Fall 2021 Registration is open now! Click here to view the schedule.
The Meadow Lake Aquatic Centre offers Lifesaving Society Swim for Life Swimming lessons. The swimming levels range from "Parent & Tot" classes to "Adult". Please see attached guide for the different swimming level requirements.
Please call the Meadow Lake Aquatic Centre for information on swimming lessons (306) 236 - 2686.
To sign yourself or/and your child up for swimming lessons, please visit us at the Aquatic Centre on 615 Centre Street or register online here.
For more information you can also visit us on our Facebook page.
Winter Lesson Registration will be dependent upon COVID-19 restrictions. More information will be posted as it becomes available.
Challenge your body and improve flexibility and endurance while enjoying the therapeutic benefits of water exercise. Aquafit is designed as a full body workout to decrease fat while being low-impact on the joints. Swimming skills are not required. Great for people all ages!
Drop in rate: $6.50
The Meadow Lake Manta Ray Swim Club aims to develop athletes in the sport of speed swimming. WE believe all athletes can achieve personal success while at the same time having fun and enjoying the benefit of team participation. The club offers a non-competitive program for newer athletes and encourages the development of competitive athletes at provincial levels an beyond. We are now accpeting new fall registrants through the Perfectmind portal or email.
Individual admission requirements:
ALL children 7 and under MUST and an adult accompany them in the water and stay at arm's length at ALL times. Ration is one adult for every two children.
Group admission requirements:
FAMILY SWIM: All persons under the age of 16 MUST be accompanies by an adult.
This is a smoke free facility
This is a sun flower free facility
Food, drinks and glass containers are not allowed in the change rooms or on deck
Theft is a problem, please lock up your belongings! Locks are available at the front desk
Please do not go back and forth between deck to spray park
This facility is supervised by a lifeguard for your safety
Pool staff are here for your safety. Please do not abuse them
For their safety, children six years old and younger must be accompanied by an adult or a guardian (Guardians must be 16 years old and in the water within arm's reach at all times).
All swimmers must take a cleansing shower before entering the pool.
Anyone with an infection, communicable disease or open sore should not enter the water.
Anyone with serious medical problems should inform the lifeguard.
Please walk! All concrete deck areas may be slippery when wet.
Look before you jump into the water.
Maximum bather load of POOL is 180 people.
Maximum bather load of Spray Park is 60 people.
Children 3 years and under or individuals who are incontinent must wear protective, water resistant swim wear.
Individuals with a history of diarrhea within the last 2 weeks are not permitted to use the facility.
20 person bather load.
12 years and under must be accompanied by an adult.
For your safety please do not submerge your head under the water.
No lifejackets or PFD's permitted in the Whirlpool.
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Current Fire Rating:Low
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City of Meadow Lake Indoor Facilities Masking in Effect September 15, 2021
The City of Meadow Lake is advising residents that masks will be required at all indoor City facilities starting Wednesday September 15, 2021. Wearing masks is an effective way to limit the spread of COVID-19 while vaccination is still encouraged as the best protection against the virus. Residents are encouraged to bring their own masks when attending at City facilities.
City Council is working to determine what effect this mask mandate will have on the Civic Centre come November 1, once it is no longer being used by the Saskatchewan Health Authority.
While the vast majority of employees and visitors to City facilities will be required to mask up, please note the following exceptions: • children under 2 years of age, persons who are medically exempt and individuals who cannot place or remove masks without assistance are not required to wear a mask • masks are not required while in the pool • masks can be removed while seated to consume food or beverages
The City consults regularly with medical health experts to re-evaluate health and safety measures. We will continue to provide regular updates to our residents and employees. The City thanks all residents for their cooperation as we work together to keep our community healthy and safe.