Aquatics

Annual Pool Closure

Beginning Monday, Aug. 28, the entire aquatics centre will close for the annual pool closure. This closure ensures that our facility remains a community resource for decades to come. Our maintenance includes replacing tiles, coating the pool deck with a non-slip treatment, inspecting pumps, replacing main drains, and deep cleaning. 

Re-Opening Timeline:

Monday, Sept. 18 - Lap pool 
Monday, Oct. 2 - Leisure pool and hot tub

Please note that the waterslide and steam room remain closed until further notice.

Splash and Go Beyond Membership holders: during the closure, all Splash memberships will automatically be placed on hold until the lap pool re-opens with no action required from membership holders. Go Beyond members may request a temporary hold for the duration of the closure. 

Waterslide Closed

Please note that the waterslide at Elevation Place remains closed until further notice. 

The Elevation Place Aquatics Centre is your ultimate indoor, aquatic playground. Whether you’re in the mood for lounging along our lazy river, slipping down our water slide, or raising your heart rate in our competition-length lap pool, you will be elevated by the experience in our Aquatics Centre. We have designed this space to meet a maximum family-fun factor. A perfect place to relax after a hard workout in the climbing gym or weight room.

Before each visit, view the Recreation Calendar for updates, schedule, and information about closures.

Our Amenities

  • 25 metre pool with eight lanes

  • A leisure pool that simulates a beach edge, moving to 1.5 metres deep

  • A lazy river, water slide and a children’s play area

  • A steam room as well as a 25-person hot tub 

  • Modern locker rooms with showers

 

Know Before Your Visit

Age Requirements to Access the Aquatics Centre

  • Children 8-years-old and under require direct supervision of a caregiver

  • Caregivers must be 13-years-old or older

  • One caregiver is required for every four (4) children ages 8 and under

  • Children need to be 42” tall to ride on the water slide

 

Swim Apparel Guidelines

  • Infant swimwear requirements include both an absorbent swim diaper and an elastic, plastic pant. For your convenience, both are available for purchase at the Customer Experience desk. 

  • In accordance with Alberta Health Services, when bathing in a public pool, swimwear must be suitable for general participation in bathing and must not impair swimming skills. 

  • Swimwear may be made of different types of fabric as long as it does not interfere with pool water quality. All swim apparel must be clean and brought to the facility for the purpose of swimming. 

 

Help Keep our Pools Clean

  • All swimmers must shower with soap and water before using the pools. Perfumes, lotions, and deodorants can impact our water chemistry. 

  • Use the on-deck shower after using the hot tub or steam room to rinse off your sweat. You might not notice that you've been sweating since you are in a humid environment; sweat impacts our water chemistry.

  • All swimmers should take regular washroom breaks. Potty-trained toddlers and preschoolers should be taken to the washroom every hour when they are using the pool.

  • Babies and toddlers should have their diapers checked every half-hour, at minimum.