depth of 5 ft (1.5 m) to 16 ft (4.8 m); water temperature is maintained at 28.5°C (82°F).
Warm-up Pool: Six 25 m lanes, depth of 4.5 ft to 5.5 ft, water temperature is maintained at 30°C (86°F).
Tot Pool: Starts at zero depth, like a beach, and reaches 2 ft; spray features and water toys available.
Zoom Slide & Climbing Wall: The Zoom Slide is offered on one Saturday per month during Public Swim from 1:30 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. and the Climbing Wall is available during all Public Swim times. Please see drop in online for specific dates. Canceled over the summer months July-August
Hot Tubs & Sauna: Two hot tubs, one equipped with an accessibility lift; sauna overlooks warm-up pool.
Poolside Deck & Viewing Area: Chairs and tables available on deck and in lobby area with glass front to allow viewing of warm-up and tot pools. Bleacher area seats 500 to view the 50 m pool.
Fitness Room: Weight training and cardio exercise equipment.
Lockers: Coin-operated or use your own lock.
Change Rooms: Male and female change rooms with showers available.
Also: Convenient bus service, free patron parking and situated conveniently near Saskatchewan Polytechnic.